Sunday, October 28, 2007

would you buy a book written by this person?

my interview is up at in for questioning, and i finally really, really get why people never believe it when i tell them i'm a writer. heh!!

angie did a fantastic job!!! i had so much fun. a little too much maybe, but that's okay!

12 comments:

Jaye Wells said...

Great interview! I loved the part about the items on your desk.

Kelly Parra said...

Wow, that was cool to hear your voice after chatting with you on-line for a couple of years. haha! And that Halloween story about your brother never gets less creepy. :) :)

MysterLynch said...

There is no such thing as too much fun.

anne frasier said...

jaye, i'm still laughing about the desk question. :D

kelly, isn't it strange to finally hear someone's voice after so long? and finally meeting a person is such a strange thing too. last night i dreamed that david letterman walked in on me when i was peeing, then he mentioned it on air. i think that translates into my fear of publicly humiliating myself.

mysterlynch, i'm going to have to think about that for a while. hmmm. have i ever had too much fun...?










no.

jason evans said...

After all this build-up over the years about your profound challenges interviewing and public speaking, you actually sound engaging, fun, and ridiculously normal?! WTF? That's not cool, my friend. I want some validation. No, I'm afraid you're going to have to do that over. Way, way, way too normal.

Here, I just got a court order: "And now this 29th day of October, 2007, it is hereby ordered that Anne Frasier cease and desist from claiming she is anything but stellar in interviews, talks, and oral communications generally."

That should cover it.

Don't make me hold you in contempt.

anne frasier said...

oh, jason. i'm sorry! i was afraid you would be disappointed in me! :D i have to admit the interview went much better than i could ever have imagined. i credit angie with that. we've never met, and i was actually more excited with the idea of finally talking to her than worrying much about what i would say. but i am aware that most writers who are interviewed come across as at least somewhat academic. i have zero in that area, but i'm okay with that.

Daniel Hatadi said...

Yeah, I'd be a book from that gal. Great interview! And it was also great to hear a snippet of my favourite version of Bela Lugosi's Dead. And if Godspeed You Black Emperor is the soundtrack for GARDEN OF DARKNESS, I'm totally in.

Well, I was in anyway, but still...

Shesawriter said...

Hey Anne,

Long time no "see." Hope all is going well. Just stopping in to scream at you. :-)

Tanya

anne frasier said...

thanks, daniel. yeah, i loved the music angie picked. it always adds another level of enjoyment to her interviews. and i also LOVE the intro soundtrack you created for the program. it's perfect, and has such an identifying element to it.

tanya, please scream book trailer! for old times! let's scream it together.

Shesawriter said...

BOOK TRAILER!

BOOK TRAILER!

BOOKTRAILER!!

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOKTRAILER!!!

;-)

Tanya

Shesawriter said...

I don't know what it is, but that woman hit a nerve. Even now when I think about it, I get spastic. Book Trailer trademark?

Pfffft!!!!!!!!!!! (rolls eyes)

Daniel Hatadi said...

And thank you to you, too.