Smorgasbord Public Relations for Authors Recycled – Part Three – Hitting the Red Carpet by Sally Cronin

The definition of Public Relations in business is “Public relations is a strategic communication process that builds mutually beneficial relationships between businesses and the public”

In the past my focus has been on book marketing, which did include how to reach potential readers with blogs, social media and as part of the writing community. Whilst this recycled series will revisit those platforms along the way it is an opportunity to focus on some key areas of our public profiles that might influence the public to buy our books.

The focus this time is on you.. the author.

Last week I featured author biographies and I shared some tips that help to make you stand out from the ever growing number of authors on Amazon: Who are you? And why should I buy your book?

Part Three – Hitting the Red Carpet

Just imagine you are invited to the Oscars and are going to be photographed and interviewed on the red carpet by a reporter from Entertainment today about your latest book and what is coming up next for you. I am laying bets you would not be turning up in ripped jeans and dirty t-shirt without a bit of attention to your hair and beard if you have one!

You are an author and part of the arts and entertainment industry. Whether you have written one book or twenty, readers have an expectation of a bit of dazzle when they meet you for the first time on your Amazon author pages, Goodreads, on your own blog, on social media and certainly when the red carpet is rolled out for you as a guest on someone else’s website.

Over the last two weeks, I hope the ideas I have shared about your profile photograph and biography have helped you shape your public persona. The great thing about our virtual world is that in most cases, your guest spots are online and the fact you are writing your post, or your interview questions in your pajamas, is not going to be noticed as all the readers will see is your immaculate online presence.

Business Cards, Cards, Eintrittskarten, Vip

The Value of Guest Posts

Just a reminder; with 20,000 new ebooks each week on Amazon, the arrival of your own release may go largely unnoticed unless you do some pre-marketing and post- marketing for the book.

  1. If you are doing guest appearances ahead of your book launch always work in your WIP with an approximate date… don’t be too specific and add pressure on yourself unless you are almost at the end of the process.
  2. Do a cover reveal once it is completed on social media and your blog with a blurb.
  3. Many authors choose to upload their books to Amazon once the ISBN or the ASIN has been assigned and put on pre-order at a special price to entice readers to buy before the launch date. If that is the case share on your blog/website and social media, particularly in any writer/reader book groups you belong to. (You can let me know too The Smorgasbord Bookshelf
  4. Ask for advance readers for your book so there will be reviews available shortly after the book is released. Reviews sell books and the opinion of four or five people you know well enough to ask is gold dust. If they can upload to Amazon that is great but certainly Goodreads is ideal. If they can feature the book on their blog it is fantastic.
  5. If you are planning a blog book tour for your new release plan in advance, and if you have several guest spots in the diary it is a good idea to spread them out over a period of weeks to extend your marketing honeymoon period.
  6. As part of the writing community it is likely many of the same readers will see your post each time it is shared. To keep their interest, share something different in each of the posts, perhaps the background to individual characters, a short excerpt, the inspiration for the story. If the posts are all identical readers will lose interest and may not buy the book.
  7. Check out the submission guidelines for those bloggers who host guest posts and feature author interviews. It is a good idea to send them an email or contact them via their forms on their blogs to ask if they would be happy to feature you.
  8. Follow the submission details to the letter. Remember this guest post or interview is marketing your skills and talent as an author and you should edit as carefully as you did your book.

