The one hundredth episode of my audio-only podcast will be released this Friday, and I have to say it’s an honor and a privilege to get this far. I would like to thank those who listen each week to the podcast, and those who have subscribed to my podcast’s RSS Feed. Your support means a lot to me! I hope to keep on podcasting for a long time to come, and I’m considering looking for a USB microphone, so I can once again record podcasts on my computer, instead of on my phone or tablet and then using Dropbox (a great tool for anyone with multiple devices or computers) to sync the audio file to my computer where I can upload it and post the podcast here.
I’m considering adding podcasting support to The Christian Network, but I would love for that site to grow a bit more before I do something like that. I also have to get a developer to integrate the sermons post type into the theme before I can consider any more changes. I am looking for a good link directory solution for the site, but so far have found nothing appealing to me. I would like to remind you at this time that 10% of my company’s profits (no matter the source) will go to that site, and that I’m hoping to be able to have it on it’s own VPS one day to allow for faster speed and other benefits that having a site solo on it’s own virtual private server can give one.
I haven’t done any writing lately, because I just have not had the inspiration or desire to write. I’m still working on the fifth chapter of “Training the Guardian” and after that’s complete I may start a new story, or work on another one. I may not resume writing until I can finally merge the archive with the main site at Unlimited Fan Fiction, whenever that is. I also want to improve my writing so I may wait until I complete a writing course in a year or two. (I’ll be able to afford it after I pay off my loan and part of my credit card debt.) Though after I’m done that schooling, I’m considering getting my Bachelor of Bible Studies from Sunset International Bible Institute, so that I can expand my knowledge about God’s word. I have always believed that you never stop learning when you graduate, but going back to school seems to be the best way for me to acquire the knowledge and skills I need to succeed.
I should go now, so take care!