Monday, March 24, 2008

Week #3 Podcast - Supernatural Events and Why This Topic?

Hello. This week when you listen to the Guerrilla Season podcast you'll hear about some supernatural things that started to happened to author Pat Hughes as she wrote the novel. She will also answer one of the most commonly asked questions on the blog during the project: "Why did you decide to write about Missouri and this particular time period?".

To listen just click on the direct link and it will play on your computer. You may also download to your computer and listen on your i-Pod or MP3 player.

Direct link to listen to Guerrilla Season Podcast #3 - Supernatural Events and Why This Topic? - MP3 Format - 13:30 Minutes

Please leave your answer below by click on the "comments" link and then responding using your pen name under your comment and then selecting "anonymous" Please use correct grammar and remember to not include your first and last name.


Anonymous said...

I found the Guerrilla Season book both interesting and a good read, though the beginning lacked a real eyecatcher to make me want to read it.

Anonymous said...

I love the book even though i am in the middle of it i really enjoy reading this book in the morning.


Anonymous said...

Guerrila Season is a great book even though im not really interested in this kind of things. But this book really changed my mind about this subject. I am starting to get real interested in the Civil war more.


Anonymous said...

WOW! That's really interesting about your supernatural encounters. I know that I have ironic encounters like that too. For example, I weighed 6 pounds 11 ounces when I was born and I was born on 6/11/94. It's really weird! And it seems everytime I look at a clock it's something 11!

Anonymous said...

At first i really wasnt looking forward to this project but when i started reading the book i started to like it. I also think its cool that we can do this with other school and talk to the author.


Anonymous said...

The cavern that you talked about i've actually been to there!

i'm cool

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed Guerrilla Season a lot. It had interesting characters and kept you in suspense as to what he would choose to do in the end. It also left you hanging on what happened to Jesse, his family, and the journey to the North-East.

G6 sylvaina

Anonymous said...

I think it is a good idea because you know if they are reading it.


Anonymous said...

I am also half way through the book and I like how you explain how the crop is doing. I also find that Jesse is somewhat stubborn when Matt is around Union people.


Anonymous said...

I think guerrilla season is a good story that helps explain the war from the perspective of a regular person. i also like how the story takes place in Missouri. i am glad i read it but if i didn't have to read it i probably wouldnt just because i would have gave up in the beginning because it was boring. but overall good book.


Anonymous said...

I loved the book write a sequel and this time dont make the ending sad like it was please give an ending for all charcters.


Anonymous said...

I thought I would recommend the book although the beggining was pretty slow.

Popcorn Fairy

Anonymous said...

At first when I started reading this book I wasn't really interested in it. But after I started getting into it, I got more and more interested as I went on.