Interviews

From the Vaults: Genre Focus: Romance

From the Vaults: Genre Focus: Romance

The definition of relationship is the way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected. One of the definitions of romance, is a work of fiction dealing with events remote from real life. In other words, romance is a lie, not real life.

Genre Focus–Mystery/Police Procedural

Genre Focus–Mystery/Police Procedural

  Thanks to bensound.com for the intro and outro music. No show notes this week. Please listen or watch the podcast. Thanks!

Project Publication: Who is Harrison Sawyer

Project Publication: Who is Harrison Sawyer

  Thanks to bensound.com for the intro and outro music. ASK THE AUTHOR: What are five flaws that will keep an agent or editor from considering your manuscript? Jacqueline Patterson AARON: I think, if you asked five different authors or editors or publishers this question, […]

Wildcard: Non-Fiction Writing for Fiction Writers

Wildcard: Non-Fiction Writing for Fiction Writers

Thanks to bensound.com for the intro and outro music. Ask the Author: Bruce Brady via aarongansky.com: Do you feel 3 or 4 POVs in a middle grade novel are too many? Aaron: Great question, Bruce, especially since we just finished talking about POV last week. […]

Intuitive Writing vs. Outlining

Intuitive Writing vs. Outlining

[box] [/box] Welcome back, Loyal Listeners! This week we’re joined by literary agent and author Dave Fessenden to talk about the pros and cons of outlining and intuitive writing. As always, you can listen above, or watch below. Be sure to subscribe and to leave […]

Roundtable Discussion–Live from BRMCWC

Roundtable Discussion–Live from BRMCWC

I tell people to copy the masters. Not to plagiarize, but to study the masters, to see what they do, to analyze them. When you can copy the technique, your skill will develop. But you need to remember that you need to bring your own voice, your own vision, to develop your own story.

Author Spotlight: Barbara Kois

Author Spotlight: Barbara Kois

[box] It’s been quite some time since I’ve brought you an Author Spotlight, but I wanted to make sure my readers get an opportunity to hear from Barbara Kois. She is a writer, an editor, an author coach, a corporate communication consultant, and a speechwriter. […]

Dave Fessenden: Author and Agent

Dave Fessenden: Author and Agent

[box][/box] Welcome back, all! We’ve got a special treat for you this week. Dave Fessenden, author and agent, joins us to talk about his book The Case of the Exploding Speakeasy and his job as a literary agent. As an author, editor, and agent, his […]

Christian Devotions Speak UP! Interview

Christian Devotions Speak UP! Interview

[box][/box] Recently, I had the privilege of chatting with Scott McCausey, host of Christian Devotions Speak UP! We talked a bit about my book, and about my ministries in general. Would love if you listened. As always, I’d love to hear your thoughts. As always, […]

Aaron Talks About The Bargain

Aaron Talks About The Bargain

[box][/box] Hey Firsts in Fiction listeners! On this week’s cast, I talk about my new book, The Bargain. Steve asks some good questions. No show notes this week, since we’re not really talking much about the craft of fiction. Hope you enjoy the interview. You […]