Am prepping myself for a radio interview with Robert Hannon on KUAC, the local NPR station. How does one prep for an interview? I wish I knew. In my case a stiff shot of whisky would probably be a good idea. I'm just not very glib. If I could sling my schtick in front of a live mike, I probably wouldn't have to write it. Anyway, my publicist is busy trying to line up more media interviews, so I'd better learn how to do it.
Tomorrow, Brandon Seifert of THE PRESS, a statewide entertainment weekly, will come over to the cabin to interview me. He wanted cabin photos, local flavor, I guess. Why can't I just do email interviews?
Even with all this distraction, I'm forcing myself to write every day, if only for an hour. Also I have three graphics jobs on my desk (my day job) am teaching a university web-based course on Photoshop, designing another on InDesign for use next semester, preparing for my book launch next week, and arranging my month-long book tour that begins soon after.
busy, busy, busy