Embassy, Map, Welcome, Guest, Geese Flower

How to be the perfect guest

  • Your guest post does not just reflect on you, but on your host too. They will go to a great deal of trouble to make you look good and they will want their readers to enjoy the post.
  • You are looking great, you have created expectations with your author biography, the cover of your book and the early reviews… now you have to live up to the hype.
  • It is a good idea for a guest post, not to talk just about you and your talents. You are a storyteller, so tell a story. It can be about your journey to publish, an amusing encounter that inspired the story, what you love about writing in your genre, an element of the writing and marketing process you believe is vital for any book etc.
  • Whatever it is you are writing about, it needs to confirm to the reader that if your guest post is this good, it is worth exploring your books too.
  • Provide everything the host has asked for, and it is a good idea to prepare a media sheet to send with your guest post or interview which includes your biography, Amazon Links or universal link, Goodreads link, Blog or Website and two or three of your key social media. To be honest more than that and people are not likely to click anyway.
  • If you have more than one book prepare a compilation of thumbnail size covers in one image. There are a number of photo montage sites and research to find one that suits your needs.
  • Attach your latest book cover separately. Don’t send massive files by email. Adjust the size of your cover photo to medium.
  • Attach your author photograph – clear, engaging, not blurry when in a smaller size – Author profile photos
  • Attach your edited guest post or interview answers.
  • With the interview questions please be creative. The idea is to engage your readers and demonstrate your writing credentials. One sentence answers don’t cut it. Some hosts will ask for a minimum or maximum word count for questions, and I for example look for a minimum of 200/250 per question. On the other hand more than 500 is too many especially if there is 10 questions.
  • Respond to all comments on your post individually. It is time well spent as it will win the hearts and minds of the readers of the post, who are also the potential readers of your book. This applies to all posts where you feature particularly when a reader has posted a review for your book on their blog, and is key in building your standing in the writing community. Not responding to comments is noticed, and next time you are a guest you will find there is less interaction, which is not good for selling books.
  • If you have a blog then it is a good idea to reblog the post in one form or another after a couple of days with a link back to the original post.
  • Share the post on all your own social media and if you have a Twitter account it is a nice gesture to pin a tweet from the original post for a few days tagging your host.
  • Pop in to the post over the following week if you have not clicked the notification button so you don’t miss any.

The benefits of being a host.

  • Hosting other authors is not just an interesting way to meet like-minded people but offers a great source of books to read!
  • It helps if you have an established network of blog and social media so you can offer a guest a certain amount of publicity. Combined with their promotional efforts on their own network, you will both find a new audience for each other’s work.
  • If you host a guest post and or an author interview a week you don’t have to worry about finding your own content, which as an author can be time consuming. Your guest does most of the work and whilst time is needed to format and promote it is a great way to encourage more readers to your site.
  • Hosting other authors and promoting their work has a knock on effect on your own. It establishes you in the writing community and it is important to remember, authors within that community are readers too. In fact for most of us they are a key marketplace for our books and subsequent reviews. Even with the most elaborate marketing plans and budgets, it is personal recommendations that are often the most effective.
  • If you have not hosted others before then head over to bloggers who do offer guest spots and interviews and get some ideas. For example Christopher Graham, The Story Reading Ape is a wonderful place to be a guest and you can find out more:The Story Reading Ape – Guest post options


During the year there are a number of opportunities to be a guest here on Smorgasbord either in a promotional series such as New book on the Shelves for your new releases or, Posts from the Archives and Author Interviews all of which are hopefully a fun way to get noticed.

If you offer guest spots or author interviews please leave the links to your submission guidelines or contact details in the comments.

©Sally Cronin 2023


About Sally Cronin

Sally Cronin is the author of sixteen books including her memoir Size Matters: Especially when you weigh 330lb, first published in 2001. This has been followed by another fifteen books both fiction and non-fiction including multi-genre collections of short stories and poetry.

As an author she understands how important it is to have support in marketing books and offers a number of FREE promotional opportunities on her blog and across her social media. The Smorgasbord Bookshelf

Her podcast shares book reviews, poetry and short stories Sally Cronin Soundcloud

After leading a nomadic existence exploring the world, she now lives with her husband on the coast of Southern Ireland enjoying the seasonal fluctuations in the temperature of the rain.

Thanks for dropping in today and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask… Sally.

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Weekly Round Up November 21st – 27th 2022 – Author Interviews, Reviews, Chart Hits 1950s, Culinary A-Z, Tony Bennett, Podcast, Christmas Book Fair, Humour

Welcome to the round up of posts you might have missed this week on Smorgasbord.

Hope you are all well and a busy week I am sure for those of you celebrating family Thanksgiving gatherings. I find it hard to believe it is December round the corner and another year coming to a close.

I have been out and about with Debby Gies this week on Tuesday for a Q&A which gave the new book a lovely boost… and she generously reviewed the collection too for her Sunday Book Review.

I have also been scheduling the Christmas and New Year archive posts and some wonderful contributions already. There are still some spaces left before the 15th of December and also after Christmas for any New Year Posts you would like to share.

Details are in this post: Posts from Your Archives – 2022 – Christmas and New Year Special

Contributor News this week.

