I'm listening to the final audio for "The Secret," the short story about Gwain, which you voted for. I'm quite pleased with it. Now I just have to do the outro and assemble the myriad pieces to make it purchase-able.
While I'm doing that, I have an important question for you:
Putting "Sky Dance" up through ACX was so easy that I am now seriously debating whether I should just do that with all these stories. If you have a preference, dear listeners, I would really like to hear it. Link and password or Audible/Amazon/iTunes? As a listener, I can see how the latter might be preferable, because it lives in the cloud as is virtually impossible to lose. However, not everybody cares about losing the story after they listen to it, and it costs a little more if you don't have an Audible membership.
If you have an opinion, please do chime in. Even if my plan is to put the link/password up first and then transition to an Audible version after a few weeks, I need to know that right out of the gate in order to avoid deleting listings and losing reviews.
If you're not sure what I'm talking about, read my previous post, particularly the part about "Sky Dance" and ACX. All things being equal, how would you prefer to get paid audio content?