Farnood wrote: ↑
June 16th, 2018, 10:27 am
Here are the edited sections:
YAY ! Thank you so much, Farnood, for the speedy corrections. All very nicely done. The background noise was still a bit disturbing, so I did one more round of noise-cleaning myself, and now it sounds a lot better.
All sections PL ok
And that means: *drum-roll*
This project has now come to a close after only 3 and a half months running ! A big thank you
to all of the 26 dedicated readers
who made this happen:
(in alphabetical order, so as to leave no one out)
/ alanmapstone / AtalieH / automatonlexicon / Availle
/ benderca / bluechien
/ ChrisFields / DrPGould / Farnood / kayray / Kitty
/ knotyouraveragejo / krazystew / lorda / mightyfelix
/ RajVO / realisticspeakers
/ silverquill / ToddHW
The 12 readers in red
are the ones that have participated in the first book of this series as well. Let's see how many will stay on for the entire series
A warm welcome to our brand-newbies
, who had chosen this project to do their very first (but hopefully not last) sections in: automatonlexicon and yaelh
Actually I can include ChrisFields, Farnood and krazystew in this group as well. Although it was not their very first but second project, they were still quite new on the forum.
Wonderful jobs you all did !
here are some "section-prizes" (for fun):
1) the prize for first section finished
goes to: Jim (neecheelok70) with " India Part VII: The India of to-day: historical note". (However he has to share this distinction with Nemo, who completed his role as the Pupil in the DR before him.)
But Jim also receives the special hardiness prize for tackling the longest section
(over 48 minutes !) with " How Cyrus the Great won the land of gold", as well as recording a total of 27 sections
in this project. Thanks, Jim, also for PLing my sections
2) Alan Mapstone brought our project to the 50% completed
mark with " The relief of Lucknow"
3) and TJ (benderca) has completed the 100th section
in this project, well worth a mention: " Mesopotamia Part II: Babylon the magnificent: historical note"
A big thank you, as always, goes to our small theatre group
for making Sakoontala such a wonderful and entertaining play: Bernd, Eva, Monika, Nemo, Philip, Sandra, TJ, Todd, Tomas and myself.
In this context: a huge special thanks
to Todd, editor extraordinaire, for pasting together the play and especially for making Eva and TJ match in their group speeches
And an entertaining mention goes to Jo and Kara for choosing this project to participate in the ingenious April challenge
contest ! Thanks and I'm glad you liked the sections
And a final thanks (and then I stop) goes to Miguel (basquetteur) for tirelessly hunting down a wonderful PD image for the CD cover. Now that we have two parts finished, the cover concept
is starting to become more apparent. Can't wait to see all the little images side by side at the end of the series.
I hope I see you all in the next part !!! Will start archiving now, which will probably take me some time. I'll post the link here when it's done.