03-11-2007 10:54 AM - edited 03-11-2007 10:54 AM
tonight's interview isn't listed.
Is there something I've missed? It definitely says here (below) that I can listen live over the internet
I'm in England and staying up until midnight to listen in, so I'm getting all the info now on how to listen over the internet. I want to be able to go straight to it, without a mad panic because I can't find the right link
Message Edited by Ch-Janet on 03-11-200710:55 AM
03-11-2007 12:37 PM
Then bloody swords and armor should not be:" Thomas Campion
03-11-2007 01:50 PM
The previous interview can be listened to on-line so Leigh's will be up there sometime after the broadcast, I expect--not sure how soon though.
03-11-2007 05:47 PM
take care, Lynne.
03-12-2007 11:15 AM
The interview is still available for listening. In fact, Rachelle's set it up so when you go to her page, Chatting with Chase, it plays automatically. In fact, I'm listening to it now (and thinking about what else I wish I'd said...)
You can get to it through my website at www.leighmichaels.com -- the link leads you to Rachelle's page where you can listen.
The direct link is http://www.rachellechase.com/ChattingWithLeigh.htm
It was fun, and I hope you'll enjoy it!
03-12-2007 12:18 PM
Also, if you were listening live, the program cut off exactly at the one-hour mark, but the replay is complete.
I hope you'll enjoy it! And if listening brings up other questions, let's talk about them here.
03-12-2007 02:56 PM - edited 03-12-2007 02:56 PM
I especially liked hearing Leigh's comments on the selection of first paragraphs that people had sent in. (Some people have strange ideas on what constitutes a paragraph. One was around 1,000 words! )
I find opening paragraphs so difficult to write. First you have to ask yourself if yours is intruguing enough (I know mine isn't) then you have to ask if you've started the book too soon and should cut chapter one and begin with chapter 2.
Maybe we could have a critique thread on these boards, just on openings? (Maybe a set amount of words rather than a paragraph?)We could start by pooling our ideas on what makes a good opening?
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03-12-2007 06:37 PM