His Yankee Bride

I’ll be on Blog Talk Radio Today

Today at 12pm MST, I’ll be interviewed on Blog Talk Radio by the wonderful Coral Russell. The topic will be about His Yankee Bride (I chose this book because it’s the one I’ve got going on sale right now) as well as general questions about writing and some of my other books.

This is my first time doing this, and I’m really excited for the opportunity, but I have to admit that I’m a little nervous about it, too; so I’ll need your support in one (or more) of the following ways:

1. Come and Listen. Here’s the link for Blog Talk Radio.

2. Call in and ask a question. Here’s the number: (619) 639-4653

3. Prayers, lots and lots of prayers. I’m really not an eloquent speaker, so I can only hope that I don’t embarrass myself as this will be live.

I’m not sure I should tell you all this or not…but if you miss it, they usually keep an archive on their site so you can listen later.

That’s all. Now, it’s time to go breathe deep into a paper sack until it’s time!

14 thoughts on “I’ll be on Blog Talk Radio Today”

  1. I’ve done radio interviews before so I can tell you that you’ll be worried beforehand, but the hosts will likely be very gracious and kind, especially if you tell them it’s your first time 🙂

    Just picture yourself talking to ONE person out there, and treat it like a conversation with an old friend. You’ll do great!

    Congratulations and best wishes for a smooth interview!

    Christi Corbett

    1. Christi, thank you SOOO much for the advice. It was only when I remembered people could hear that I got nervous, otherwise, I tried to pretend I was talking over the phone to someone and just that person.

      1. I went to the site and listened to around the first twenty minutes and have to say that I think you did very well. Your voice wasn’t shaky at all and you gave your answers with confidence and style.

        Well done!

      2. Thank you! I’m not sure I’m chomping at the bit to do another anytime soon, but it’s good to know people don’t think I made as much of a fool out of myself as I do.

      1. I was able to catch just a little of it between getting up from my desk to work on computers, and sitting back down. I didn’t hear a single instance of buffoonness. (See, I made up a word.) You did fine!

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