2016-04-13 (W) Charged: DesertIrish

Chapter three recording was finished. Recorded files have been getting reviewed and vocal pacing seems to be a problem. Rather than start over the issue will be address from this point and if necessary the recording can be started over after the first pass. More text editing has happened with the recording sessions than the first pass which was a surprise and defeated the original hypothesis.

The first part of the book had five chapters, so two more still needed recording. After all of them have been recorded an assessment can be taken to tell if the recordings are important enough to redo. If so, an apartment room could be converted to a makeshift recording studio.

Plans for a small recording studio would involve lining the walls of a walk-in closet with egg-crate foam and adding a power strip and light. Most likely it wouldn’t even involve power and light, it would be a tablet computer and a battery operated LED light.


To do:
  • Read part 1 out loud to find errors 
  • Show how Shana knew Motor and Heather were a new couple.
  • Reduce overuse of the word "power."
  • Describe a reality TV show which demonstrates the powers of contestants.
  • Describe a trial where a Charged person sues for the right to have a second identity but the case turns against him into a vilification of vigilantism
Total word count: 27 240 + 60 228 + 83 897 = 171 365 words

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