I realize it’s been pretty quiet over here. Believe me, not just watching Netflix…or Hulu…or Amazon Prime…or Disney+…or HBO Max. (Though yes, I’ve caught up on a LOT of things.)
Most of my attention over the past 8 months has been focused on my narration work and the virtual Shakespeare workshops (as an extension from the podcast) I started running. Both have been going well.
But today, I wanted to highlight a different project…
My grandfather’s novel, Icy Cape
In 1980, John V. Griffin self-published a book about his experiences working on the Distant Early Warning Line in northern Alaska in 1961. John passed away in 1995, so with last year being both the 25th anniversary of his death and the 40th anniversary of the book, I worked with his children over 2020 to bring this project into the 21st century.
Only the original copies existed, but now we have new and improved formats: eBook, print, and audio (with me narrating)!
I added an official page under “projects” so you can find out more there:
If you check it out, I’d love to hear what you think!
What do you think?