William Price King joined me for The Breakfast Show for the next in the series on hits from the 1940s and the next post in the series about the wonderful performer Tony Bennett and his music in the 1970s and 80s.  You can also find William Blog– IMPROVISATIONWilliam Price King on Tumblr

Debby Gies​ is here on Monday morning with the next post in her Spiritual Awareness series .. Over on her own blog apart from the two posts I have already linked to you can enjoy another Q&A with author Jacqui Murray. Follow the link to Debby’s posts D.G. Kaye

Carol Taylor was be here on Wednesday with her  A-Z of food with the letter ‘L’…on her own blog you will find Monday Musings with a cautionary tale from Clive about scammers, and a kind promotion for Variety is the Spice of Life, A wonderful recipe for Red Thai curry with mushrooms as a delicious plant based meal, A look at edible flowers and a trip to the local market for some exotics that in Thailand are everyday foods. Head over to check the posts out CarolCooks2 weekly roundup…20th- 26th November 2022

Thank you too for all your visits, comments and shares during the week. As always very much appreciated…♥

 On with the show….

The Breakfast Show with William Price King and Sally Cronin – Chart Hits 1950s – Bill Haley, The Platters, Frankie Lane and Pattie Page

William Price King meets the Music Legends – Tony Bennett – The 1970s and 1980s The Rollercoaster Years

Carol Taylor’s – Culinary A – Z Rewind – ‘L’ is for Lamb, Lavender, Lemon/ Lime Meringue Pie, Liquorice and Liver…

Podcast – #Poetry #Flash Fiction – December and Sea Mist

Smorgasbord Blogger Weekly – November 27th 2022 – Pete Springer, Marcia Meara, D.G. Kaye, Anne R. Allen with Sue Coletta, D. Wallace Peach, Judith Barrow with M. J. Mallon, John Howell with Harmony Kent

#Mystery #Thriller Genuine Deceit by Joy York

Previous Reviews 2021- #Western #Romance – Tumblestar by Sandra Cox.

Previous Reviews from 2022 – #Christmas #Romance – Love, Me by Jacquie Biggar

Previous Reviews 2021 – #Children – Brody Cody and the Stepmother from Outer Space by Toni Pike

#Fantasy D.Wallace Peach, #Memoir D.G. Kaye, #Familysaga Judith Barrow

– #Poetry Colleen M. Chesebro, #SouthernCulture Claire Fullerton, #CrimeThriller Joan Hall

#Fantasy Dan Antion, #Biography John Cornelius Rogers and Sue Bavey, #SocialMedia #Cyberbullying Alex Craigie

#Shortstory Silent Night by Abbie Johnson Taylor

Christmas and New Year Special – Short Story, The Bike by D.L. Finn

Hosts Debby Gies and Sally Cronin November 22nd 2022- Thanksgiving food and Students

Hosts Debby Gies and Sally Cronin November 24th 2022 – Turkey Dilemmas and Betting slips


Thanks for dropping in today and I hope you will join me again next week.. Sally.

Smorgasbord Coffee Morning – Bring a Guest – John W. Howell and author Gwen M. Plano

Recently I ran a series Public Relations for Authors which focused on how we are perceived by those who view our profile photographs, biographies and presence on social media. This included guest posts on other writer’s blogs. Here is an opportunity to not only promote your own blog or books, but those of someone you admire as well.

Is there an inspiring individual, blogger or an author you would like to give a boost to who might enjoy joining you for a coffee and a piece of cake with us all?

Details on how to participate are at the end of this next post in the series.

Author John W. Howell has brought fellow writer and co-author of The Contract, Gwen M. Plano for coffee.

Introduction by John

I would love to invite my good friend Gwen Plano to your place for coffee and cake. I first met Gwen when we were both members of a book club. Gwen had written a memoir Letting Go Into Perfect Love, and because I was hosting her on a radio broadcast, I read the book. I don’t usually read memoirs, but it became apparent to me while reading the book that Gwen was an extraordinary person. She detailed her life of commitment to her family. This was despite being mentally and physically abused by her spouse. She had been married to this person for over twenty-five years. I couldn’t wait to ask her why it took so long to separate from this man. Her answer stopped my cold. She felt a duty to her children that transcended any personal misery that she was going through. Finally, she did leave when it was clear her kids would be safe.

