Thursday, June 11, 2009

BlogTalk Radio Show with Mary Kay Andrews & Giveaway

A few weeks ago, I was so excited to receive an ARC of THE FIXER-UPPER by Mary Kay Andrews. I have enjoyed a few of her novels and I think she's a fantastic writer of fun Southern fiction.

On Tuesday, June 16th, at 3:00 p.m. EST, Ms. Andrews will be appearing on BlogTalk Radio. You can set a reminder for the show here. I've listened to one of her shows in the past and I thought she was very entertaining. Here's a brief summary of this show:

Virginia Stanley, Director of Library Marketing at Harper Collins interviews New York Times bestselling author Mary Kay Andrews who will discuss her latest publication, THE FIXER UPPER. This is a stand-along novel about a woman whose professional fall from grace lands her back in a hometown she never knew, amongst a gothic Southern family she’s never met, and taking on a task she never imagined. This is a sassy and once-in-a-while poignant look at small town Southern life, as only Mary Kay Andrews can tell it.

Harper Collins we will now be giving away 25 books to readers who write into the show or e-mail them with a question for Mary Kay Andrews. Questions can either be submitted via phone or email. Winner will be selected randomly, and the giveaway ends on June 16th.

Here's how it works:

If you want to ask a question by phone:

Listeners need to go to the webpage: where they will see the call-in number displayed: (347) 826-9690. You can simply call that number to ask a question. When you’re on the air, remember to turn down the volume on your computer.

Or, if you'd rather ask a question via e-mail:

You need to type it in the "Chat" section which will appear on the lower left-hand side of the screen. To send questions via the chat, you need to register first on the site prior to the show. (Do not enter questions into the "comments" section because that section is for comments after the show.)


gautami tripathy said...

Like that title!

Beth F said...

I've never read any of her books, but I have one or two on audio waiting to be listened to.