I am happy to announce that after hours of exporting the file and then more hours uploading it to YouTube, the video with the complete first season of LTM 2K is now available to watch. Totaling almost 3 hours, this collection is akin to binge-watching a show with Skip Intro enabled.

I have a few people I want to thank for making Season 1 of LTM possible. Firstly, I want to thank my wife. I know this might be expected, but I truly want to thank her. When I started the current form of LTM, I was in a dark place. And my wife reminded me that being a couple didn’t just mean living together, raising kids together, and spending all our time at home trying to keep the house standing up. It meant supporting each other in all endeavors, including LTM. Her reminder gave me the courage to share my writing for the first time since college. You are the better half of me. I love you and I appreciate everything you do from the tiny things to the big ones. I hope I can always live up to your expectations. Thank you!

I also want to thank my mother. Raising kids myself now, I can’t fathom how she did it. I don’t know how she remained so calm while I almost burned the house down. She guided me, fostered the empathy I needed to understand people, and read me all those stories growing up. I will always love you, Mom!

I want to thank Curtis Vickers. He has been my best friend after my wife for over a decade now. From the moment we met, I knew we would be friends. He is a great writer and a good friend. Our schedules are busy, but I try to catch up with him every chance I can. And he has been a fantastic mentor. I hope I make you proud!

Lastly, though there are many other people worthy of thanks, there is one person that can directly be linked to LTM’s creation: Isaiah Cummings. He worked for the IT contractors we had at work. I enjoyed talking to him about all sorts of things. He didn’t have any formal writing training, but he built a website and put his work into the public eye anyway. That attitude of just doing it and making it work inspired me to put my creative efforts on the internet. Thank you, Isaiah.

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