Now, people like this don’t grow on trees, and it is rare to meet someone who has the strength and faith to stick to a commitment for better or worse. Gwen is an influential person driven by her unwavering belief in the sanctity of the spirit. She has accomplished much in her life and continues to grow and develop at a time of life when most would grab a rocking chair and a porch. She continues this growth undeterred by personal health issues and a growing need to support others in her family who are facing challenges of age.

Gwen and I had a baby together. Oh, wait. That didn’t come out right. Let me start again. Gwen and I wrote a book together titled The Contract. An example of Gwen’s growth potential is that she was willing to try something completely new. She had never written a thriller before and yet was ready to move out of her comfort zone. So together, we both pretended we were thriller writers and completed the book. Gwen took to thrillers like a duck to water and wrote two more as a solo author.

Co-writing The Contract was a fun project. We laughed and cried while we wrote together. The nice part is I think the reader won’t be able to tell where the Plano begins, and the Howell leaves off. By the end of the first draft, we were committed to donating our styles and voice to one result. I think we are both proud of the work. I know it was a rewarding experience for me, and I can’t imagine writing another book with anyone else. Gwen has become a close friend, and I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to work with her.

About Gwen M. Plano

Gwen M. Plano, aka Gwendolyn M. Plano, grew up in Southern California and spent most of her professional life in higher education. She taught and served as an administrator in colleges in Japan, New York, Connecticut, and California. Gwen’s academic background is in theology and counseling. Recently retired, she now lives in the Midwest with her husband and enjoys writing and travel.

Gwen’s first book is an acclaimed memoir, Letting Go into Perfect Love. Her second book, The Contract between heaven and earth, is a thriller fiction novel, co-authored by John W. Howell. It has received multiple awards and is an Amazon Best Seller. The Choice, the unexpected heroes is the sequel to The Contract. It is also a thriller, involving the attempt of an unfriendly nation to take over the world. The third book in the series, The Culmination, a new beginning is an action-packed military thriller that spans the globe and involves multiple Heads of State and the threat of World War III. Only love can change the fate of humanity.

When Gwen is not writing, she out and about in the beautiful Ozark mountains which she now calls home.

Books by Gwen M. Plano

A recent review for Culmination

Karen Ingalls 5.0 out of 5 stars A GRIPPING THRILLER Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2021

Read the reviews and buy the books: : Amazon UKand : Amazon USfollow Gwen : Goodreads –website:Gwen PlanoTwitter: @gmplano

About John W. Howell

John began his writing as a full-time occupation after an extensive business career. His specialty is thriller fiction novels, but John also writes poetry and short stories. His first book, My GRL, introduces the exciting adventures of the book’s central character, John J. Cannon. The second Cannon novel, His Revenge, continues the tension. The final book in the trilogy, Our Justice, launched in September 2016 concludes the thriller series. John’s fourth book Circumstances of Childhood, launched in October of 2017 tells a different thriller story of riches to rags, football, Wall Street, brotherly love, redemption, and inspiration with a touch of paranormal to keep you riveted.

The fifth book is a collaboration with the ​award-winning author, Gwen Plano titled The Contract. Heavenly bodies become concerned about the stability of the Earth and send two of their own to risk eternal salvation in order to save the planet. The Contract achieved number one status in its genre. John’s latest book is titled Eternal Road – The final stop and launched in September 2020. In search of their eternal home, Sam and James discover a threat to human existence. They also encounter the prince of darkness. The question is; can they save humankind and their eternal souls. All books are available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle editions.

John lives in Lakeway, Texas with his wife and their spoiled rescue pets.

Books by John Howell

A recent review for Eternal Road

Kichi Rsa 5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome story!  Reviewed in the United States on July 2, 2021

Without a doubt one of my favorite authors. John W. Howell’s books always have a great story to tell; his knowledge of history, psychology, personality, human laws shines through. It makes his books fantastic, fun to read, magical, special…

I love the characters in the Eternal Road! Not perfect, but always believable… and you don’t always know for sure how this all will turn out in the end! I enjoyed reading it and recommend it to all lovers of the paranormal, thriller, and mystery.  

Read the reviews and buy the books: Amazon USand on: Amazon UK – Goodreads:John Howell Goodreads Blog: John W. Howell. com – Twitter@HowellWave


My thanks to John for bringing Gwen along for coffee, both wonderful authors and lovely people.

