Thursday, May 14, 2009

Pics and Podcast From My Interview at WJJQ


If you have some extra time while doing
dishes or some other chore around the house,
I invite you to listen to part or all of the
podcast from my radio station interview
last Friday, May 8.

You may learn some things about
me you didn't know before.

It was so much fun being actually on WJJQ
92.5 FM, the station I listen to all the time when on vacation, also the one that got me hooked on
country.


Many thanks to Mark Everett, the morning host, for suggesting the interview and also for doing such a great job of asking just the right questions and putting me at ease. He's the one standing in the back of the picture below. Phil Richard, the morning host that follows Mark on weekdays on the right.


Also, thanks to the station owner, Gregg Albert, who allowed the interview and also helped set me up in Studio B.



Here we are in Studio B

To access the podcast, go to http://wwww.wjjq.com/FORUM58.m3u

8 comments:

  1. Hi Morgan! What a cool podcast! I love the pics too.

    It was nice to see you at my blog.

    Kaye

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  2. Yeah! Glad someone was there to take photos. Years from now you'll be able to look at the pictures and remember everything about the occassion!

    L. Diane Wolfe
    www.circleoffriendsbooks.blogspot.com
    www.spunkonastick.net
    www.thecircleoffriends.net

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  3. Morgan, Nice job. I enjoyed the interview. I think it is interesting that your books are so different. I also liked your dog story.

    Jane Kennedy Sutton
    http://janekennedysutton.blogspot.com/

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  4. Lost half the day so I'm on the run with my daily blog-hopping but have the podcast bookmarked for a listen in a bit - hey cool photos, you have a GREAT smile, Morgan! :)

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  5. Wow! That looked like fun :). Congrats on a terrific podcast!

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  6. You look so cute, Morgan!

    As a teen, I rejected country because it was all my mother would play in the car. I have now embraced it because I can actually understand the words and can sing along.

    Helen
    Straight From Hel

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  7. How cool congrats.

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  8. Country music is good, but so is classical, jazz, oldies rock, folk, etc and my playlist has all of that.

    As for moving, I've done way too much of that. I'm finally staying in one place, sort of. I'm staying in the same city.

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