I posted about this on my personal Facebook page a few days ago, but I forgot that some of out listeners don’t have links to my or Justine’s personal FBs. Our home was broken into recently and, unfortunately, one of the items stolen was the computer we use to record the show. This means that the show i was in the middle of editing as well as any future shows are indefinately delayed. We love doing the show and can’t wqit to get back to it. However, saving for and buying a replacement will take some time. We hope to habe all our fans back (maybe even a few new ones too!) when we’re back up and running!
Due to some time crunchy circumstances, our next episode will not be live on Tuesday. I feel horrible about this, but it’s really unavoidable. I promise to have it up as soon as possible. Even if it means being a little less judicious with the editing than I usually am.
Thanks to all of our listener for all your continued feedback and support!
After giving it some thought, Justine & I have decided to make the podcast biweekly. The recording and editing and show prep have taken more time than we anticipated. We love doing it, but not the (self-imposed) pressures that come with getting a new episode ready every week.
As a lot of you know, we are full-time working parents of three kids. So our free timely somewhat sacrosanct. Changing to biweekly will help us stay on schedule without having to push back episodes every week. Stability is the goal here.
Thank you so much for listening! Our next episode will be live next Tuesday.
We wanted to take the opportunity of the long weekend to watch our next two movies and record the next podcast. Unfortunately, two things conspired against us : a truly brutal cold and Sons of Anarchy on Netflix Instant.
The “cold” (our doc insists it wasn’t the flu, but I don’t believe a word of it) had me almost immobilized on the couch Friday night through Saturday night. Fever, chills, headache, fatigue. Good stuff. The Geneva Convention barred me from being subjected to any Jane Austen in my already fragile condition; so what to do?
Enter Kurt Sutter’s excellent FX series, Sons of Anarchy.
Justine & I started watching the adventures of a fictional outlaw motorcycle club a couple of weeks ago. In that time we finished the first season and realized we may have a problem on our hands. In the 48 hours between Friday and Sunday, we completed the entire second season and part of the third. Now our suspicions were confirmed. I haven’t been this hooked on a show since I got caught up on Buffy & Angel.
We’re Sorry the “From Austen to Zombies” episode will be a little late. But in the meantime, if you aren’t watching already, give Sons of Anarchy a shot. Just remember to check back soon for our next episode. Or better yet subscribe here or on iTunes. Oh, and call out of work. You’re not gonna want to stop SoA.