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I’m Gonna be on the Radio! (Take Two… er… Three!)

Posted in Books, Family, Publishing, Self-publishing, Writing with tags , , , , , , , on May 15, 2013 by Jessica Crichton

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Some of you may remember way back when I was a guest on Miraj’s Metaphysical Madness, talking about my middle grade kids’ fantasy series “The Elementals”, and its first book, Song of Spirit (which is now available to read online. ;-)). Then I got to guest on the morning show I grew up listening to (“The Breakfast Boys” on ZZU, which is now called “Dave, Ken and Molly in the Morning”), talking about my middle grade science fiction book, Dr. Fixit’s Malicious Machine. And that was so great, even if I can’t give you a fancy link to that particular archive, seeing as it doesn’t exist (poo).

Well it’s happening again! I swear, I never thought I’d be writing a blog inviting you to listen to my THIRD radio interview. I’m giddy!

EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

*Ahem*

ANYway, so this time it’s a local podcast called SPOKAST. Just like Miraj’s Metaphysical Madness, SPOKAST is online! So you can listen no matter where you are. MAN I love technology (sometimes). Anyway, so here’s the pertinent info already:

Live Stream: http://spokast.podbean.com/2013/05/16/036-hey-kids-jessi-the-writer/

From Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Spokast?fref=ts

You can always return to those links to listen to the archive at any time.  And, as always, thank you for your amazing support!

I’m Going to be on the Radio! (Take Two)

Posted in Books, kidlit, Middle Grade, Writing with tags , , , on February 9, 2013 by Jessica Crichton

As many of you may know, last summer I had the privilege of being a guest on the internet radio show MyMiraj. It was tons of fun and I was able to talk about my pet series, “The Elementals”, which was great since that always comes with the chance to talk about my kids, seeing as how they’re the main characters in that series and all.

Well, it’s happening again, only this time it’s as on-air station with DJs I literally grew up listening to, and I’ll be talking about “Dr. Fixit’s Malicious Machine”!

I’m stoked… and a little nervous. Okay, a lot nervous. I hope I don’t trip up!

I’ll be in the studio reading from the book and answering any questions you may have. The show does stream, and I’ll be putting a link up for that here in a few, but for locals in or around Spokane the station is 92.9 ZZU. I’ll be on Monday morning, February 11th, at either 9:10 or 9:15.

Pretty excited! And if you’re reading this by coming to my site after hearing me on the radio, thank you! And please let me know how I did in the comments. 🙂

ETA: As promised, for the live stream, go here: http://www.929zzu.com/page.php?page_id=65 Click on “connect” on the top bar, and click “listen live!”

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