I wanted to learn more about podcasts and audiobooks, not just for LINES-- but for my curriculum. I wanted to figure out a way to reach my auditory learners and readers, but being a visual person, all the research so far is making my brain hurt.
I had the idea of talking about the writing process and creating podcasts for the information. These instructional pieces could be applied to my own writing as a personal example of its application. This idea, of course, was intended to be a part of my G-Lines blog; however, podcasts can't upload to my hosting site, so I learned how to turn one into an iMovie in order to upload it to YouTube for an embedding code. But I think the .mov file defeats the purpose of a podcast's RSS feed, which I still can't grasp, (Just rereading that last paragraph makes me rub my temples and squint. Ugh.)
Then came the idea of turning my paperback/ebook into an audiobook. But, everything I'm reading points to hiring professional readers, and that costs money, which I don't have. I have speech background, but I don't think I could do this on my own... hmm.
Here's me reading the Preface to LINES--:
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