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Jeff & Will's Big Gay Fiction Podcast

Jeff & Will’s Big Gay Fiction Podcast is for readers and writers of gay romance fiction. If you can read it, write it, watch it or listen to it, we’ll talk about it.
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Feb 27, 2017

Jeff opens with details of his week, which included editing, writing and plotting.

The guys discussed the just announced closing of Prism Book Alliance.

Jordan Nasser's third book in the Home is a Fire series came out late last week. Jeff and Will are excited to read The Fire Inside. To celebrate the release, Jordan is offering podcast listeners to win Amazon ebooks of the first two installments in the series--Home is a Fire and The Fire Went Wild. A Rafflecopter is below to enter.

The show's new patron, Olivia, is thanked. Patrons are reminded to leave questions for the March bonus episode on Patreon.

Jeff & Will look forward to ABC's premiere of When We Rise this week. Jeff looks back on last week's episode of This Is Us. Plus they talk about an NYC concert presentation of Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City: The Musical coming in March.

Michael Scott Garvin is interviewed about his debut novel, A Faithful Son, along with details on how he balances being an interior designer/homebuilder with his love of writing and about his second book, Aunt Sookie & Me.

Complete shownotes for episode 73, along with the Rafflecopter to win Jordan Nasser’s books, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

Feb 20, 2017

Jeff opens with details on the writing week, which included finishing a short called Head Games and going through the first round of edits for Codename: Winger #1.

Will shows off his groovy Valley of the Dolls inspired shirt from Tom's Trendy Tees.

The podcast's new patron, Brandon, is thanked.

The Gay Readers Club is discussed as is the new Provincetown bookstore, East End Books Ptown. Jeff reviews new books from Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy as well as Geoffrey Knight while Will reviews Promised Landa children's book featuring a farm boy and prince who fall in love.

The guys talk about Where the Bears Are 2 (along with its Kickstarter for season 6) as well as One Million Years BC. They also lament that they'll miss Sara Barellies going into the lead role in Broadway's Waitress.

M.J. O'Shea is here to talk about her latest Dreamspun Desire along with her prolific writing life.

Complete shownotes for episode 72 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

Feb 13, 2017

Jeff opens with details on the writing week, including the arrival of first round edits for Codename: Winger #1, which has him excited.

The winner of the Valentine's Day Gay Romance Paperback Giveaway is announced. Congratulations Sue!

The guys talk about skipping Rainbow Book Fair and Rainbow Con this year, along with the news that GayRomLit registration is set to begin February 25.

The podcast's new patron, Brent, is thanked. Patrons are reminded that the February bonus episode will be posted on Tuesday, inside Patreon, for Valentine's Day.

Poppy Dennison has a recap of last weekend's Coastal Magic convention.

Will talks about some podcasts you should be listening to form Rachael Herron. An episode of Smart Podcast, Trashy Books is also mentioned since it features Bea & Leah from The Ripped Bodice bookstore. CBS Sunday Morning's Valentine's weekend story on romance books is discussed.

Jeff reviews the latest romance from Kindle Alexander as well as a middle grade series about musical theatre nerds by Andrew Keenan-Bolger and Kate Wetherhead while Will looks at the new Dreamspun Desire from M.J. O'Shea.

Jeff gets musical with news about the current Broadway revival of Sunday in the Park with George starring Jake Gyllenhaal, as well as Disney's Newsies: The Broadway Musical playing movie theaters. TV shows Powerless and Crazy-Ex Girlfriend are also discussed.

Jay from Joyfully Jay stops by to talk about her website's upcoming theme week, plus offers up three book recommendations.

Complete shownotes for episode 71 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

Feb 6, 2017

Jeff reviews his week in writing, including announcing the release date for Somewhere on Mackinac and that his titles from JMS Books (including the Hat Trick series) are now available on Kindle Unlimited.

New patrons Katie, George and Christina are thanked, and the guys announce that they will release a bonus episode for patrons on Valentine's Day. Patrons who wish to ask a question for this exclusive patrons-only episode should do so by February 10.

The guys saw the 20th anniversary tour of Rent and Jeff reviews Wolfsong by TJ Klune and The Otto Digmore Difference by Brent Hartinger. Brent then joins the podcast to discuss his latest book along with the Russel Middlebrook series and his Three Truths and a Lie mystery along with lots more.

Complete shownotes for episode 70 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

Feb 6, 2017

Jeff continues his interview from episode 70 with author Brent Hartinger and discusses the possibilities for Russel Middlebrook spin-offs for Min & Gunnar, the “Geography Club” film and Brent’s Media Carnivores podcast.

If you haven’t heard the rest of interview, go listen to episode 70 in its entirety.

Complete shownotes for episode 70 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

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