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need a nonfiction writer for livestreaming show tonight (Sunday)


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#1 patskywriter

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Posted 03 March 2013 - 01:06 PM

Had a last-minute glitch (my guest can't make it), and I'm wondering if one of our exalted nonfiction writers would like to be a guest (tonight!) on TV Skywriter, my weekly interview show. The interview will be fun and relaxed and will last as long as it needs to. (I interviewed a visual artist last Sunday, and the show lasted 34 minutes.) If you want to get a sense of what the show's like, here's the link to my latest: TV Skywriter (24 February 2013)

My aim with TV Skywriter, which is a new venture, is to interview creative folks from around the world—artists, writers, musicians, etc. I had planned to interview writers from this forum, but didn't intend to introduce it under code red conditions!

Anyway, if you're interested, contact me at durhamskywriter@gmail. Be sure to give me your telephone number. In preparation for being on the show (or if you now have future plans in doing your own "Google+ Hangout"), open a gmail account; it's free. Then start a Google+ page, which serves the same purpose as a Facebook page; you don't have to fill it out in detail if you don't want to. The reason each guest must do this is because that's how the Google+ software works. Essentially, I will start a Hangout, name it, and then invite my guest(s) via gmail/Google+. Then the guest(s) will join me and our adventure will ensue! TV Skywriter can be viewed live at 7pm Eastern USA time tonight via the "durhamskywriter" YouTube and Google+ pages. After the show airs, it then becomes a YouTube video. It's a wonderful way to promote yourself and others!

So … I'm hoping that I'll hear from one of you. Have a great day! icon_smile.gif


Published community newspapers in Chicago for 8 years; now publishing www.durhamskywriter.com.

Currently working on my first nonfiction book, "And Then We Saw an Eye: Caring for a Loved-One with Alzheimer's at Home."

#2 patskywriter

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Posted 03 March 2013 - 04:28 PM

I did get a guest—Anora McGaha, who's a writer and Internet-marketing coach/guru. She'll talk about building that all-important platform and increasing your presence on the Internet. Watch TV Skywriter tonight (Sunday, March 3) at 7pm (Eastern time, USA) by first going to YouTube or Google+; then go to the "durhamskywriter" page by typing that in the search field. See you there!


Published community newspapers in Chicago for 8 years; now publishing www.durhamskywriter.com.

Currently working on my first nonfiction book, "And Then We Saw an Eye: Caring for a Loved-One with Alzheimer's at Home."

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 11:28 AM

Glad you found someone, Patsky.






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