As usual, I come bringing apologies for not posting for so long. But, it’s not me being insulted by something happening that’s brining me back here – although there is no shortage of things that irritate me to no end. No, this time, I’m coming with something that may be considered great tidings.

If someone mentions something to you once, then you can take it as a cute comment; something to file away and move on with. But, if it happens twice, then you should take notice. A few weeks ago, I made a scathing Facebook comment directed towards those that practice grief shaming. One of my friends said that I should start a podcast or a blog or something. I shrugged it off and mentioned my blog, considering that the end of it. Then, a few days ago, I made a comment saying how I’ve been sharing Christmas music, but won’t share “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” because it sounds so rapey. One of my friends asked where he could listen to my stuff, but I told him that I don’t have anywhere to listen to anything, because I don’t find myself that interesting. He replied that I’d be surprised.

So, I’ve decided to start a podcast.

Starting sometime next year, I’ll be launching my very own podcast filled with the nonsensical ramblings that I’ve been accustomed to doing for years. Meaning, one episode might be about superhero movies or TV shows, and the next episode might be about the Presidential elections. Who knows? I want to do this weekly, and each episode would hopefully last about 30 minutes. I think that’s the most I can stand talking to myself.

Now, this won’t keep me from my other duties as a contributor for Project Fandom; I like what I do, and I plan on doing it until I’m fired. Nor will it distract me from my day job. This is just going to be something that’s fun that I want to do and see how long I can keep it up.

I also plan on doing a site refresh over the holidays; I like this theme, but it’s grown stagnant. So, I’m gonna be looking for something to replace it. Hopefully, I’ll have something sooner rather than later.

Keep it tuned here for more details as they arise, and I thank you for your support.

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