Happy Tuesday, everybody! Remember last year when I was doing the weekly radio show for the library? Ever wonder what happened with that? Wonder no more.
I loved doing the show, but the time we were on wasn’t exactly making it so many people could listen. Taking an hour out of my week to be on the radio was certainly fun, but without anyone listening, I couldn’t really justify keeping it up. We talked to the radio folks, and they agreed (generously) to let us record our show ahead of time and then play it on the air during our normal time slot.
What does that mean for you? It means that I’m now branching out into podcasting. Better yet, I’ve got the first one up and ready for you to listen to right now!
We talk all about the On Our Minds program, as well as two of the books in it this year: Wonder and Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock. There are maybe a few too many “ums” throughout, but it’s our first one. Give us time.
The plan is to have one of these up every week school is in session. (Though come to think of it, we’d been hoping to start these at the beginning of the month, and here we are almost at the end of it . . . )
Like with anything new, I imagine there’s a learning curve ahead of us, but we have to start somewhere. Suggestions welcome, though I might not actually be able to follow any of them just yet.
Here you go!