December 12, 2006

Book Talk Mid-Week Open Trackbacks

Posted by Adam Graham in : Open Trackbacks

Tonight’s live podcast offers a special opportunity. Andrea will be my guest and we’ll be talking about her two short stories in the upcoming anthology, “Light at the Edge of Darkness.”

Andrea has a real passion for her stories and this will be a fun interview. Here’s how you can participate live at 7 PM MT/6 PM PT:

Here’s what you need to do:

1) Register with TalkShoe

2) Go to my show’s site during the podcast

3) You can join the conversation by calling (724) 444-7444, entering our show ID of 7251 and the PIN Number you selected at the time of registration.

Also, if you’re a blogger and would like to join me for a future program as a guest (and I’ll even take Liberal bloggers) or are interested in getting your own live Talkcast than e-mail me.

Let’s talk.

Now, onto the Party. First, the rules:

1) Post about anything that’s in good taste. No porn, no spam, no profanity.

2) Send me a trackback of any tasteful post you want and as soon as I check my blog, I’ll update this post with your link provided you link back to this thread. If your software won’t allow you to send trackbacks, just use the Wizbang Standalone Pinger
3) Deadline is Sunday at 11:00 PM MT. Further trackbacks won’t be posted after that time.

For your convenience here’s today’s link and the trackback:

http://adamsweb.us/blog/htsrv/trackback.php/2884

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2 Comments

  1. Comment by Dean [Visitor]

    I liked the “Random Facts About Poinsettias”, very cognitive:)

  2. Comment by Tony [Visitor]

    Today’s winner is Palm Beach County Judge Jorge Labarga.

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