Confessions Of A Boy-Crazy Girl Goes LIVE

“Stories, stories, stories,” Nancy Leigh DeMoss coached me as we adjusted our microphones, took one more sip of water, and set the clock.

This was my first radio interview ever about my new book, Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl: On Her Journey from Neediness to Freedom. I didn’t feel ready; I’d been warned I should have some local radio interviews under my belt before ever doing a national one. But that hadn’t been possible, so what could I do?

Turned out, God knew what He was doing. (He always does!) While Revive Our Hearts is a national radio program, Nancy Leigh DeMoss is a friend, and it’s so much easier to share freely with a good friend, don’t you agree?

As soon as we started talking, all apprehension lifted. For three hours we talked like friends do, and then we turned out the studio lights and went back to normal life. I did a few more book interviews, heard the editors were tweaking and the transcriptionists were transcribing . . . and now, here it is!

Today you can listen to or read part one of Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl on Revive Our Hearts. Enjoy!

About Author

Paula Marsteller

Paula no longer tries to catch guys’ attention by swallowing live goldfish, arm wrestling, and jumping down flights of stairs. (She’s married to a wonderful man now!) She spends her days caring for her son, Iren, and writing for Revive Our Hearts. She’s the author of Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl: On Her Journey from Neediness to Freedom, and she and her family live in New York. You can catch all her writing on

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