I had an idea a while back. I love this blog, but the primary function of my posts are analytical in function. I love it, and I’m honestly a very analytical person, but I love geeking out too. So I figured it would be fun to create a Youtube channel designed to cater to the more “fan” side of me. That’s why I named the show FanTalk. I’ve done two episodes so far. I plan for them to be weekly episodes.

I’ll offer top 5 or top 10 episodes. I’ll talk about movies I just watched or TV episodes that caught my eye. It’s different because I’m really just having fun with it. It’s new, and there’s work to be done, but I wanted to share it with you all.  Feel free to head over here and have a look. I hope you like what you see, subscribe, and comment.

Just a quick update this weekend. I hope you had a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

Thanks for reading,


13 thoughts on “I Have a Youtube Channel!

  1. I like your blog so I checked out your video. Unfortunately, I could not enjoy it because I am hearing impaired. (It’s that way with every video on YouTube *sigh*) So even if I cannot follow your video, I want to wish you success with it. It sounds very interesting, and I will recommend it to others.

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    1. Thanks Sharon! I wonder if I can get closed captioning for you (and others). I’ll look into it. I want to make sure anyone who wants my content to receive it. I appreciate the information, and I’m honored you like my blog.


    2. I’m reading your blog. The frustrating thing is I seem to be unable to like or comment. I guess I need to create some sort of account (which I’m slow to do). But I wanted you to know, and this seemed to be the quickest way.


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