radio interview

Interview with Cat Johnson on Blogtalkradio…

To the right of this post, on the sidebar, there’s an interview with Cat Johnson, www.catjohnson.net, from www.allromanceebooks.com. Cat asked great questions, and I tried hard to answer them without talking too much and boring her to death. We talked about the Ravenousromance first anniversary, the Ravenousromance Escape to Romance Collection with The Home Shopping Network, and about e-books and romance in general.

There’s an interesting discussion about m/m fiction, and lgbt romance books. We talked about my titles, and why I write them. We even got into some of my work with other publishers, like www.loveyoudivine.com and Cleis Press. It’s only half hour interview, but I think we both covered a lot of topics in a short amount of time. And it was a pleasure talking with Cat and getting to know her better.

Interview with Blog Talk Radio Tonight…

If you get a chance, check out my interview tonight with blogtalkradio.com. Cat Johnson, from allromanceebooks.com, will be interviewing Lori Perkins, Holly Schmidt, and me at 9:30 pm. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/whats-hot-in-romance

I’ve done these radio shows before and I’ve always had fun. It’s usually the fastest hour of the week. And if you can’t listen tonight, I’ll post a link tomorrow where you can listen to the entire interview in full at a later date.

Radio Interview March 25…

I’m doing a radio interview on March 25, at 8 pm eastern, with James Hipps from gayagenda.com. The interview will focus on books, publishing, ravenousromance.com and more. One of the things we’ll probably talk about will be blogging and other gay bloggers. By chance, it turns out that gayagenda is also affiliated with bestgayblogs.com. And I worked for them, doing interviews and reviews for a long time under the previous owners. So we’ll get into that, too. I really like the way they’ve grown in the last few years. When I first started, they were a small blog with a big idea. And now they reach millions all over the world.

The interesting thing is that I’m usually the one doing the interview, so I’m going to have to sit back, let someone else take control, and answer the questions without coming off as a pushy writer. At least I’m going to try.