Well, it finally happened. The day my radio radio was to air finally arrived. I was going to play it cool and wait until the next morning to listen, but as soon as it was available just before midnight my time, I anxiously went to the website, not sure what I’d find.
And there it was! A small snapshot of me and of my latest release, Beyond the Quiet, a novel about a repressed widow learning to live.
I didn’t have to click on anything; the show automatically began. I was almost as apprehensive as the day I actually did the show, my first. How would I sound? After the interview, I had no memory of the questions the host, Don McCauley, asked, so I’ve been a bit nervous about listening. Was there a way to stop it if I sounded ridiculous?
But I listened, then listened again. Of course I wished I’d said many things. For instance, I wished I’d mentioned the basic – my website – with writers’ tips, book information, excerpts, and links to short stories, but all in all, it wasn’t too bad.