#60 – WTF, (Where’s The Fire?)

If you’ve listened to many of my stories, you know that there is always a surprise right around the corner. If you’re a firefighter, you know how surprising some of the calls we all respond to can be. You NEVER really know what you’re likely to find once you arrive on scene. No two calls are ever the same. And today’s story is about a fire that certainly wasn’t the same as most.

Thanks to all of you listeners. Through your listening, the website gets more and more traffic. Some of my stories will be included in an audiobook expected to come out this spring. This isn’t my book but a netflix channel and blog are including a story or two of mine. TheMeatEaters.com has a TV show on netflix as well as podcasts. Now they’re coming out with an audiobook that will feature stories about the dangers of the great outdoors. I’ll keep you posted on that one.

A few months ago, I was included in a podcast series called, How to Save a Planet. The particlar podcast I was on was all about the wildfires this past summer and how we got into the predicament we’er in now. For this topic, please listen to episode #53 about the california fires.

Until my own book comes out, which will be more my life than just fire stories, I hope you’ll keep listening to these stories giving you a glimpse into the life of a firefighter. Thanks to everyone.

Episode 60, WTF-Where’s the Fire, BobbieOnFire.com, November 13, 2020

2 thoughts on “#60 – WTF, (Where’s The Fire?)

  1. Enjoy the stories – this fireplace tale is a new twist for me. Here’s a bit of advice from our writing experience …. You will find a huge number of not very savvy scammers willing to take your money to promote your book for you. If you do decide to hire someone to do promotion, be sure to check them first through “Writer Beware” on the net. Almost companies are listed, but charge big bucks for little return. Take care. Good Luck!

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