Confetti Park is a children’s media workshop, weekly radio program and podcast based out of New Orleans and hosted by Katy Hobgood Ray. Confetti Park features stories and music spun in Louisiana. By sharing stories, music, and culture, Confetti Park helps build community. Studio performances, interviews, music medleys, story time, jokes, and a bit of lagniappe make Confetti Park a fun and entertaining program. I was fortunate to be interviewed by Katy about my book, God from A to Z, and preform the audio book reading for her program. Click the link below to hear the story time podcast from July 15th.
Confetti Park Story Time -- God from A to Z by Robin House
As Ike and I travelled through Nashville, Tennessee in early June I had an opportunity to meet with representatives of 21st Century Christian about carrying my book. They are both a publisher and retailer of Christian books and resources. My God from A to Z book and CD will be included in the next 21st Century Christian catalog coming out this fall for the 2018 calendar year.
While in Danville, Kentucky for The Great American Brass Band Festival and The Great American Balloon Race, I met with Rob Kernodle, the minister of the Westend Church of Christ. He was very pleased about how the book is designed and can be used in Bible classes and the curriculum guide. I appreciate him sharing the book.
Analytics on the first three months since the release of the music CD, God from A to Z, reveal that Jennifer McMullen's arrangements and vocals are being streamed around the world including Switzerland, The Netherlands, Japan, Malaysia, United Kingdom, Brazil, Australia, Philippines, Singapore, and Hong Kong. I'm so glad that God is being praised with this music in so many countries.
Also in June, Tom Pace invited me to be his guest for a thirty-minute Comcast channel six television interview show about my book, God from A to Z and CD. It aired four times during the month of June in the Shreveport area. Thanks Tom!
On June 15th, I had the privilege to share the back story about my book for the first time with a local Rotary Club. It was an honor to speak to and meet their members.
Life is a journey.