I’m interviewing my friend and fabulous Ghost Huntress author Marley Gibson over at Fictionistas today. Pop by and comment for your chance to win a copy of book 2 in the series, Ghost Huntress: The Guidance.
This weekend, we had fabulous, fall-like weather here in the Rock. Very unusual, but very welcomed. I honestly don’t remember an August with such cool weather.
So Saturday morning I was interviewed on Daybreak (which is a local, very popular news show). I’m working on getting a copy of the interview to post here and on my Facebook fan page.
I really enjoyed the experience. I wasn’t nervous like I thought I would be. I think the laid back, casual atmosphere in the studio helped that alot. Todd Yakoubian and Jason Pederson were both very fun, funny, and helped set me at ease. My only concerns were that 1: they would say something funny that would make me snort on air (I’m a snorter, you know) 2: they would ask me a question and the first thing out of my mouth would’ve been something um, inappropriate.
Neither happened, so it’s all good.
I’ve received tons of glowing feedback from family and friends, which means they love me unconditionally and know better than to tell me the truth.
I watched the interview once and haven’t been able to watch it again. I want to fix the way I answered a couple of questions, I want to stop talking with my hands, I want to actually look at the camera once and not the TV (sheesh, what a n00b) and I want to lose about 45 more lbs….
Yeah, I know. I’m my own worst critic.
Hopefully I’ll have a copy of the interview soon and you guys can decide for yourself.
Thanks to Jessica Childs for contacting me and to KATV, Jason Pederson, Todd Yakoubian and the very funny camera guys for treating me like a Hollywood super-star. Y’all rocked!
Also interviewed on the same day was Big Brothers and Big Sisters Auction and RazorRock
Pop by the auction and bid on something. the proceeds go to a very worthy cause! And pop by RazorRock and learn what it’s like to be a Little Rock Razorback Fan!
Woo Pig Sooie!