Today I had the honor of being interviewed by Annette Rochelle Aben on her blog talk radio program Tell Me A Story. She’s a fabulous host, and I had great fun (what author doesn’t like talking about themselves and their books?).
Here is the link if you want to listen in:
Author Noelle Granger on Tell Me a Story
Annette has a smooth radio voice and doesn’t miss a beat, picking up and expanding on important details. Quite a talent! She has her own blog, which I highly recommend you check out: https://annetterochelleaben.wordpress.com/
Thank you, Annette, for this opportunity!
21 thoughts on “I’m On Radio!”
Awesome, Noelle. Good for you, I pulled the tab and will be listening soon. And sharing on twitter.
Thanks, Sylvia. It was fun!
Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:
CONGRATULATIONS NOELLE GRANGER 👍😃
Well, Chris, this came about as the result of something I think you blogged!
There you go Noelle 👍😃😘❤️
Good for you! Well done.
Thanks, Darlene. Much appreciated!
fascinating Noelle; you interview well! A natural!!
Thank you, kind Sir. Frankly, I think I sound like a duck!
One hundred thumbs up!!!
What a fabulous interview, you sounded great! I loved hearing how you got all your ideas for your books, too.
I did let the cat our of the bag, didn’t I?
Sorry I missed the show, but I’ll be sure to have a listen. Congratulations on being featured, Noelle.
Thank you, Hugh. I jumped at the chance when the Story Reading Ape, our friend Chris, mentioned that Annette did this. Wasn’t sure what was involved but it was painless! How about you? Are you up for an interview?
Annette did ask me during National Poetry Month but ,as I don’t really write poetry, I asked if she would consider me perhaps if there is ever a National Write a Short Story month. 😀 Must have been very nerve racking before going on air. I know I’d feel nervous.
Annette is very calming and reassuring. You should do this!!!
You were great, Noelle, and it was so lovely to hear your voice!
Thank you, Ali! I think I sound like a duck!
Haha not at all! Elegant, confident and accomplished, I thought.