I had such a fun time this morning talking with Christopher Gabriel on his radio program at WDAY in Fargo, North Dakota.
Of course, I wasn’t in Fargo. I was home, in my pajamas. As all writers should be at all times.
We had a great chat, and I found myself thinking, afterwards, about how radio really is an art–how there’s a music to it. Christopher Gabriel just has a voice that’s fun to listen to–friendly, enthusiastic, funny. For me, like with a good story on the page, it’s a lot about the voice. A good voice makes you want to listen.
…and you have a beautiful voice, making it such a pleasure to ‘listen’ to your blog and your books. I’m still trying to find my voice on my lil ole blog after so many years of only writing technical, business ‘stuff’.
It does take a while to find your voice in writing! You have to log a ton of hours working on it. But those hours are very well-spent!
Thank you for your kind words!
First one I have heard. What fun.
Great interview! A great way to start the day. Were you worried when he asked you about the economy??
I’m definitely NOT an economist! But I liked the question! That’s not the kind of question I get every day. It was fun!
I loved listening to this. Congratulations on your new book! Love to have a cup a Gimme! w/ you if you’re in town this summer. (read your mama goose interview to make that wonderful connection!)
LOVE Mama Goose! And Gimme! And you!