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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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Apr 18, 2016

On this week's show Jeff & Will discuss their trip to New York and review the eight musicals they saw: The King & I, Shuffle Along Or The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That FollowedWaitress, Tuck Everlasting, On Your Feet, She Loves Me and Disaster. 

Tammy Middleton stops by for a brief interview about her Authors "Sign Off" for Autism Awareness auction that runs all month and Jeff mentions that he's added a book to the Hat Trick series that's already up for auction.

Jeff reviews Ariel Tachna's Unstable Stud before the guys talk about Nyle's Tarzan Samba on Dancing with the StarsThe Voice's cut to the Top 12 and the delightful Peanuts Movie. Jeff also calls out his participation in Diane's Book Blog Hockey Romance Author's Stanley Cup Bracket feature.

Episode 27's Question of the Week is answered before the guys recap Rainbow Book Fair, which includes 13 quick author interviews they did with fair exhibitors.

Complete shownotes with links to everything we talked about are available for episode 28 at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

Apr 11, 2016

Kicking off the show, Jeff's Sweet and Sexy gay romance short story collection coming to paperback at the end of the month. Tammy Middleton's Authors "Sign Off" for Autism Awareness auction is showcased with a reminder than more than 30 items are available with items from authors including Kindle Alexander, RJ Scott, Sara York, Rick R. Reed, Andrew Grey, Charlie Cochet, Rhys Ford and many more.

Among the other topics discussed are B.A. Tortuga's book Trial by Fire, the movies The Martian and Karen Kingsbury's The Bridge Part 2, Cookie Monster's commercial for Siri and Sara Barellies' stall for time during a recent preview of Waitress.

Episode 26's Question of the Week isn't recapped since the guys are recording this episode early, but the answers received are further down this page. Jeff & Will welcome author Clare London to the show. Clare talks about her latest releases, Branded and Double Scoop as well as her writing process and more. The show wraps up with a new Question of the Week, this one from listener Katie: “I have a friend who loves the darker side of m/m romance. Some favorites are Jack L. Pyke and Joseph Lance Tonlet. What are some others?"

You can answer the Question of the Week and see complete shownotes at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

Apr 4, 2016

This week the guys are getting ready for Rainbow Book Fair in New York City!

The show kicks off with a brief update on Jeff's writing and the creation of a production schedule that goes into 2019. Next, they show off the Gay Sex Coloring Book and the picture Jeff colored. On the TV side, The VoiceDancing with the Stars and the Supergirl/Flash crossover episode are discussed.

April is Autism Awareness Month and friend-of-the-podcast Tammy Middleton is running her annual Authors "Sign Off" for Autism Awareness auction, which features an array of goodies to bid on from authors and publishers--including Jeff's Hat Trick trilogy in paperback.

Jeff talks about Born for This by Chris Guillebeau and Jeff & Will wish the Love Bytes Review blog, run by Dani Maas, a very happy third Anniversary. The guys go over some answers to last episode's Question of the Week. Casey at the Bat creator Bob Glasscock joins the show for an interview about the comic, what inspired him to create Casey and what is process is for writing and drawing it. Bob also asks this week's question: "What comics do you like to read online? Long form? Sci-Fi epics? Gag-a-day?"

Complete shownotes are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

Mar 28, 2016

The guys have a whole bunch of random topics this week. Jeff starts off talking about the projects he's editing right now and then it's about the book he finished reading last week--Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin. The other book discovery is Gay Sex Positions: An Adult Coloring Book, which they've ordered and Will shows off the sample page he's colored. Moving on to TV, they talk about The Voice battle rounds, La'Porsha Renae on American Idol, Kim Fields and Nyle DiMarco on Dancing with the Stars as well as The Passion Live on Fox.

Last week's Question of the Week on podcasts is answered before the guys dive into two podcasts they listened to that had an impact: The Creative Penn's interview with Beth Buelow about her book Introvert Entrepreneur and The Self Publishing Podcasts' discussion of "How to Be Happy Where You Are in Your Writing Career."

The Academy Award nominated film Carol, starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, is praised. Jeff also discusses the upcoming #40toNoneDay, which raises awareness about LGBT youth homelessness. The show wraps up with the new Question of the Week: "How often do you browse physical bookstores for books?" and a look ahead to the Rainbow Book Fair, coming up April 9 in NYC.

