RADIO GAGA – LISTEN TO MY LIVE INTERVIEW

radioThis week marks a milestone for me as, for the very first time, I shall be appearing on radio to talk about the paperback release of my book, The Bumpkinton Tales: Volume One.

Eek, exciting, but also nerve-wracking! I shall be appearing on The Frank Carlyle Show on Mersey Radio at around 20:15 GMT on Monday 20th June 2016. Right slap bang in the middle of the Slovakia vs England game, though clearly my interview is far more important than a football match!

I don’t live in Liverpool, I can’t tune in,” you might be saying. Well, good news, through the magic of technology you’ll be able to listen to the show online as I attempt to not mumble and stumble my way through promoting my works. Yes, it felt like a brilliant idea at the time, but as it draws near I can’t help but feel anxious. I’m sure everybody goes through this, heck, famous people go through it on a daily basis, but this is my first time ever talking about my work to listeners over the air waves, so I’m a bit nervy, but I’ll be fine.

If you’d like to listen in then just pop to the website below and tune in at 20:00 GMT (I don’t know the exact time I’m on but I have to be logged into the station by 8:15 so it should be then or not long after). If you’ve never heard my dulcet tones before, hold on to your hats for a voice that what can only be described as ‘A superb blend of smooth silky sexiness mixed with a bit of Karl Pilkington‘. An opportunity clearly not to be missed.

Listen to Radio Mersey Live Here

I’d like to thank Frank Carlyle and Jason Pinnington for the opportunity to appear on the show and Jason will also put up a You Tube link after which I will post on here when it’s up.

To follow the stations Twitter feed, just follow them at @merseyradio

About mattdrzymala

My name is Matthew Drzymala. My main genre is Humour and I am the author of the comedy book series, The Bumpkinton Tales.That's not all I do, however. I also have a dark, psychological drama story called Brainstorm and I am currently working on a book for children.
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