Going Back to 1 from 55K

May 6th, 2014Posted by Veronica

One of the most difficult things to realize, I’m learning, is when it’s time to stop, evaluate, and start over. Admitting that what one is doing isn’t working out the way it should and having to restart is really, really, really hard. Then again, I’m the person who cries over a burnt sheet of cookies […]

Academic Integrity, or the Lack Thereof

April 30th, 2014Posted by Veronica

You know it’s an issue when I take to my own blog to vent about issues at the dayjob. And at the moment, I’m bothered by events surrounding finals week here on campus. It happens to be my alma mater. I’m still paying off student loans for my bachelor’s degree, and the alumni office is […]

Checking In for April

April 26th, 2014Posted by Veronica

It would seem that it’s been a while since my last post over here. That’s to be expected, considering that I’ve gotten a bit busier in the last few weeks. At the same time, it seems that things have settled down and started to make a bit more sense when it comes to academia, narration, […]

Another Finished Podcast

April 10th, 2014Posted by Veronica

Yesterday, I finished editing the last episode of the podcast for Broken. Twenty-three episodes, over 90,000 words, and nearly eleven hours of audio, and it’s a podcast. The podcast will finish this Saturday in time to be eligible for this year’s Parsec awards, and that finish will cap an amazing journey with one of the […]

Big Blue Musings

April 7th, 2014Posted by Veronica

As I sit here watching the championship basketball game for the men’s NCAA Division 1 teams, I will be the first to admit that I didn’t think that Kentucky would make it out of the first round. I shook my head, mumbled something about a program that keeps having to reinvent itself year after year […]

Season 7 – Finished!

April 1st, 2014Posted by Veronica

This evening, I recorded the final episode of Season Seven of the Secret World Chronicle podcast series. I’ve been editing the last two episodes, taking out my mistakes, running the noise reduction, and mixing the audio into the multitrack template that I have for the season. Tomorrow morning, I’ll set things in motion to fix […]

Protected: A New (Prairie) Dawn

March 27th, 2014Posted by Veronica

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Owning Up to Voiceovers

March 26th, 2014Posted by Veronica

More and more, I find myself “coming out” to people at my dayjob as a narrator and author. I realized it yesterday while talking with our department’s office manager. She’s been working toward her bachelor’s degree with the Humanities department, and she’s customized her junior and senior level courses to this amazing pop-culture mashup of […]

Gaminston Colony – Part 5

March 24th, 2014Posted by Veronica

Weeks passed, with each day full of training simulations designed to prepare the recruits for deployment with the Regulators. As a whole, the group improved in their ability to follow orders and solve complex challenges in the field. Some of them made enormous improvements; Sam found himself leading teams of six for specialized missions, although […]

The Follow-Up to Gaminston

March 21st, 2014Posted by Veronica

Well, there you have it, at least from the past four entries here at DawningSky. “Gaminston Colony” began as my exploration of characters and settings for a ‘verse that I created a few years ago for some of my favorite characters who had started off as part of my stable in City of Heroes and […]