I hope to hear from you with the information about your guest and your work (if you have not been featured here before).. thanks Sally.

Some ideas of the guests you might bring to coffee.

  • An author you have just read for the first time who you would like to introduce us to.
  • A blogger who is very supportive of your own blog or books.
  • A new blogger who you would like to showcase
  • An author or blogger who inspires you and your work.
  • A blogger who goes out of their way to support others by reviewing books and promoting on social media.
  • Someone in the public eye who is inspirational to others in medicine, charity, education, who has overcome challenges to succeed.
  • Anyone you feel deserves a boost.

The format of the post

  • An introduction by you of around 200 to 400 words about your guest. Be creative and tell a good story
  • Their photograph, biography, Amazon or book links and if you have them their social media links. I will find if not.
  • Your photo, biography, Amazon or blog links and social media links (if you are in the Cafe and Bookstore I will have those).

Send your introduction and the links to and we can sort out a date to air your post.

Smorgasbord Media Training for authors – Radio or Podcast Interviews.. Gold dust – Get prepared.

I have had a number of emails recently about getting interviews on local radio or the growing trend for podcasts.  So I am going to be sharing some of the posts from my booklet Media Training.  I used as part of training courses that I ran with my video production company where we would take business people, charity administrators and authors through live radio and on camera interviews.  The course also covered how to construct a press release and to create a local market for any new product including books.

Over the next few weekends I shall be sharing a number of chapters from the book.

Some of the posts first appeared in 2015.. but since I am planning on starting author interviews as podcasts in the New Year.. I thought it was time to air them again.  Put your name in the comments if you would like to be a guest

This week how to prepare for your live or recorded interview.

Wonderful news, your hard work in promoting your new book on social media and locally has paid off and you get the call or email. An invitation to do an interview on a radio station, television show or author promoting podcast.

Getting an interview on a radio show or an established author podcast is gold dust for an author and as such requires you to take a deep breath and celebrate. Millions of Indies out there would love the opportunity to get their voice heard about their work so give this serious thought.

Usually the request will come in by email rather than over the phone as it depends on what you have put down as your contact details. To be honest I do not put my phone details on any of my own press releases or social media. Even though I have been on the other side of the microphone or camera as the interviewer, I also like the opportunity to check the show, station or podcast out first.

99% of the time they are totally legit and a great place to promote your book but on the off chance that you have been invited onto the Naked Author, you might want to just take a pause before leaping in.

‘Live… You mean I have to talk to thousands of people… Live!!!!’

Not all shows are recorded and in fact my radio shows and Internet television interviews were nearly all live.

These days many stations both radio and television are nervous about the spontaneous nature of some guests in relation to expletives, non- PC remarks etc and whilst there are some filters available they are not prepared to take the risk so pre-record.

I love live interviews and whilst I might make sure my guests are well primed before the microphone is switched on there have been moments……

However, live or recorded, provided you are reassured that you will not be sitting naked on a sofa during the interview or on a podcast or show that makes you personally uncomfortable… Dive in and enjoy the experience.

And as you do so remember that every minute you are on air is FREE advertising that usually costs hundreds if not thousands for every 10 second segment.

And to make the most of this opportunity you need to prepare.

First get in the right frame of mind.

This is about you and your book. It is a chance to talk about the writing process, the research, the characters, the plot, your background, your future projects, your other writing such as your blog, how to buy the book, how to connect with you etc.

So there are nine topics for conversation already and you have an interview time of between two minutes on prime time to the luxury of fifteen to twenty minutes on local radio stations or podcasts.

Here is how it would go on one of the interviews that I would air with an author. It is a two way process and this is what I would expect from my guest to ensure that not only do the listeners get the best from the segment but that the author also achieves what they need. I was lucky as I had the luxury of around 12 minutes minimum for an interview with my guests and sometimes if we had a lot to cover I would stretch that by incremental segments of 12 minutes broken up my music.

The interview

Me on the radio  – my happy place.

I have always enjoyed doing my own research on my guests so that I know who I am going to be talking to and the topics that I feel are important to cover during the interview. However, bless the guest who has given the matter some considerable thought and come up with key points that they feel should be discussed.

This is important as you have a small window of opportunity and if you are to get the full value from it you need to contribute to the process.

When you are invited for an interview on radio you will need to establish how long your interview will be for.

Depending on the length of time you are allotted you should focus on three to five key points for discussion about you and your book.

