It would not be inaccurate to say that I’ve been a busy little ragamuffin in the last few weeks. I made it through my mandatory math courses as an undergrad! Wooo! I mean, that’s a big deal for yours truly. The secondary school arithmetic experience was not pleasant or kind even though it intended to be both. It did not to me any favors to be softsoaped through the difficulties of mathematic fundamentals.
But then who can blame the system? I didn’t want to do it, and I couldn’t be convinced.
Fortunately, I did far better than I expected in both math courses, and I can thank Heavenly Father for that. Oh, I have done, and will continue to. There’s no way that’s kept me occupied, though. I mean, that was last semester. Well…I’ve been back into music. Under the band name Trideja and label Decade Chamber Audio (fittingly obscure, I say), I have released – or scheduled the release of – nine albums. A couple of those are singles, like Break It Break Down, and Tracking Days is admittedly a re-release of the “trackology” available at Bandcamp, but I didn’t tell you that.
Maybe it doesn’t make a lot of sense to have them all on multiple platforms at different price points, but the point was to get them streaming and out into the world. Distrokid charges more for the more options you want, so the releases are structured according to that.
I also figured out my marketing plan for Greatshale Chronicles, which is progressing rather well. Free content! A bi-monthly podcast available now where ever you pick up your podcasts. It’s called Tales of Greatshale and will feature a new, unique story each episode of characters from the Greatshale Series of novels. Here’s the trailer for the first episode…
Each full episode will be preceded by a short trailer. This is basically to ensure you guys know I’m on top of it. Every story will be new material, and feedback is encouraged.
One More Thing! I cracked my ankle last June and it hasn’t healed yet, so that’s probably going to result in surgery. So, that’s fun. As in, it is not fun. Whelp, I’ve got work to do on the podcast for the 1st, so here I go!