Self-promotion is an exercise to which, perhaps, extroverts are better suited than I. What I know for sure is that doing the writing is far easier than attempting to recommend the result. For that reason I am indebted to those who express interest in my work, those who endorse it.
In her years of doing the Outspoken Cyclist, Diane Lees has proven to be a gifted interviewer, a Terry Gross for the two-wheel set. I always enjoy talking with her, whether it’s in person or by phone. Being interviewed by her is less an opportunity to promote myself than an opportunity to chat with a friend and colleague.
However, this is an occasion where I believe she’s done me a serious favor. Our interview concerns my book “Why We Ride,” and the effort that went into the pieces that comprise it. She even invited me to read one of the pieces from the book. The personal nature of so much of this book makes it even more difficult for me to promote, so I’m grateful to Diane for drawing me out.
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