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Our Inaugural Zoom Chat with Author Jennifer Johannesen!

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Our Inaugural Zoom Chat with Author Jennifer Johannesen!

This is a video post with the first Book Club Chat, ever.

The Lit League Disability Book & Movie Club picked No Ordinary Boy by Jennifer Johannesen for our October read.

We tried out a Zoom meeting for the first time to chat with Jennifer about the book.

This was my first Zoom book chat, and I made a lot of mistakes. The biggest one is that the microphone that I thought I had hooked up correctly, wasn’t.

So you can’t really hear me, and I also did not set up the transcriptions correctly from Zoom from the start.

BUT: Jennifer is a pro and had her mic set perfectly, and when I uploaded the video file to YouTube, the auto captions took over.

I think you will enjoy this.

An Interview with Jennifer Johannesen

I am so grateful to Jennifer for this meeting.

For those of you reading who read the book, you can still chat with Rae and the rest of the Club about it on Zoom, Round Two:

  • Wednesday, October 23rd
  • 8:30pm EASTERN

Meriah Nichols is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: No Ordinary Boy, Chat #2 with Rae
Time: Oct 23, 2019 08:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 245 765 978
Password: ordinary

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