Radio Interview with Author Bette A. Stevens this Thursday at Noon
- Maine author Bette A. Stevens talks about her debut novel DOG BONE SOUP live on #RRBC WAVE RAVE “Spotlight Honors” with Rave Reviews Book Club’s radio host Nancy Bell…
- WHEN? Thursday, June 18th, 2015 at 12 noon EST
- WHERE? Right here on BlogTalkRadio
- COME JOIN US!
Call in, Tweet us or just listen in live or later… #RRBC WAVE RAVE host chats with author Bette A. Stevens about her debut novel DOG BONE SOUP. You’re invited to join the conversation right here! http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ravereviewsbookclub/2015/06/18/rrbc-rave-wave-spotlight-honors-with-guest-bette-a-stevens
- DOG BONE SOUP by Bette A. Stevens discounted for 5 days, June 18th through June 22nd. ONLY 99¢ (Retail kindle version $3.99). Grab a copy at YOUR AMAZON and tell your friends.
Thanks for all of your support, Friends. HAPPY READING! ~ Bette A. Stevens
Comments on: "Come join us #RRBC WAVE RAVE RADIO SHOW on Thursday, June 18th at 12 noon" (6)
Hi Bette, I had a doctor’s appointment yesterday when the interview was live but I got to listen today. It was so nice hearing your voice and so cool to have tweets coming in while you spoke. The interview went great and I liked the way Nancy tied in ‘Matilda’ with ‘Dogbone Soup’. All in all it was enjoyable to hear andI’m so glad I was able to today.
Much Love, Micki
Thanks so much for the listen and the love. Hope all is well with you and yours. Dan is recovering nicely from surgery, now for all those follow-ups. At our age, it seems medical appointments are the rule of the day. Sending Much Love right back to you, my dear friend! ❤
Saw this too late. Congrats
You can listen in any time! ❤
Bette, I was out shopping when this came on but got to listen to it after the fact. Great interview. I love the idea of writing these books so that people are aware of the living situation in many homes.
And you sound exactly as I thought you would. You use the word ‘mum’ instead of ‘mom.’ Are you originally from Great Britain?
Hi, Sharon. Thanks bunches for taking time to listen in and leave your thoughtful comment. Born in NY, grew up in CA & NY, my own mother was MOM and later MAMA to me. ‘Mum’ was used in DOG BONE SOUP to represent Henrietta’s unique character in in the story. Thanks for the great question! 🙂