Music Production: Marc Urselli

For anyone interested in the production and record engineering side of music, here’s a good interview with Marc Urselli.

Here, There, Everywhere: Behind the Scenes with Marc Urselli

‘Marc Urselli is in demand.

To date, he’s wrapped up 3 Grammy Award wins and 6 nominations. Marc’s portfolio includes work with artists such as U2, Foo Fighters, Nick Cave, Lou Reed, Sting, Keith Richards, Kesha, Jeff Beck, Les Paul, Buddy Guy, Luther Vandross, Børns, The Black Crowes, and a plethora of other artists spread across the rock, pop, metal, jazz, experimental, avant garde, new music, urban, electronica and classical music arenas’.


Suzan managed to get an online interview with the successful Indian author Sandhya Menon, who now lives and works in America. You can read that interview in the link, and discover more about her books too.

Magical BookLush

Hello people. I am here to welcome you to the much-awaited interview of Sandhya Menon, an author who wrote many books like When Dimple Met Rishi series,From Twinkle, with Love and many more awesome books. I was given the opportunity to interview her, so here I am with the interview questions. So without any further ado let’s start with today’s post, shall we?

There will be 3 parts of this post:

  1. Introduction to the author.
  2. Post related to the author.
  3. The interview questions.

So let’s start with the introduction to the author.

About Sandhya Menon.

Sandhya Menonis anIndian Americanauthor based inColorado, USA. She is the author ofNew York TimesbestsellerWhen Dimple Met RishiandFrom Twinkle, with Love. Menon grew up inIndiaand is a die-hard fan ofBollywoodfilms. She moved to the US fromIndiawhen she was fifteen years old.She had a hard time growing up in two different cultures and says that…

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I am reblogging this from Felicity’s site as a warning. If you ever think about doing a blog interview, read this first.


garbage-4090382_1920Two years ago I interviewed a well known author who objected to the verbatim written form of their verbal statements. It put me in a difficult position since I did not agree with them about their representation of the veracity of the interview.

 Looking back two years later at our emails I see we were arguing over what the author thought they had said, and what in fact I had written down, after I had carefully reviewed and transcribed our conversation.

As a result and as they requested I agreed not to publish the verbatim Q & A..

 I was in a difficult position however since I had spent a lot of time preparing for the interview, and also on conducting it, thus I decided to use some of the material I had collected.  I took it and wrote a comparative critique between the two of us drawing parallel…

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