I decided in May to be kinder to myself while attempting to extract myself from a serious depressive episode. I only worked on one project last month, revising Season 4 of Murderville. Well, I’m still working on both, though it’ll only take me a couple more days to finish up revisions on Season 4 (there’s no timetable for the depression). It turns out that it needed a lot more rewriting than I’d anticipated and I also had to deal with a few more bad days than I anticipated.
For June, I think I’m just going to revise Season 5. Ideally, I want to get the rest of Murderville all wrapped up by the end of the year. Get everything revised and polished and scheduled and ebooked and what have you. I feel like I can handle that.
I also made a little more progress on Book ’em, Danno. I’ve been going back and forth on it because I can’t decide if it’s garbage or not, if it’s worth it or not, if I’m ever going to get better at it or not. I did the same thing with writing a long time ago. Why should podcasting be any different? My biggest problem is, of course, myself. I keep comparing what I’m doing to what other people are doing and the problem with that is that everyone else has been doing it a lot longer and they actually know what they’re doing and have experience and all that. Also, they’ve been able to invest a little bit in their podcasting. I’m broke and tired all the time. The quality just ain’t going to be there, babies.
The compromise I’ve worked out with myself (because I am nothing less than a belligerent toddler) is that I’ll definitely do the first season and put it up on Soundcloud. I don’t have to put it anywhere else and I don’t have to do more than that. I’m not getting paid, so it ain’t work. It’s supposed to be FUN, dammit.
You know what else is fun? Murderville: Rounds of Luck. It’s loads of fun! But there’s only a couple of episodes left. Episode 6 drops on June 11. Become a patron for only $1 an episode! Go in for the $2 tier and get a bonus every other month. Like this month. On the 26th. It’s never too late to have a good time.