Radio Interview & Free Pizza
I have a lot working for me this week!
First, I'm going to be interviewed at 8:13 AM ET on Thursday morning on a radio station out of Newark. We'll be discussing the NaNoWriMo challenge as well as my current book project. For those of us in Colorado, Arizona, California, etc, the live interview will air at 6:13 AM.
If you don't happen to be in Newark or the surrounding area, you can listen on the Internet here:
After going to the link, just click "Listen to Morning Show" and you'll be all set.
Second, if you "friend" Papa Johns on Facebookon Wednesday, they will give you a large pizza for free! If you don't have a Facebook account, you should. It is the best social media tool for humanizing yourself in the cyber world. And let's face it, there are a lot of us that could use some humanization!
Also, if you have a Facebook account and your kids won't confirm you as a friend, don't give up. Send me a friend invitation and I'll say yes right away! Chances are I'm probably on your kids Facebook friends list, and you can keep up with them, through me. ; )
Go here for more information on the Papa Johns Free Pizza.
Then head over to Shannon's at Rocks in My Dryer to see what's working for everyone else.
Good luck with your interview!
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I would totally join just for the pizza, but I have sworn off social networking sites. I have been socially networked to death! Maybe I’ll make my husband do it…
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Ok, I’ve been unsure what to do about Facebook, (is it just for kids?) (is it just another MySpace?) but at your recommendation, I’m in! You’ll be getting an invitation soon. Thanks for sharing What Works for You.
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Blessings on your interview and your new book! Whew, you are busy. 🙂
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What could be better than free pizza? A great interview!!
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I dunno. I just can’t get the hang of FaceBook. I may be socially impaired or something.