Jeff & Will kick off the week talking about the epiphany Will had and the jury duty Jeff managed to get through along with his regular activities. Jeff also discusses the Somewhere on Mackinac blog tour that begins on Tuesday, April 26.
Episode 243 of Smart Podcast, Trashy Books is recommended for Sarah's excellent interview with Faith Salie. Listeners are also reminded that Tammy Middleton's Autism Awareness Month auction is entering it's final week.
Will reviews Forgotten Paradise by Shira Anthony and Jeff talks about Something Like Winter by Jay Bell.
Author Ariel Tachna is welcomed. She talks about her latest books, Talking in Code as well as the third book in her Lexington Lovers series of Dreamspun Desires, Take Two. We also discuss her job as Dreamspinner's translations coordinator.
Complete shownotes for episode 81 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Jeff & Will recap their week, including Jeff's rearrangement of his writing schedule. Jeff also answers a question from Ellen about how he decides how to tell a scene.
The guys talked about their schedule for the RT Booklovers convention coming up in May. They also reminded everyone about the ongoing Autism Awareness Month Auction.
New patrons kragthang and Baron are welcomed!
Will talks about the documentary I Always Said Yes: The Many Lives of Wakefield Poole. The guys welcome Mystery Science Theater 3000 back. Jeff reviews Honestly Ben by Bill Konigsberg and Will shows off the Joeboys book from Joe Phillips.
Sarina Bowen is welcomed back to the podcast to talk about her recent re-release of Goodbye Paradise as well as her Him/Us spin off Good Boy and more.
Complete shownotes for episode 80 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Jeff & Will recap their slightly wonky week and the epiphanies that came out of it. They also report on how Tammy Middleton's Autism Awareness Month Auction is going.
New patrons Sherrylynn and Clare are welcomed!
C.S. Poe stops by to talk about her novella in Dreamspinner Press' States of Love series, Joy.
Jeff reviews the Fiasco Theater production of Into The Woods, which he saw in L.A. last week. Will then reviews Working It by Devon McCormack and Riley Hart while Jeff talks about the audiobook of Something Like Summer by Jay Bell.
Damon Suede is back for part two of his interview where he talks about teaching, Romance Writers of America, what's still to come this year and more. The chance for listeners to win an autographed copy of Lickety Split is at the bottom of the shownotes page.
Complete shownotes for episode 79, and the chance to enter the Lickety Split autographed paperback giveaway, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Jeff talks about Somewhere on Mackinac starting pre-orders on Monday, April 3 along with the cover reveal and giveaway that his email list is getting that same day. He also updates on a new novella he's started, tentatively titled Ballroom Goal, and other projects he worked on this week.
Gilbert Baker, creator of the Rainbow Flag, is honored.
Listeners are reminded that April is Autism Awareness Month and Tammy Middleton's Auction to raise funds for the cause has begun. Jeff is offering autographed copies of the Hat Trick trilogy in paperback as part of the auction.
Poppy Dennison, author and Dreamspinner Press marketing director, was in Paris recently for the Paris Book Fair and was the podcast's special correspondent for the event. Her video report is on the shownotes page.
We thank our latest patron, Nancy, and let everyone know the next bonus episode will release on Tuesday, April 11.
After reminding everyone that the Hot Jock Paperback giveaway ends on April 9, the guys review the film, Lazy Eye.
Jeff and Will sit down with Damon Suede to discuss his latest novel, Lickety Split. There's a Rafflecopter on the shownotes page for listeners to register to one an autographed paperback of the book.
Complete shownotes for episode 78, and the chance to enter the Hot Jocks Paperback Giveaway as well as the “Lickety Split” giveaway, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.