I like to be as prepared as my guests and if they are an author I always read their book in advance of the interview and prepare my questions. Some presenters have their own researchers and so will be working from questions prepared by them. Do not be afraid to ask if they might let you have the questions in advance. Then if they do not cover what you consider to be the key points about your book or yourself you can return to them with the addition of further questions.

I usually ask my guests to submit their key points to me by email the week before the interview and this gives me a chance to incorporate into my own research.

I have always believed that a well prepared interview is good for me, my guest and the audience. I am not an investigative journalist and my aim is not to ambush my guests but make sure that they are as comfortable as possible about the process and that they are not sitting there waiting for some horrendous question from left field.

When my guests arrive I always have a brief chat beforehand and outline the topics I will be covering – theirs and my own so that even if there are some further additional items to be included they have a chance to prepare for them.

If the person who is your interviewer does not offer this, then do ask if you might spend a couple of minutes before you sit down to ensure that THEY have everything THEY need for the programme!

People buy People first, I will always do a brief introduction to my guest but will also ask some general, personal and informational questions to both put them at ease and to also build a connection with either the listeners or viewers. Be prepared by putting together a short bio at the beginning of your topics that you do not mind other people knowing – where you were born – being local or living in the area a long time can be important – what you do for a living – etc. I would then introduce the topic of the book – the title and a brief sentence about the contents.

Then into questions about you and your book.

Of course every book will have specific key questions and that is for you the author to identify and communicate before the interview. It also gives you an opportunity to prepare the answers. Not that it comes across well if you sound as though you are reading them off, but practice them in advance and you can always give yourself some key words written down that you want to make sure you include for each question.

You will have had my questions about your book as well and this should provide ample content for a well thought out and informative interview.

Something to think about.

  1. Before going on the specific show listen to it several times to get a feel of the type of interview, length and also the presenter’s questioning style.
  2. Bring some index cards with your key points highlighted and any questions that you have practiced with.
  3. If given the choice of telephone interview or in the studio opt for the studio. The interview is likely to be longer and you will find you can be more relaxed and are more likely to make an impression on your presenter. Also in my experience it is harder for the presenter to ask you really tough questions when you are not at the end of the telephone and are looking them squarely in the eye.
  4. You would never send out an email or a manuscript without editing and spell checking (one hopes) and similarly you can rehearse and record your interview if you are really interested in hearing what you sound like in advance. Whilst there are no visual clues on the radio as to your personality you will be surprised what a difference it makes to your delivery if you are smiling. Of course if you are talking about death and destruction a certain amount of solemnity is required but generally sounding upbeat and lively will win over the hearts and minds of your listeners.
  5. When in the studio do remember that sometimes the microphone may stay live. There will be a red light by the door which will confirm that one microphone is up at any given time and as you will be sitting close to the presenter you need to be careful of asides that might be inappropriate.
  6. Always ask where the best place to sit is in relation to the microphone, some are very sensitive and you need to remember this if you are going to emphasis a point by raising your voice.
  7. You will be asked to do a sound check if the microphone has not already been set. It is customary to do a quick introduction to yourself and keep talking until told to stop. I usually ask my guests what they had for dinner last night….
  8. The one letter of the alphabet that might catch you out is the “P” – it can pop. Practice any words that start with it.
  9. Make sure that you give a point of contact, most presenters will ask you for a website or a place that people can contact you or ask for listeners to do so through the station. Give those on a card to the interviewer before you start and keep a copy for yourself.
  10. As an author you might consider giving a copy or even three as a prize – radio stations love freebies to give away. If in E-version then free downloads.
  11. If you are doing a telephone interview externally, make sure that you have turned off your own radio – use a landline and switch off your mobile phone. Have the number of the studio to hand in case you are cut off.
  12. Most stations and podcasts will put the interview online and you can ask for that link to be sent to you when it is uploaded. A very valuable addition to your marketing portfolio and should be networked through your blog and social media sites.
  13. Most important.. Where can the listeners buy your book, after all that is why you are here.. YES

Next Saturday – an interview live on camera! Oh my..

©SallyGeorginaCronin – Media Training 2012

Thanks for dropping by and I hope you have found useful… I look forward to your feedback.. Don’t forget if you would like to be a guest on my interviews in the New Year please leave your name in the comments.