The Voice: Ms. Wade, thanks for returning. So, at our last visit we discussed your book Beads on a String-America's Racially Intertwined Biographical History. I have one quick questions before we continue with the interview. Could you have made the title any longer?
Interviewer & author laughs.
Ms. Wade: I probably could have. I was really trying to just fit the concept into the title. I like it though, but am always open to change.
The Voice: I visited your other site 'Wade-In Publishing' and the blog and was very impressed. While there I noticed a download for the book in a multi-media format and so I downloaded it.
Holds up cover of book
Ms. Wade: And what did you think?
The Voice: I like the page turning effects and the videos. What I enjoyed the most were the hyper linking abilities. Is the book available in print form?
Ms. Wade: Not at the moment. At least not in traditional format. It is available in a 'binding format" for when I have speaking engagements or venue sales.
The Voice: Well, Ms. Wade I see our time is up. Will you be able to return again? I really want to ask you some questions pertaining to home-schooling.
Ms. Wade: I'm always up for an interview. Especially in such a comfortable chair. Just give me a time and a date and I'll be here.
The Voice: Okay. Tomorrow. Same time. same place.
Ms. Wade: Sounds like a plan.
Ms. Wade stands, shakes the interviewers proffered hand and exits the room.
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