Article Readings on YouTube


Today is a splendid day, folks! I just finished my penultimate semester of college and that valuable Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science is a measly three courses away. I also was hired on for an internship at a marketing firm here in Michigan. Between finalizing the latter, studying for finals, and life in general, I didn't have enough time to edit my article for this week, so it's been pushed back to next Monday. In the meantime, I thought I'd promote something new I've been doing on my YouTube channel.

Article Readings

Every Friday, I'll be uploading a video to my channel. It'll simply be me reading aloud the articles I've written, from Legendary Lessons to Worldforge. In addition to giving my readers and viewers another outlet to see my work, it's a good exercise for me to read content aloud; my speaking or improv voice is fine, but I've found that my "reading" voice could use improvement.

In the videos, I'll review what I've written after the entire article has been read. Some of my views have changed, others have stayed the same. Perhaps I'll have some more advice on certain topics. This YouTube channel is really just a conduit for me to practice speaking and maybe gain some more readers and viewers while doing so.

Eventually, I'll catch up to the present. When that happens, I'll do more of a deep dive on my raw feelings and thoughts on my articles. It should be fun!

If you'd like to check it out, here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTnaWID9_vPfqcR50CPw-Qg

I look forward to continuing to write about D&D, interact with all of you, and broaden my horizons here on RJD20. Thanks for all of the support!

Until next time, farewell!

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