A few months ago I met with the delightful (and delightfully named) Rosemary Lane from Loyola Press, who was in Boston filming some of their authors. We met up at St Ignatius Church and I read a few of my blog posts, and then she asked if we could chat, on camera.
On the surface I was all “oh no! Little old me?” and just under the surface I was all “crap I didn’t prepare for this what if I come off sounding like a goon” and way below the surface, deep inside I was all “YES I LOVE WHEN PEOPLE LISTEN TO ME TALK”.
I wasn’t sure what would ever come of that video, so I tried to put it out of my mind and not panic about sounding like a goon. Happily, I found out recently that it would be featured as part of the Arts and Faith series on LoyolaPress.com.
Major kudos to Rosemary whose editing magic took out all the goon and kept the fun stuff. She’s a treasure! So head on over to LoyolaPress.com to read about The Opera Diva Who Sings in Church. And be sure to read the wonderful stories of the other featured artists too!