Ride the Waves! – Guest Post…

The internet radio air waves, that is…

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It would be my pleasure to hold space for you on my weekly internet radio talk radio program titled:

Tell Me a Story

This is a half an hour where YOU get to share a story with the audience. Could be that you have a book to promote. Maybe you want to share your blog, which is filled with tips and great information. I’m simply thinking of topics that others have shared but I know that you are already pondering what story you can tell.

Who am I?

I am a broadcast radio professional with over 30 years of experience in radio and television.

It has been my pleasure to hold space for hundreds of people in a wide variety of fields who have shared their stories with people all over the world using various programs I have created and hosted. Also, keep in mind that I have trained many people to create their own internet radio networks, so if you are thinking along those lines, let’s get you up and running!

Now, the program IS LIVE on Fridays from 1:30-2pm ET (New York time for those who calculate that way).

I can pre-record for playback at a later date if you absolutely cannot be available at the time of the actual program. Either way, we fly with exactly what we record, there is no stopping and starting, no editing. (gee, Annette, no pressure here).

It is all done over the phone, and is as casual as chat with a friend. Not that we allow ourselves to get sloppy and unfocused, but this isn’t about exposing you, it’s about giving you exposure. I think there’s a difference, don’t you?

The idea is to allow YOU to shine, after all, you ARE a STAR!

The archived podcast will be available for a couple years and you can download the program to use as an audio presentation anywhere you desire. Perhaps you will include it on your blog, or even edit out specific portions to use as sound bites; it’s all good.

So, how does this work?

Well, you contact me via my email, innerchildart (at) yahoo (dot) com and let me know you are interested.

Then we choose a date for your program.

I will ask you to send me a couple jpg files of images I can use for publicity, links to all things, YOU and of course some bio information.

Naturally, I will greatly appreciate a specific topic for this program. Half an hour f-l-i-e-s by, so being purpose driven is vital. Rambling conversations are great for personal phone chats but this program is designed to give YOU some free publicity, so let’s make the most of our time together.

Once we have everything set-up, I will provide a link to you that you can share liberally to promote the program.

This is an easy, fun way to tell “your” story. I don’t bite and I’ve not lost a guest yet.

So connect with me as soon as possible, as I am booking for September and October right NOW!

Come on, you know you want to Tell Me a Story!

You can find and contact me at the following link:

Annette Rochelle Aben


USA  –  UK  –  CA  –  AUS


47 thoughts on “Ride the Waves! – Guest Post…

  1. Hi Annette – one of Terry’s ruffians at Blackheath Dawn here. This is exciting stuff and yes, I would love to get scheduled sometime after October. Good wishes to you on the new startup, will share this on Facebook and on my author site – I look forward to telephone time together.

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  2. Annette, this is a very enticing introduction to your radio program. LOL, but Geoff out did you with the chocolate bath… 😀 Maybe one day I’ll be in “a place” to take you up on this fabulous offer. I’m taking a break for now. Wishing you huge success. Mega hugs.

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