Airdrie Alberta, the city I live near, has a radio station. I noticed it about a year ago, driving down main street. Something I try not to do often – the driving. Not the noticing.
I decided to go in and see if they might be interested in interviewing a local author – me – on one of their shows.
Surprise! They really did want to interview local talent. Not just authors, but it sounds like they want local song artists and other local talent to show up and inquire about being on a show sometime.
I talked to the Program Manager – Kevin Wallace – first. We scheduled a time for me to talk to Andrea Montgomery, the program anchor, I think (sorry Andrea I forgot to get your title), the following week.
On Friday, with my heart beating wildly, my mouth alternating between watering and drying out entirely, I entered the station. Andrea made the whole process of being interviewed painless and fun. She kept my eyes away from this honking huge microphone sitting just above my mouth, but to one side, asked questions, and sounded interested in my responses.
Andrea even blogged about the book.
I’d like to send a big thank you to Air106.1fm Airdrie for the opportunity to tell our community about my book.
Thank you so much.