Oh, because it wasn’t going to be emotional enough to be finishing up my first-ever show, it had to go and be a doozy of an ending! Well, to be fair, I knew it was coming – not just the fact that it would end after four seasons, but how it would conclude. Eddie had known how it had to end since at least halfway into the third season. But even having time to prepare for it didn’t keep it from being a hard read.
“The Tales of Sage and Savant” brought me a lot of firsts – my first time narrating, my first time performing a character voice, and my first live performances. I have fond memories (and gigs of photos) from Clockwork Alchemy. I even got fan-art!
It wasn’t always good times, though my biggest problems were the technical aspects of recording audio on a Macbook that, inexplicably, does not have audio input capability in its 3.5mm port, or just plain sleep deprivation on a roadtrip performance long weekend. I will always be proud to have created four seasons of time travel sci-fi with a less convoluted timeline than Terminator (or, hell, Halloween – and that one isn’t even time travel).
It’s a comfort, knowing that there are still books to come. Chip and Eddie both assure us that “Sage and Savant” was not the end of Twinstar. And WiFiSciFi is still upcoming – though, thanks to COVID-19, it is postponed indefinitely.
But after that? Who knows that the future has in store…