Jeff briefly talks about his week filled with editing and revising.
The guys express their sadness that Rainbow Con had to cancel this year. For the authors in the audience, they recommend this week's episode of the Self Publishing Formula Podcast, episode 57, which features an interview with Data Guy from the Author Earnings Report.
Tammy Middleton stops by to discuss this year's Autism Awareness Month Auction, which kicks off on April 1. She also talks about her upcoming projects releasing under the name T.M. Smith.
Will reviews the Bob Mizer: AMG, 1000 Model Directory coffee table book while Jeff talks about The Real Thing by B.G. Thomas and Goodbye Paradise by Sarina Bowen
Turning their attention to TV and movies, Jeff & Will discuss the Supergirl/Flash musical crossover episode, Kong: Skull Island and Beauty & The Beast. They also congratulate the crew of Where the Bears Are for hitting their Kickstarter goal so they can begin production on season six.
Complete shownotes for episode 77, and the chance to enter the Hot Jocks Paperback Giveaway, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Jeff briefly talks about getting the edits done for Codename: Winger #1 as well as working with Poppy Dennison in an effort to make the May release of Somewhere on Mackinac his biggest release ever.
The guys congratulate the winners of the Foxe Tail audiobook from episode 74.
Former podcast guests Joe Okonkwo, Jeff Garvin and Richard Compson Sater were announced as finalists for the 29th Annual Lambda Literary Awards this past week. They were congratulated along with the authors in the gay romance and lesbian romance categories. The April 8 Bold Strokes Books Signing at the Ripped Bodice Bookstore is also mentioned.
Jeff reviews This Fire Inside by Jordan Nasser and A Matchless Man by Ariel Tachna while Will reviews Faking It by Riley Hart and Devon McCormack. Will also discusses the documentary Love Between the Covers, which focuses on the romance book genre.
This week's Supergirl/The Flash musical crossover and the Broadway Backwards charity event are talked about.
Trish Barnaby, who has written under the name J.P. Barnaby since 2009, is interviewed about her new release Sophie, which is the final book in the Survivors series. She's also on the Farewell JP tour, which she explains, along with her advocacy for LGBT youth and more.
Complete shownotes for episode 76, and the chance to enter the Hot Jocks Paperback Giveaway, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Jeff recaps his week in edits before talking about the NHL's Hockey is for Everyone initiative, which includes You Can Play as a partner and some super cool team pride t-shirts.
J. Scott Coatsworth visits to discuss the new QueeRomance Ink website.
The guys thanks Mary for becoming a patron!
The Hot Jocks Paperback Giveaway is unveiled. You can enter at the Rafflecopter at the bottom of this shownotes page.
Jeff & Will talk about their trip to Orlando for the Dreamspinner Press Author Workshop as well as their day spent at Universal Studios.
Jeff reviews Damon Suede's new release Lickety Split as well as Bill Konigsberg's short story, Openly, Honestly, which sets the stage for Honestly, Ben that comes out at the end of March. Will reviews Snowblind, a Dreamspun Desire by Eli Easton. Will also shows off his hardback copy of the children's book Promised Land.
The 2017 Oscar Winning Best Picture, Moonlight, is discussed as are the new TV series Feud: Bette and Joan and Time After Time.
Christina from Christina's Bookshelf is welcomed as the podcast's newest contributor and she recommends books by Tal Bauer, Faith Gibson and Jaclyn Osborn.
Complete shownotes for episode 75, and the chance to enter the Hot Jocks Paperback Giveaway, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Jeff and Will are away this week attending the Dreamspinner Press Author Workshop and Universal Studios to visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
They discussed GayRomLit registration, which took place February 25 and that they're looking forward to that October trip.
They reviewed the new Netflix show, Ultimate Beastmaster, and Jeff talked about the debut YA thriller from Igor Max called Awakened, which is the first installment in Max's Mind Agents series.
Haley Walsh and Joel Leslie are this week's featured interview. Haley is the author of the Skyler Foxe Mystery series and Joel is the narrator for the audiobooks. Haley discusses the series and how Joel came to be the narrator. Joel talks about his work on the series, including some of the challenges Haley has given him through the books. Haley and Joel are giving away five Audible codes to download Foxe Tail. Podcast listeners can enter to win with the Rafflecopter at the bottom of this page.
Complete shownotes for episode 74, along with the Rafflecopter to win a Audible code to download Foxe Tail, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.