Hello and again, welcome to the Labyrinth Library.
As I said at the end of the last episode, this podcast is undergoing something of a transition from this point – going from a weekly podcast to an occasional podcast. This means that I will no longer be updating every week, for reasons of Reality.
The basic gist is this: when I started, I had a huge backlog of reviews available to me, since I’d been writing reviews of books I had read for years prior. It wasn’t hard to do a weekly podcast that way, but alas the reality is that I cannot read and review one book per week. I have a job which requires a lot more time and energy from me than previous jobs did, and it’s a job that I am happy to give my time and energy to. Unfortunately, this time and energy has to come from somewhere, and unless there’s an Anonymous Benefactor out there who wants to pay me an absurd amount of money to do a weekly podcast, this is one of the sacrifices that needs to be made.
Fear not, though! I do still read, just at a slower pace than I used to, and I do still write about what I read. This means that I will be updating the podcast on an irregular basis so you kind people can get your fix.
If you’re worried about missing an episode, or can’t be bothered to check the blog every day on the off chance that there might be a new post, don’t worry! The internet has you covered.
- Click “Subscribe to this feed” in the sidebar, and paste that link into your favorite RSS reader (with the upcoming demise of Google Reader, I’ve moved over to Feedly)
- If you’re a WordPress user, you can click the “Follow” button at the top of the page and have new posts sent to you by email.
- You can go to iTunes and subscribe there, or paste the aforementioned RSS link into your podcast catcher of choice.
- You can follow me on Twitter @lablib or Like the Facebook page, which I will update when new posts are up.
Any of those options will tell you when I post new content, which I will try to do as often as I can.
To make a long story short (too late), this is not the end, but simply a change. I am immeasurably grateful to all of you who have been reading and listening, and hope that you will continue to do so.
Stay well, and keep on reading…