Knowing this would be the case--and that my next book is due January 1 no matter how many interviews I schedule--I attempted to get a jump-start on promoting Mary Mag by recording the first season of my new podcast back in the Spring. It was fine. A fine attempt at do-it-myself audio editing, that is.
Now that people are hearing a bit about Mary Mag and me, I've been told it is time to get a professional working on my podcast so my publisher won't be too embarrassed to share the episodes with potential readers and buyers. Through an old church friend, I found Nicholas Allaire, audio editor-extraordinaire! Check him out here: http://nickallaire.com/. I can't recommend him highly enough.
Season 1 has 7 episodes, and most are under half an hour. You should be able to find it wherever you usually listen to your podcasts, and I've put direct links on the Podcast page of my website. Each will teach you a little bit about archaeological discoveries pertaining to the Old Testament and influencing our understandings of Scripture. (Nick seems to like them, and he's a pro!)
It is an exciting time here in my home office as I write, edit, and promote books. If you don't want to miss anything, make sure you've signed up to receive email updates from my website. I just found out that the "subscribe" link (just to the right of this post) has been dead since 2017 thanks to more of that do-it-myself handiwork! So if you've tried before and failed, or haven't received an email from me in a long time, then please sign up again. I'm not great about posting everything on social media, even if that is technically part of my "job" now!
Now back to my regularly scheduled book deadline...