Saturday, January 9, 2010

Now On The Air - MarTV



You devoted, passionate followers have no doubt already noticed the cute little box that has appeared at the side of my blog.
That is the gigantic multimedia extravaganza I promised in an earlier post. I tried, for a few days, to have a player embedded right here in the blog, but it seemed to have only sporadic results. So, I offer this new, improved link directly to NH Public Television's delightful page full of me.

There, you can enjoy the giddy spectacle of me looking nervous and uncomfortable in front of lots of people and TV cameras.

I'm going to recommend that you make a big batch of popcorn, invite all your friends over and gather around the computer to witness real, actual streaming video of me on TV, being interviewed by the world renowned Rebecca Rule.


It's well worth the admission cost. In fact, I'll offer a full money back guarantee if you aren't completely satisfied with your free viewing experience.

As a side note of utmost importance: There is one point in the show where I refer to "a teacher in Salisbury" who submerged me in the swirling ocean of Author Visits I occasionally find myself drowning in.
That same teacher emailed me yesterday to remind me that he does, in fact, have a name.
I know this. I probably was aware of it during the taping of the show, too, but I was busy trying not to piddle myself with anxiety, so the subtleties of details like names escaped me briefly.
Now that I have returned to my senses and am not in imminent danger of soiling myself, his name is Bruce Johnson. In addition to being a really swell guy, he is the author of some swell reading books for adults and kids. Check him out here.

Tell him that "an author in New Boston" sent you.

3 comments:

Katie said...

I just thoroughly enjoyed your interview by Rebecca Rule. I stopped counting how many times you blushed after about the 60th time. I thought your whole face might explode in flames when she told you you were cute. Wish I'd known it was up before I sat down at the computer. You're right, popcorn would have been nice!

Now that you're wicked famous for your boogah knowledge, I can't wait to see you on numerous other tv shows! Keep us posted, eh?

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Kathryn said...

I am Katie and I go to Pembroke Hill School. I will be wearing a orange peace tank top! So see you soon!
-Katie
Hopkins