A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to be interviewed on The Author's Show, an internet radio program, and talk about my efforts writing and "Why 319?" my mystery about a serial killer on the loose in Metro Detroit. So when it aired, I spread the word and heard back from a number of people that it went well.
Many years ago, I did a stint as a volunteer in the Detroit area, working at a radio station that was geared toward the visually impaired. We would read sections of the daily newspaper certain magazines, depending on the time of day. While on the air, we had to wear these big headphones which seem to have returned to popularity. I was surprised at how my voice sounded whenever I was on the air.
Now I have a face that's perfect for radio, but somehow hearing my voice still seems odd to me. I guess the image in my head is a bit different from reality. Considering that I do a lot of talking in my regular job and when I'm teaching, I should be used to this. Still, it was odd to hear my voice when I played back the interview. And it makes me wonder if we all sound different when we hear our voices recorded.
So if you're curious about what I sound like or just want to learn more about the book, you can stop by the Author's Show and check it out at the link below. Just click on the archived section and find my listing.