I now have two weeks of the daily radio show under my belt! Needless to say, it’s been a bit of a challenge to fit two hours of live radio into my schedule, given that I have six kids and I homeschool, but we’re making it work.
There have been a few bumps in the road, like when I showed up at a conference in Portland with no books because I forgot to send them there…
…But mostly everything is going smoothly. Now that I’m in a rhythm with the show, I’m experimenting with different segments and topics and really finding my groove.
I can’t wait for you to hear what I’ve been up to! If you don’t have SiriusXM or haven’t been able to tune in, you can listen to a few highlights from last week right here!
And I’ll do this regularly: Each week I will release a “best of” podcast with a few segments from that week’s shows. To get a notice each time a new collection is released, subscribe to the Jennifer Fulwiler Show podcast on iTunes or on an app like Podcruncher (it’s free!)
In the collection below from recent shows, you’ll hear me…
- Explain why bachelor parties have no place in a sacrifice-free culture
- Read Little Red Riding Hood in gender-neutral language
- Compare owning a Flying Spaghetti Monster bumper sticker with walking around with your fly unzipped
- Interview John Carmichael, the author of my new favorite book, Drunks and Monks
I’m particularly excited for you to hear the John Carmichael interview, because I believe that Drunks and Monks is our generation’s Seven Storey Mountain. I know that’s a bold statement, but I stand by it. It is the breathtaking memoir of an entertainment lawyer’s descent into alcoholism and his painful, rocky road to redemption. I cannot recommend it highly enough. Make this your next read. Trust me.
I hope you have as much fun listening to these segments as I had creating them!
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