You can answer the Question of the Week and see complete shownotes for this episode at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

Mar 21, 2016

The guys are fresh from a date night in San Francisco where they saw Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story on Stage. Will talks about the movies Magic Mike XXL and Crimson Peak before Jeff discusses the audiobook he started this week, Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin. A Sound Beginning short story winner Rene is congratulated as the guys start discussing last week's question of the week about audiobooks.

Next up, gay romance author Kris Cook and poptart Chadrick Douglas from the Romance Out Loud podcast join the show to talk about the origin of their show, Kris' books and what Chadrick's digging in the world of pop culture. Jeff & Will wrap up by answering the Kris and Chadrick's Question of the Week: "What podcasts are you listening to?"

You can answer the Question of the Week and see complete shownotes for this episode at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

Mar 14, 2016

The guys kick off the show congratulating Will's sister Jessica. Her young adult novel Awash in Talent was selected for publication by Kindle Press as part of the Kindle Scout program. They move on to reality TV saying how disappointing the upcoming seasons of Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance sound. But they are loving The Voice and call out performances they've enjoyed during the blind auditions. Jeff's A Sound Beginning became available wide this week and he talks about some of the early reviews, as well as his interview with Divine Magazine. Next up, they give a shout out to the gay romance authors who are finalists in the 28th Annual Lambda Literary Awards (their books are linked in this week's shownotes). Sitcom The Real O'Neals from ABC is also a must-watch show.

After the previous episode's Question of the Week is discussed, Jeff & Will talk about their trip to the Dreamspinner Author Conference and introduce the seventeen interviews they did at the conference (all of the things the interviewees talk about are linked in the shownotes). To wrap up the show, the new Question of the Week is revealed: "Do you listen to audiobooks? Why or Why Not? And if so, what’s a recent favorite?"

Complete shownotes are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

Mar 7, 2016

The guys talk about what they're looking forward to at the Dreamspinner author conference in Orlando, as well as the brainstorming they've been doing to prepare for a pitch they're going to make on a trilogy they'll write together. Jeff takes a moment to talk about this week's Hat Trick anniversary--it was three year's ago that he signed the contract for the first novel. He also mentions the series being mentioned on Brandilyn's Top 10 LGBT Fiction list that was released on February 28. Since the episode was recorded early, the listeners were referred to the shownotes to see the answers to the question "As a reader, what's your favorite POV and why?"

Jeff introduced USA Today best-selling author Sarina Bowen and called out the success that the book Us is already having while it's in pre-order. Sarina then joined to talk about the upcoming book, which releases on Tuesday, March 8, as well as her writing process with Elle Kennedy and what's coming up for her later this year (including the first book in the new Brooklyn Bruisers series). Sarina also asks the Question of the Week: "Which character archetypes are you just done with?" Listeners can answer the question in the comments section of the shownotes for this episode.

Complete shownotes are available at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

 

Feb 29, 2016

Jeff & Will kick off the week talking about books they've finished--The Stolen Suitor by Eli Easton and Writing to the Point by Algis Budrys. Jeff discusses his withdrawal pains over the lack of new Hallmark Channel original movies. The guys discuss their disappointment with The X-Files six episode event and look at this week's announcement that Samhain Publishing is shutting down. There's an update on Chris Fox's 21 Day Novel Writing Challenge and the guys talk about heading off the Dreamspinner author conference this week.

Last week's Question of the Week is recapped with some answers from the listeners as well as additional commentary (you can see all the responses in this week's shownotes). Will interviews Jeff about the writer's group he is part of and how it's become part of his process. The new Question of the Week is also unveiled: "As a reader, what’s your favorite POV and why?" Answers to the question can be left in the comments section below.

Complete shownotes are available at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

Feb 22, 2016

Jeff and Will discuss the week, which had Jeff doing a lot of edits on Codename: Winger #1 as well as struggling to come up with a title and blurb for an upcoming collection of short stories. Will recommended two movies he watched this week: Angels of Sex and Boys. Jeff praised the recently released audiobook of Wade Kelly's Misplaced Affection, which is narrated by Chris Patton. The guys also talked about Chris Fox's appearance on Simon Whistler's Rocking Self Publishing Podcast where he further talked about his book Writing to Market and discussed his upcoming 21 Day Novel Writing event. Will once again called out his sister Jessica's Awash in Talent being in the Kindle Scout program and encouraged listeners to vote up her YA paranormal book. The guys recapped last episode's Question of the Week, and you can find all the responses to that below.

