Category Archives: Media

Double story fun: Radio NZ storytelling

Relax and listen to a story or two. Check out the most recent two episodes of ‘Moon Over Martinborough’ on Radio NZ.

Part 7: CJ wants a pet pig (6:14)
CJ announces that he wants a pet pig, and I absolutely refuse. Of course CJ prattles on about the pig for some time, and I finally give in.

Part 8: Old Man Henry fades (5:20)
Our geriatric rooster starts laying on our hen’s eggs, and I know something’s wrong.

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TVNZ’s Breakfast visits the Moon

Jared Gulian standing in an olive grove“We think we need to fly you to Auckland,” Jennifer said on the phone. She’s my publicist at Random House New Zealand.

“What for?” I asked.

“To be on TVNZ’s Breakfast. They want to talk to you.”

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Tilly Lloyd reviews Moon Over Martinborough

Tilly Lloyd: Image credit CHRIS SKELTON-FairfaxNZ

Image credit: Chris Skelton FairfaxNZ

Tilly Lloyd is the Book Goddess of Unity Books, an award-winning independent bookshop in Wellington and one of my most favorite bookstores on the planet. She reviewed my book on Newstalk ZB the other day. Follow the link  to hear the 5-minute chat.

Newstalk ZB – Tilly Lloyd reviews ‘Moon’

Book launch media roundup

Jared Gulian reading at the Moon Over Martinborough book launchToday is the biggest full moon of 2013 — a Supermoon as it’s called. So I’m publishing a Superpost. I’m listing all the incredible things that have happened since I launched my book with Random House New Zealand on 7 June.

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‘Moon’ Featured on WordPress.com

Moon through the apple treeWhen a major international software organization decides it wants to interview you, you thank the universe. Or at least I did.

WordPress.com, my blogging software, has just published a feature article about ‘Moon over Martinborough’ becoming a book from Random House New Zealand.

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Interview about expat life in New Zealand

Books on a tableA while back, ‘Moon Travel Guides’ approached me and asked if they could interview me for the new edition of their book, ‘Living Abroad in New Zealand’.

Well, with a name like ‘Moon Travel Guides,’ how could I say no? Read the interview here.

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