My Date with Roy!

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If seeing is believing, then being there, attached to a microphone, is going to be the moment when I will believe that it really is happening. Since my last blog, I’ve spent a day or two wandering around on cloud nine, enjoying the fresh clear air, and the view of what could be.

The date and the time has been confirmed. I will be on BBC Radio Wales on Monday 10th October at sometime between three and four o’clock. I am so excited, but also very nervous, but definitely more excited than nervous. My journey continues so until then, I shall wait with baited breath for any feedback or news from ‘the’ Nigel Crowle. I wonder if he’s read the first three chapters yet? I do hope that he liked them, as if he didn’t, I’m sure that he will let me know, live on air, in front of the nation! Oh dear, positiveness breeds positiveness, I must keep reminding myself of this.

So, one week next Monday, I have a date with both Roy and Nigel! This will be my opportunity to set ‘Oliver & the Missing Parents’ free from the closet. I suppose this has always been the dream, so perhaps this is the chance that it needs, the opportunity to share it, because after all, ‘Oliver & the Missing Parents’ does not deserve to be locked away on my computer, but to be shared with everyone!

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Yes, go with that. Many congratulations to you, Bev. This has to be very exciting - with a little scary mixed in to liven the mix, no? Have a blast, as they say over this way.

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