15 Years of Serial Fiction: ASF’s Anniversary Podcast, Part 2 (first installment)

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15 Years of Serial Fiction: ASF's Anniversary Podcast, Episode #002aHello again, all! It’s podcast time again, and this month I’ve got a two-part podcast (did you really think I’d be anything but longwinded? Moi?) answering more questions from readers and announcing the winners of the ASF Fourth Season Survey contest!

The bulk of the episode (both parts — the second half will be posted on Jan 31) is devoted to questions related to how much I deviate from my plans, whether it’s due to reader feedback, external situations, or my own changing mind. In this first half, a multi-part question from Sara finds me ruminating on just how bad some of my initial instincts can be, why it’s important to be willing to change mid-storyline when I realize I’m making a big mistake, the weird way Ian and Danielle’s twisted relationship came about, and why Tristan nearly had an affair with–oops, no no no, that would be spoiling the podcast! 🙂 All in all you might be surprised to hear how certain major storylines could have ended up quite different from their final version… and thank heavens for all of us that they didn’t.

Since Sara’s question had so many aspects to it… and because I really am crazy talkative… the second half of this episode will be posted separately.

As always, the theme music is, of course, ASF’s own theme (from 2001 – 2012), “Hell’s Bells,” by Dennis M. Reed, as seen in our opening trailer.

Thanks to Sara, and stay tuned for the second part of the episode coming up tomorrow! Please let me know what you think here or on the ASF Forum or on the Mailing List or just via email.

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About Kira Lerner

I'm the co-creator and writer of the webserial About Schuyler Falls, as well as other works filled with suspense, romance, rich characterization, and a dash of (usually dark) humor. My published novels are Fierce Moon, Night Wolf, Tropical Treasure and Seduction Games, with two upcoming book series in progress: a YA fantasy quintet and a trilogy of paranormal romantic suspense novels. I'm also a developmental editor, copy editor/writer, and web designer; I administer the EpiGuide community for webfiction and webseries, co-host the EpiCast podcast focusing on serialized webfiction (available on iTunes and Stitcher), and run WeSeWriMo, the annual writing marathon for web-based serials.

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I'm the co-creator and writer of the webserial About Schuyler Falls, as well as other works filled with suspense, romance, rich characterization, and a dash of (usually dark) humor. My published novels are Fierce Moon, Night Wolf, Tropical Treasure and Seduction Games, with two upcoming book series in progress: a YA fantasy quintet and a trilogy of paranormal romantic suspense novels. I'm also a developmental editor, copy editor/writer, and web designer; I administer the EpiGuide community for webfiction and webseries, co-host the EpiCast podcast focusing on serialized webfiction (available on iTunes and Stitcher), and run WeSeWriMo, the annual writing marathon for web-based serials.

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