The duo known as Kindle Alexander were interviewed this week to discuss their latest in the Nice Guys series as well as their writing process, how they got started and what's coming up for them next. They also ask the Question of the Week: As an author or a reader, do you use Kindle Unlimited, do you like it and why?” You can answer this week's question in the comments section of the shownotes at BigGayFictionPodcast.com. (Jeff and Will apologize for the audio quality of this week's interview.) 

Complete shownotes are available for this episode at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

Feb 15, 2016

This week the guys kick off the show calling out the new sites where the podcast is available. Jeff recaps the amazing week of reviews he had for Make the Right ChoiceA Sound Beginning and Hat Trick 3: Penalty Shot/Hat Trick Overtime: Reunion. Then it's time to talk about the books they've read: Andrew Grey's The Lone Rancher, Eli Easton's The Stolen Suitor and Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy's Us (Sarina will be on the show March 7 to talk about that book). Will celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Valley of the Dolls and gives a shout out to his sister, Jessica, who has a book in KindleScout called Awash in Talent. They also review the answers to last week's Question of the Week (you can see all the answers in the shownotes).

Jeff and Will both read Chris Cook's Write to Market: Deliver a Book that Sells and the talk about that and how it relates to the one year anniversary of the release of Jeff's first self-published title, Flipping for Him. Self-publishing also leads to this week's Question: "Does who publishes a book affect your purchase decision?"

Complete shownotes are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

Feb 8, 2016

Jeff talks about his new releases available this week: Make the Right Choice from JMS Books and A Sound Beginning from Pride Publishing. There is a Rafflecopter giveaway for a free ebook of Make the Right Choice below. The guys also talk about why Will returned an ebook to Amazon, how awesome Fox's Grease Live! was and the 2013 movie In Secret starring Elizabeth Olsen, Tom Felton, Oscar Issac and Jessica Lange. Jeff talks about the books he read over the past week--a beta copy of Wade Kelly's third book in her Jock series as well as an ARC he can't really discuss right now but was swooning over. Will also shows off the February issue of Out which features Tom Daly and Dustin Lance Black as the cover boys for the Love issue.

The guys recap last week's Question of the Week (and you can see all the responses for that below) before they bring back author and publisher J.M. Snyder for the second part of their interview with her. The show wraps up with the Question of the Week, this time from J.M.: "What’s your favorite read outside the m/m genre?"  You can answer the question in the comments section of the shownotes for episode 18 at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

Feb 1, 2016

Jeff and Will kick off the episode with a brief review of January. Jeff talks about the Capolavoro di uomo | Masterpiece of Man coffee table book he recently got, which features profiles of artists of gay erotic art. Will talks about how he got back into coloring, which has become a fad recently with many coloring books now available for adults. The guys also talk about superheroes TV–SupergirlThe Flash, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow and Agent Carter. Last week’s question of the week is discussed, and Eileen is revealed as the winner of Jordan Nasser’s signed paperbacks.

Author and publisher J.M. Snyder is welcomed to the show for part one of her interview. She talks about her history as an author along with the origin story of her “micropress” JMS Books. We talk about the new JMS Books’ Love Wins series, which rolls out starting February 7 (and includes Jeff’s Make the Right Choice) as well as what JMS Books looks for in the titles it publishes as well as JMS Books position among the LGBT publishers and what’s is coming up later this year.

The show rounds out with this week’s Question of the Week: “What is your preferred size/length for the books you read?” You can answer the question in the comments section of the shownotes for episode 17 at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

Jan 25, 2016

Jeff and Will kick off the show wishing well all the listeners who endured Winter Storm Jonas over the past weekend.

Jeff honored the 20th Anniversary of the musical Rent, his favorite musical ever, which opened at New York Theatre Workshop on January 25, 1996. The guys discussed the new series on BBC America, London Spy. They also gave a shoutout to The Satyrsphere podcast, which gave BGFP a mention in its most recent episode.

Answers to last week's question of the week were read out and then Jeff and Will welcomed author Jordan Nasser to the show. Jordan talked about his debut novels, Home is a Fire and The Fire Went Wild along with what his initial foray into publishing was like and what his future plans are. Jordan asked the Question of the Week: "How do the seasons affect your reading--the amount of reading and the kinds of books you're reading?"

After the interview Jeff & Will answer that question and let listeners know that if they answer the question in the comments on the website they'll be entered into a giveaway that Jordan's sponsoring for signed paperback copies of his two books.

The Question of the Week can be answered at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

*Giveaway rules: To be eligible to win the signed paperback copies of Jordan's two books you must answer the Question of the Week ("How do the seasons affect your reading--the amount of reading and the kinds of books you're reading?") in the comments section on this episode's page at BigGayFictionPodcast.com. Only one answer per email address. Answers must be on the website by Saturday, January 30 at 11:59pm PT. We are not responsible for any issues that may cause an answer to not appear on the website. We'll announce the winner from the random drawing on next week's episode.

Jan 18, 2016

Jeff & Will talk briefly about last week, which had Jeff in L.A. for work where he also attended the L.A. Kings/Detroit Red Wings game.

Answers received for Episode 14's Question of the Week are read (and more of the answers appear in this week's shownotes). The guys briefly review the first two Dreamspun Desires books as well as Jordan Nasser's Home is a Fire and The Fire Went Wild.

Congratulations are given to Kindle Alexander for their wildly successful book release this past week.

Jeff gives a shout out to Charlie Carver for the comments he made when he came out this week.

Jeff also recaps his writing week, and talks about a fan letter he got from Luxembourg.

The guys wrap up by asking, and answers this episode's Question of the Week, which comes from Gillian: "What are your favorite romance tropes, and why?"

Listeners are invited to send their answers: Tweet us at @BigGayFiction. Leave a comment on this episode’s entry on our Facebook page at facebook.com/biggayfictionpodcast. You can also leave it in the comments for this episode on YouTube or on the website at BigGayFictionPodcast.com. And, of course, you can email it to jeffandwill@biggayfictionpodcast.com. While you’re sending your answer, you can also suggestion a question. 

Detailed show notes are available at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

Jan 11, 2016

Jeff & Will quickly recap last week, including Jeff's finished first draft and what he's working on next.

Sara York is this week's guest and she talks about her most recent release, Holiday Emergencies (part of the Love's First Response series), as well as the other projects she's working on for 2016. Other topics include the trademarks of a Sara York book, what her writing process is, how she decides to take one of her books to audio, and why she's doing burpees at home.

Sara answers last week's question about 2016 reading goals and asks this week's: "Is there a series from your favorite author that you’d like to see continue?”

Jeff & Will wrap up the episode by answering that question.

Listeners are invited to send their answers: Tweet us at @BigGayFiction. Leave a comment on this episode’s entry on our Facebook page at facebook.com/biggayfictionpodcast. You can also leave it in the comments for this episode on YouTube or on the website at BigGayFictionPodcast.com. And, of course, you can email it to jeffandwill@biggayfictionpodcast.com. While you’re sending your answer, you can also suggestion a question. 

Detailed show notes are available at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

Jan 4, 2016

Jeff and Will welcome everyone to 2016 to kick off the first episode of the new year. There was a lot to recap for the week. Jeff submitted Make the Right Choice on December 30 and it will publish in February. The guys also talk about why the title changed from Breakaway & Score.

Jeff mentions that the 2015 Top Ten Gay Romance anthology released from JMS Books with his story Hat Trick Overtime: Summer Camp was included. Jeff also talks about the Goodreads M/M Romance Readers Choice Awards Hat Trick 3: Penalty Shot was nominated for and Will joins in for a discussion of how the voting works. Prism Book Alliance gets a birthday shoutout and Jeff thanks Brandilyn for calling out the Hat Trick trilogy as one of the best she's read in the two years of reviewing for the site.

The multi-author giveaway to support Eric Arvin's is discussed so listeners can add their donations and be in the raffle for great prizes. Dreampsinner's Dreamspun Desires paperbacks arrived in the mail this week and are shown off. Star WarsThe Force Awakens is praised in a spoiler-free way. Last week's Question of the Week responses were also read (you can see all the responses on the shownotes page).

The guys recapped 2015 and talked about goals/plans for 2016. Will talked at length about how he was approaching 2016 after coming off a bad 2015. Will's approach to the year is based on things he's learned from Todd Herman. Jeff also reviews his 2015 and lays out some of his goals for the new year.

The show wraps up with the Question of the Week: "Do you set reading goals? If so, what are your goals for 2016?" Jeff and Will give their answers in the episode and hope you'll send in yours.

Listeners are invited to send their answers: Tweet us at @BigGayFiction. Leave a comment on this episode’s entry on our Facebook page at facebook.com/biggayfictionpodcast. You can also leave it in the comments for this episode on YouTube or on the website at BigGayFictionPodcast.com. And, of course, you can email it to jeffandwill@biggayfictionpodcast.com. While you’re sending your answer, you can also suggestion a question. 

Detailed show notes are available at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

Dec 28, 2015

Jeff and Will remind everyone of the multi-author giveaway going on to support Eric Arvin (the giveaway includes signed paperbacks for Jeff's Hat Trick trilogy). 

The guys also give some listener responses to last week's question (all the answers received can be found in the show notes).

Dreamspinner Press' Marketing Director and author Poppy Dennison is welcomed to the podcast to discuss the origin of the new Dreamspun Desires line, which debuts on New Years Day, as well as what readers can expect from the line. Poppy also talks about her latest book, Dogwood Days (book on in the Holly Creek series), and her plans for 2016, which includes writing a Dreamspun Desires book and continuing the Holly Creek series. She also answers this week's question of the week about her favorite 2015 reads, and provides the question for this episode.

The guys wrap up by answering the Question of the Week: "What is your favorite gay romance that has a kid in it?"

Listeners are invited to send their answers: Tweet us at @BigGayFiction. Leave a comment on this episode’s entry on our Facebook page at facebook.com/biggayfictionpodcast. You can also leave it in the comments for this episode on YouTube or on the website at BigGayFictionPodcast.com. And, of course, you can email it to jeffandwill@biggayfictionpodcast.com. While you’re sending your answer, you can also suggestion a question. 

Detailed show notes are available at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

Happy New Year!

Dec 21, 2015

Jeff and Will recap the week, which included Jeff's Breakaway & Score going to beta readers and a special Christmas bonus getting prepped for Hat Trick 3 readers. Jeff also gave a quick review to a Perie Wolford book he read.

Last week's Question of the Week's listener answers are revealed. The question was "What’s an m/m story you want to read that you haven’t heard yet? (or what's the new thing you're looking for?)"

There's a quick discussion of this week's The Voice finale. The guys delve into some Christmas movies they're enjoying this season along with some 1980s Broadway for Christmas. 

This week's Question is asked: "What's your favorite m/m book(s) of 2015 and why?" Jeff and Will answer that in this episode. Listeners are invited to send their answers: Tweet us at @BigGayFiction. Leave a comment on this episode’s entry on our Facebook page at facebook.com/biggayfictionpodcast. You can also leave it in the comments for this episode on YouTube or on the website at BigGayFictionPodcast.com. And, of course, you can email it to jeffandwill@biggayfictionpodcast.com. While you’re sending your answer, you can also suggestion a question. 

Detailed show notes are available at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

Dec 14, 2015

Jeff and Will briefly updated on their week.

Shoutouts to previous podcast guest Atom Yang for his "Red Envelope" story, which Jeff read and reviewed, and Wade Kelly celebrating the release of "No! Jocks Don't Date Guys" this week.

The guys read some of the answers from last week's question of the week (all of the answers received are in this week's show notes).

Brandon Witt is interviewed and talks about his Christmas story, "Christmas Miracles of a Recently Fallen Spruce" as well as his plans for 2016, his thoughts on the #BlameBrandon hashtag and more.

