You may remember a contretemps I had with the American Family Assn. for using some of my work without attribution (see my Dec. 8 post, “I Hit the Big-Time, Sort Of”).
Well, this has been resolved. I have been invited to be on Tim Wildmon‘s AFA radio show, live, to talk about my books. I’ve done radio interviews before, but never on this scale–200 stations will air the show, and I’ll be on for 20 minutes. The tentative date is Feb. 20, 10 a.m. CST. I’ll let you know if it gets changed. Thanks to my friend Bob Knight, columnist for The Washington Times and Townhall.com, for his good offices as a mediator.
As far as I’m concerned, this interview will be strictly business. I will absolutely not talk about the magic trick with which I mystified my wife last night–chopping a new pencil in half with a $1 bill. (If any of you know how this is done, don’t blab the secret.) Nor will I discuss our Moral Imbecile-in-Chief, Imaginary Climate Change, or or any of those other topics known for pushing me over the top.
I do hope, though, that he doesn’t ask me how long it takes to write a book.