Back in September, I had an opportunity to do something I have wanted to do for quite a long time. I was the featured guest on an author podcast.
That podcast was Authors Of The Pacific Northwest. If you’re unfamiliar, the program is hosted by Vikki Carter and she covers authors and writers of all types living and working in this great, green neck of the woods.
If you know me (or read some of the content on this blog) you know that I love podcasts. I listen to podcasts on almost every topic of interest, from my beloved Portland Trailblazers to true crime to cooking and parenting.
Of course, I listen to a host of author podcasts too. Being offered the chance to appear on one felt like a bit of rarified air.
Appearing as a podcast guest is a lot of fun. Vikki was charming and accommodating at every turn. She put my mind at ease and we launched into what felt like a normal conversation about everything from books I’m reading to writing, to editing and funny ghostwriting stories.
Going into the interview I was a little nervous about filling the time. I did that thing where I rehearsed every time I was alone behind the wheel or in front of a mirror. Once we started though, the hour recording time went down in what felt like a snap of a finger and you know something? I’m ready for the next one.
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