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Promoting Journey Radio

I'm pleased to report that progress on my book has been much faster than I thought it would be. It really is starting to take shape: I finished the third draft three or four days ago and sent it off for feedback, and today I made a tentative start on draft four. At over 28000 words, it's probably about as long as I want it to be, and more or less tells the tale I want to tell. It's just a case of tweeking it a bit, before moving on to the second part of my plan (more on that in due course).

Now that that project can be put on the back burner (I'll still work on it, just not as intensely) I can start other things alongside it. I had a bit of an idea today. Lyn had a delivery: she had had some stickers made to advertise her online radio station, Journey Radio, and they came in the post today. Of course, L instantly set about putting them up wherever she could, including in the Cafe in the park.That gave me an idea.

What we need is some kind of promotional event. Maybe Michael would let us use his cafe - in an evening, perhaps - for some kind of gig where Lyn could show off her radio station to people. The public could come, have a coffee, and listen to Lyn do a mix as she does on Journey. It would certainly attract more listeners. I could even ask matt B to help me film the event; the resulting film would promote Lyn's work even further. It's just an embryonic idea at the moment, and I have yet to pitch it to mike, but I have a feeling it could eventually grow into something awesome.

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