A reminder for tonight’s reading

Joel Reeves will be reading a few selected passages from his debut novel, Of Quills and Kings, on Leucrota’s new live Blog Radio on July 16, 2008 at 8:30 pm PST.

After the reading, he will be available to take questions from callers about the book, his writing, or just about himself. If you’d like to just call in and chat with him that’s fine as well. Remember that this will be a live show though, and we may have to limit each caller’s time if there is a long line of callers waiting.

If you have any questions for Joel, and would like to reserve a spot to make sure you’re put on the air, you may call us at 858.722.9783, or email our event gurus at events@leucrotapress.com.

You may view the details of the radio segment here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com Listeners will be able to listen from the blogtalkradio website, or directly from our own website at leucrotapress.com.


One Response

  1. I didn’t catch the interview live, but listened to the recorded version.

    Joel Reeves, you did a fine job with the voices, especially the echo effect used for the hedgehog. Yes, you strayed a little on occasion, but you’re a writer, not a voiceover artist (if that’s the term). Better than I could do.

    I thought that the length of the reading of two chapters went a little long. Maybe a balance of half the time with reading and the other half with questions and answers about the novel, writing, background and such.

    Those who missed the live performance, listening afterwards–nothing wrong with that. I found it interesting and worth my time.

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