Posts Tagged ‘Lette’s Chat’

My friend Carlette found my previous blog entry about the book “The Vampire Slayers’ Field Guide to the Undead” intriguing, so she decided to make it the subject of one of her blog talk radio broadcasts. And she graciously (foolishly?) asked me to sit in. Give it a listen if you want:–all-about-vampires

Sonny Nardone III works as a stage hypnotist and decorates human skulls. But hey … who doesn’t? Yep, Sonny’s a very interesting guy. And my delightful and talented friend Carlette Norwood Ritter was kind enough to let me sit in (metaphorically speaking) on an interview with him for her blog talk radio show, “Lette’s Chat.” Check it out here:

If you read this blog regularly, you’ll know I’m absolutely shameless about plugging works by my many talented friends. But in my defense, I will say that I wouldn’t steer you wrong. If their work gets a mention on here, that means I think it’s genuinely good. (If it sucks, I just won’t mention it and change the subject should they bring it up. “Plug your interpretive-dance-based performance art piece on my blog? Yeah, that’s … uh … Hey! Are the Buffalo wings here any good?”)

So anyway, I’m really psyched that one of my all-time favorite bloggers is expanding her blog, “Lette’s Chat,” to a talk radio format. The “Lette” in question is Carlette Norwood Ritter. I got to know her by reading and commenting on her blog, and I was delighted when she took an interest in mine. She’s a very smart, witty person, and her blog is consistently thought-provoking and entertaining. So is her new talk radio show.

She’s got a background in radio and it shows. The broadcasts are professionally done, featuring interesting guests and topics. Give it a listen. Here’s the link:

And here’s the Facebook page: