Jeff and Will start with a recap of their week, including trying to read two books at once, how Jeff's doing with Dragon Dictation and two sets of edits arriving at the same time.
They congratulate the winners who received a copy of Bru Baker's audiobook of Tall, Dark & Deported and they provide a recap of the menage/poly recommendations that listeners provided.
The podcast has been nominated in the 12th Annual People's Choice Podcast Awards. Jeff discusses this year's Cycle for the Cause ride and asks for donations to support the LGBT Center's critical HIV/AIDS programs. Listeners are also reminded about the RGRTransAwareEvent that continues at Rainbow Gold Reviews through August 27.
The guys discuss Amazon's original series, The Last Tycoon before Will reviews Out of the Shadows, the latest book from K.C. Wells, who then joins them for an interview. K.C. talks about her books, plot bunnies, writing style and the place where two fans once discovered her while she was working on a book.
Complete shownotes for episode 98 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Jeff opens the show talking about his experience with Dragon Dictation during the past week.
Bethany from Rainbow Gold Reviews is welcomed to the show and gives details on the RGR Trans Aware Week that runs from August 14 through 27.
Jeff interviews Alex Miska as part of the 2017 GRL Blog Tour. Alex talks about her Moore Romance series as well as what she's looking forward to at GRL and what to expect from her later this year.
Complete shownotes for episode 97 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Jeff and Will kick things off by answering a question from a listener: what is your favorite menage/poly book? They also announce a giveaway, courtesy of Bru Baker, for an audiobook download of Tall, Dark & Deported.
Romance Awareness Month is celebrated with a look at some real life couples. Jeff & Will also talk about the short film, In a Heartbeat, which was released on July 31.
Jeff interviews Jay Bell about his Something Like... series, which now includes a film and a comic book adaptation of the first book, Something Like Summer. Jay talks about the book's origins, how it became a series and how fans helped push Summer into new formats. Plus, with the series wrapping up, he discusses what's coming next.
Complete shownotes for episode 96 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.