New Interview

Apparently, this interview with Anthony Avina was posted yesterday, but I only just now found out about it. This is probably because I am not a social media regular. Like I don’t log into Twitter or Facebook daily, so I wouldn’t see a feed coming on my screen in front of my face or anything like that. I’d have to get an email from someone. And because I don’t have any notifications set up on any of my social media platforms, that isn’t going to happen automatically, nor do I have social media apps installed on my phone. Yes. You read all of that right.

I can partially blame this on not being very good with using my phone. Not knowing how is partially true. I’d probably be better at it if I used it, but I don’t use it much at all. I don’t know where it is half the time! I sound old, huh? I’m that too, but I just hate phones in general and only use it to check my email when I’m away from my computer. I don’t like to make calls, or take them, unless I absolutely have to.

But I digress.

I hope people like the interview. Some will. Some won’t. The truth is, I’ve managed to keep a few friendships with people who are still in Scientology by keeping quiet, flying under the radar, or just simply not rocking the boat. It’s too late for any of that now. Everyone is dropping like flies. What that saying means, I don’t exactly know. Have you ever tried to kill a fly? They are impossible to smash. They land for a millisecond and quickly fly away before you can whack ’em. They don’t “drop.” Those whipper-snappers.

I want to thank Anthony for giving me all the opportunities on his blog since he’s reviewed my book. Thanks so much, Anthony!

Be well–everybody.

2 thoughts on “New Interview

  1. Katya Riley March 27, 2019 / 6:52 pm

    Carol- You’re a gem, a miracle! I’m so glad I know you – and, reading Shrapnel, I am going to get to know you so much better. Thanks for your honesty – for daring to say it how it’s been. I love you. You’re changing my life in a positive way.

  2. Carol Es March 29, 2019 / 5:03 pm

    You are too much Katya! Thank you for your encouraging words to keep me going. Sometimes it is hard to be honest, but once you step over the line, it becomes something you have to do for the rest of your life.

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