Cricthon, social media exodus, and audiobooks
These posts are finna get a lot less schizo and hostile since I deleted my Twitter and Instagram accounts. Lowkey just been up to creative projects, family stuff, and the freelance voice gigs. Speaking of, I recently narrated the audiobook of Chris Kelso’s Voidheads, which is free on YouTube:
I’ve been staying booked with voice work recently, which is a welcome change of pace to the juggling of different hustles. All audiobook narration gigs at the moment, which I’ve no complaints about, especially since the books I’m working on are insanely good and allow me to show off some range. If you’re someone who needs a voice for an audiobook, video game, prank call, anime, whatever - drop a line here or check out my site: kelbylosack.com.
I’ve been reading and writing a lot more in just the few days off any type of social media. Enjoying D.L. Young’s Cyberpunk City series so far. Very colorful and fast-paced, never bogged down by over-expository paragraphs. It shortcuts the world-building with a lot of proper nouns to get you into the story faster. I’ll probably write up a review soon. Probably going to write more reviews in general over here, but don’t expect a high volume, since I’m mostly obsessed with the weekly chapters of Samurai Jesus I’ve been free-firing on the Agitator Patreon.
I no longer feel pressured to pitch the Agitator project to new patrons, since Iain Ryan did such a lovely job of that on his recent newsletter. “A glorious mess of Japanese cinema, bro-down book chatter, hustle culture and the harsh noise of raising children… Agitator has become its own aesthetic.”
Preciate you, Iain.
Since I am an exodus child of the metaverse, detached from a traceable avatar, I’ll be using the ‘stack more to drop links of the shit I’ve been up to. You can catch me on Rare Candy’s book club side project Gain of Fiction talking Michael Crichton’s Sphere:
That’s it for now. Back to the studio.
Listen to Agitator. Read my books. And most of all, be easy.
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