Brandon also answers Episode 9's Question of the Week and provides the Question for this week. "What’s an m/m story you want to read that you haven’t heard yet? (or what's the new thing you're looking for?)" Jeff and Will answer that in this episode. Listeners are invited to send their answers: Tweet us at @BigGayFiction. Leave a comment on this episode’s entry on our Facebook page at facebook.com/biggayfictionpodcast. You can also leave it in the comments for this episode on YouTube or on the website at BigGayFictionPodcast.com. And, of course, you can email it to jeffandwill@biggayfictionpodcast.com. While you’re sending your answer, you can also suggestion a question. 

Jeff & Will also discuss the GoFundMe campaign for Eric Arvin and Brandon's award for anyone who makes a $1000 donation.

Detailed show notes for this episode are available at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

 

Dec 7, 2015

Jeff talks about his week in Toronto. Will gives a shoutout to the Dreamspinner authors who have books in the inaugural month of Dreamspun Desires, which were written up in this month's Romantic Times. Congratulations to Atom Yang, who was interviewed on episode #3, on the release of his Red Envelope holiday short story.

 

Last week's Question of the Week's listener answers are revealed. This week's Question is asked: "What was the first gay fiction/gay romance book you read and what was it's impact on you?" Jeff and Will answer that in this episode. Listeners are invited to send their answers: Tweet us at @BigGayFiction. Leave a comment on this episode’s entry on our Facebook page at facebook.com/biggayfictionpodcast. You can also leave it in the comments for this episode on YouTube or on the website at BigGayFictionPodcast.com. And, of course, you can email it to jeffandwill@biggayfictionpodcast.com. While you’re sending your answer, you can also suggestion a question. 

 

Jeff & Will also talk music and musicals this week with The Wiz Live!Diana Ross Sings The Wiz, the Broadway revival of Spring Awakening and The Voice.

 

Detailed show notes are available at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

Nov 30, 2015

This Episode: Jeff & Will recap their Thanksgiving weekend as well as wrap up NaNoWriMo congratulating everyone who participated, whether they they crossed the 50k mark or created more words than they had at the start of the month. 

Author Tammy Middleton, who writes under the pen name T.M. Smith, is interviewed about her new book "How To Deal," which is the third book in her "All Cocks" series. She also talks about her "Opposites" series as well as what she’s working on for 2016. In the show notes, you’ll find the Rafflecopter giveaway she’s offering to celebrate the publication of "How to Deal" along with links to all the books she talks about. 

A new question of the week segment is introduced. This week’s question is: Do you like to give and/or receive books as holiday gifts. Jeff and Will answer that in this episode. Listeners are invited to send their answers: Tweet us at @BigGayFiction. Leave a comment on this episode’s entry on our Facebook page at facebook.com/biggayfictionpodcast. You can also leave it in the comments for this episode on YouTube or on the website at BigGayFictionPodcast.com. And, of course, you can email it to jeffandwill@biggayfictionpodcast.com. While you’re sending your answer, you can also suggestion a question. 

Jeff and Will also discuss the past week’s “Dancing with the Stars” finale episode as well as their take on “Hunger Game: Mockingjay Part 2.” 

Detailed show notes are available at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

Nov 23, 2015

This episode:

  • NaNoWriMo Week 3 Recap--Jeff talks about winning and Will discovers that NaNo isn't for him
  • Jeff and Will answer their first podcast fan email from Gillian including what they like to read and write
  • Will talks about watching Tangled and Eastsiders

For complete shownotes and contract information go to BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

You can contact Jeff and Will at:

Twiter @BigGayFiction
Facebook: facebook.com/biggayfictionpodcast/
Email: jeffandwill@biggayfictionpodcast.com

Nov 16, 2015

This episode: Find out how Jeff and Will are doing as NaNoWriMo crosses the half way point, Will recommends "Master Lists for Writers" by Bryn Donovan, Jeff talks about David Levithan's "Another Day" and planned trips to Dreamspinner's Author conference and Rainbow Book Fair. 

See complete show notes at: http://www.BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

Nov 9, 2015

This episode: Jeff & Will recap their first week of NaNoWiMo 2015, Will talks birthday funk, library book sale finds, cheers for Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda, the year of the webinar, and the #ReadNaked project.

Detailed show notes at BigGayFictionPodcast.com

Nov 2, 2015

This episode: Jeff & Will celebrate the start of NaNoWriMo and discuss their plans for the month... plus the musical of Be More Chill, Will's Birthday and more.

Detailed show notes are available at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

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