Trundlebed Tales, the official website of yours truly Sarah S.
Uthoff, has just launched a Blog Talk Radio Show. I’m planning on doing
approximately two episodes a month. I’m going to focus on Laura Ingalls
Wilder, but also discuss one-room schools, historic foodways, and
other related social history subjects.
So far I’ve done two episodes. You can stream them at any time for this website or check them out on iTunes.
If you want to hear it live or participate you can connect in a couple of different ways.
You can stream live when it’s on this website and also participate in a live chat.
You can also call in to (714) 242-5253 or toll free 1-877-633-9389
and listen through your phone. If you call in, you can either just listen or you talk to me live.
Can't wait to meet up with you in the next Trundlebed Tales!
Sarah S. Uthoff blogs at TrundleBed Tales; look for her on Twitter and YouTube and Blog Talk Radio
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