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What Goodreads reviewers are saying about "Equal and Opposite Reactions":
"It's Hallmark meets the Sopranos in this fun and engaging read."
"The characters are well developed with lots of sass, drama and wicked humor."
"The characters were hilariously and perfectly flawed."
"Cleverly plotted and exceptionally well written... part drama and part slapstick comedy."
When we arrived at the ABC studio,
As the room was pretty crowded and all the seats taken - it appeared that this was the waiting room for other TV show folks besides those appearing on Windy City Live - the production assistant took us across the hall to wait in what appeared to be a filming studio not in use at the moment.
"No," the friendly TV make-up artist assured us, "I'll just put a little more on."
We also chatted a bit with a nice lady from the corporate sales department,
When it was Claire's turn to be interviewed our friendly production assistant returned and brought us back to the Windy City Live studio.
Now, when watching a TV show one sees only the people on whom the camera is trained. However while the show was in progress the studio was filled with people: camera people, people working sound, people with clipboards, people standing and walking around. And, of course, the studio audience.
My understanding had been that I could watch Claire's interview from one of the side stages, but apparently there was an empty seat in the audience, so they squeezed me into the audience.
Here's the link to Claire's Windy City Live interview, if anyone would like to watch it:
After Claire's interview was over they invited me up to the stage for a photo op. Val and Ryan were lovely, very gracious and cordial.
Then we were on our way, .joining all the rest of the cold Chicagoans while we walked back to the train.
...joining all the rest of the cold Chicagoans while we walked back to the train.
...and my totally awesome rare mushroom and Swiss burger with potatoes.
...she stopped to salt the steps and sidewalk for the folks who live in the building across the courtyard from her house.