The Scone Tour took me to Irving, Texas where I arrived “camera ready” to tape an episode of Conversations Cafe with Cheryl Nason.
(A bottle of Perrier was the only green thing in the room.) Sitting there was like waiting for a doctor, and I was glad to have a book to read, even if it was My Jane Austen Summer which I’ve read maybe 2 billion times.
Eventually, an assistant ushered me into the studio, a cavernous room focused on a cozy living area, with enough light to double as an operating room.
Everyone was very nice to me, reinforcing my sense of doom, and I was delighted that Cheryl Nason, the show’s talented host, had read my book. Unfortunately, the moment I took the seat next to her, my upper body contracted rigor mortis. If this had been a doctor’s office, someone would have explained what was coming and how much it would hurt. If only I could practice.
If you subscribe to Time Warner Cable in Texas, you can watch this episode of Conversations Cafe on your TV. Or, you can watch it here: http://www.cindysjones.com/cjones-media.htm
*The Scone Tour is my fond name for activities where I share scones and Lily Berry’s Pink Rose Tea in appreciation for book promotion.