If you follow me on Facebook and/or Twitter, you know I’m the producer of Aaron Gansky’s Firsts in Fiction Podcast. Aaron and his pops, Alton Gansky, are the hosts. I get to call him “Pops” too because I collect parents. It’s just what I do. And if you’ve seen the podcast, you’ll know there’s times I’m kinda glad we’re not really related. But I digress.
So. The Firsts in Fiction Podcast Team. Right. Yes. That’s us. Together, we discuss how to write better fiction.
Recently we made a change or two, and streamlined the location. Previously, you would need to follow each weekly link. And sometimes Google Hangouts would drop it so we’d reset it, leaving our regular viewers searching for it like keys left in a coat pocket.
So a few weeks ago the gents got together and found a way to mainstream the podcast to Aaron’s website. That’s it. One link. Forever.
But wait, there’s more!
I also added a widget to my blog here. It’s the little photo on the right sidebar that looks a bit like this:
And by added, I mean I researched, wrote code, and built a photo-click widget all on my own. [This is where you applaud politely at my attempts to be tech-savvy.] [This is where I blush and wave. No, no. Really. Stop. You’re too much. Really.]
So if you forget to go to http://aarongansky.com/firsts-in-fiction-live/, you can just click on my sidebar photo of the FiF Team. Awesome sauce, right?
You got (writing fiction) questions? We got (writing fiction) answers. Each week we answer a question from our viewers in our “Ask the Authors” feature. You can leave your questions on any of our social media pages.
And we do our best to bring you
quality entertainment family dysfunction helpful information on how to write better fiction. And, well, yeah. All that other stuff, too.
So join us live every Tuesday night at 6:30 pm PST.
Firsts in Fiction: Your first stop for learning to write fantastic fiction.
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And Frankly, My Dear . . . That’s all she wrote!