Writing frenzy

OK, I’m exaggerating. But I’m excited! So I’ve started writing a new episode before I’ve even recorded the last one. And new characters are popping up insisting on getting into the action.

In other news, I’ve invited a friend and colleague, the wonderful Australian actress Allana Noyes, to play a role. This morning we experimented with recording our dialogue over Zoom. Now that was fun. Pure joy to be reading with someone else, and Allana has a great sense of the ridiculous. Zoom records our audio tracks separately, so the plan is to import the two tracks into Audacity, and play with any edits necessary. We shall see! It’s all a great adventure, from where this (are-you-sure-I’m-not-old-yet?) senior citizen is sitting.

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