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My New YouTube Series

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Hearty greetings from London! In today’s post, I’d like to tell you a bit about the YouTube project which I’m days away from launching, and I’d also like to invite you to connect with me on social media if we’re not already linked up.

I’ve had a few cracks at YouTube channels over the years, the most successful of which was a channel called ‘Philosophy in a Top Hat’ which I started to support the release of my first book The Philosophy of a Mad Man. It was so much fun! Having said that, I’m grateful that the videos are no longer live, because although I was always quite happy with the content, the quality of the sound and visuals was poor compared with what is commonplace these days.

Believe it or not, my recent book release — God’s Grand Game — was conceived as an accompaniment to a YouTube series I have been preparing to launch for some time. Yes, that’s right — the plan was to make videos first and foremost, and to produce a book to accompany the video series.

I was going to produce a book containing what would basically be a transcript of every video in a long series. It seems strange reflecting upon this fact now, because I’ve been so focused on the book over the last few months, and once I started writing it, it really took on a life of its own, becoming so much more than a mere accompaniment to a YouTube series (it’s actually by far the best and most complete overview of my philosophy that I’ve produced to date).

Anyhow, with the book now released, I am returning my focus to the YouTube series. There will be a close connection with the book, with each chapter in the book forming the basis of a video. The chapters in God’s Grand Game are quite concise, and so the videos will also be short and punchy. You can expect each video to be 1-5 minutes long.

The YouTube series will be titled Deep Thoughts About God.

YouTube Banner (cropped)

I assume that most of the readers of this blog have a YouTube account, and if you do, you are warmly invited to subscribe to my channel at the following URL:

Subscribe to my YouTube Channel:
https://youtube.com/c/stevencolborne

The first video in the series (which will actually be a trailer for the series) will be going live either this week or next week, depending on how many technical problems I encounter and how much of a perfectionist I decide to be 🙂

As I’m in the mood for dishing out links, I thought I’d take this opportunity to make you aware of some of the other places where I have a presence online, and if you’d like to connect with me in any of these places, well… you can!

Instagram:
https://instagram.com/stevencolborne

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/stevencolborne

Facebook:
https://facebook.com/StevenColborneAuthor
https://facebook.com/StevenColborneMusic

Right, that’s quite enough linkage for one evening! I’m going to brew up a green tea with ginger and put on some chillhop. I’m excited about the coming weeks and looking forward to seeing how this YouTube series comes to life.

If any of you are wondering about my blogging schedule, I will most likely post about that again soon when I have a clearer idea of how much time the YouTube series will take up. As I mentioned in this post, I’ve also got several meetings coming up to do with health and finances, after which I should be clearer about what kind of blogging schedule I can commit to moving forward. Needless to say, I’ll be sharing my YouTube videos here on Perfect Chaos (with each video accompanied by a written post) so you can expect to see posts from me once a week at the very least.


Do you have a YouTube channel of your own, or a favourite YouTube channel? If so, feel free to leave a link in the comments below and I’ll be sure to check it out. Thank you for reading and I’ll see you (or perhaps more accurately — you’ll see me) soon. Peace and blessings!

10 comments

    1. That’s totally understandable as filming and editing videos can be very time-consuming! I hope college is going well. If you’d like to drop a link to your channel here you’d be welcome to, but if you’d rather not, that’s perfectly okay 🙂

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    1. George! How are you doing, buddy? Would love to catch up with you some time soon, maybe we can chat on messenger or exchange a few emails? Hope things are well. Thank you for subscribing, have subbed you back! 😀

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