This isn’t new, but I haven’t posted it here yet. Just after How to Stage a Catastrophe was published, my local NPR affiliate interviewed me for their morning show!
One of the highlights of my debut experience was being selected for the Indies Introduce program through the American Booksellers Association and attending the ABA Winter Institute in Minneapolis in January. That is, being in Minneapolis in January wasn’t the highlight. Reading to a room of booksellers definitely was!
Emily Hall, co-owner of Main Street Books in St. Charles, MO, interviewed me for a series on the Indies Introduce titles for Bookselling This Week.
If you live in small town, you know that EVERYONE reads the local paper. The whole thing. And then everyone goes around to all the people they know who made it into the paper and say, “I saw your name in the paper.” It’s possibly the best part of small-town life. If my name is ever mentioned in conjunction with a library program, someone will tell me about it.
Here, my local paper interviews me about HOW TO STAGE A CATASTROPHE.