Contract news from Jeff opens this week's show before the guys mention Joanna Penn's appearance on the Self Publishing Podcast where she talks more about the Successful Author Mindset. They also discuss the first week's progress with their Sixty Day Challenge.
Continuing to look at 2017 calendars, Will shows off the Michael Breyette calendar that was recently released.
Jeff makes the offer that anyone in the U.S. who donates $100 or more to Cycle for the Cause can receive signed copies of the Hat Trick trilogy in paperback. He also thanks Nancy and Wade for their generous donations to the ride.
Arshad Ahsanuddin stops by as part of the 2016 GRL Blog Tour to talk about his latest book, Insurrection (The Interscission Project Book 3).
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Will talks about movies he's recently seen: Holding the Man and Me Him Her. Jeff focuses on binging Crazy-Ex Girlfriend plus Empire and Mr. Robot.
Dani from Love Bytes Reviews makes her podcast debut by offering up books and series that she's been enjoying.
Complete shownotes for episode 47, and the chance to enter the Big GRL Blog Tour Giveaway, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Jeff kicked off the show with writing updates before giving a shoutout to the SkullFace Project, which is a creation of artist Matthew O'Brien. It combines his love of art, music, history, celebrity and current events.
The proposed TV pilot Truth Slash Fiction (which the guys absolutely love) became an official selection for both ITVFest-Independent Television Festival and the New York Television Festival.
Jeff talked about the new comic book, The Backstagers, which chronicles the behind the scenes adventures of a high school stage crew whose members cover the LGBTQ spectrum. Will reviewed Marriage of Inconvenience by M.J. O'Shea, which is her third Dreamspun Desires book in 2016. Jeff and Will also discuss their sixty day fitness goal to eat right in advance of GRL.
C.S. Poe joins the show as part of the 2016 GRL Blog Tour and talks about her latest book, The Mystery of Nevermore, as well as her time teaching in Japan. Next A.J. Truman is interviewed about his Browerton University series and makes some book and Netflix recommendations.
Complete shownotes for episode 46, and the chance to enter the Big GRL Blog Tour Giveaway, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Writing news from Jeff opens the show this week before the guys talk about out Olympians.
Jeff read and reviews two books: The Great American Whatever by Tim Federle and How to Be a Normal Person by TJ Klune.
The 2016 GRL Blog Tour continues with Lex Chase discussing her new book Urban Fairy Tale, which comes out August 19, as well as her love of the show Lost.
Joanna Penn returns for the second part of her interview. This week she talks about running an author business and focusing on the long game as well as more about author mindset.
Complete shownotes for episode 45, and the chance to enter the Big GRL Blog Tour Giveaway, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Jeff opens with a quick recap of this week: finishing edits on Love's Opening Night, seeing Grey Gardens in L.A., visiting The Ripped Bodice bookstore in Culver City and catching Star Trek Beyond at the movies.
Hans M. Hirschi stops by as part of the Official 2016 GRL Blog Tour and talks about his new book Shorts and the upcoming Jonathan's Legacy.
Jeff & Will welcome podcaster and indie publishing guru Joanna Penn for part one of her interview about her latest book The Successful Author Mindset. The insightful interview is ideal for both authors and readers as Joanna's tips are applicable to nearly any career.
Complete shownotes for episode 44, and the chances to enter the Big GRL Blog Tour Giveaway, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Jeff opens with the announcement that the Love Is Proud anthology, which benefits Equality Florida's fund for the victims and their families of the Pulse nightclub shooting, is now out. In addition, he gives some updates on his writing week.
In podcast news, the show is now distributed on iHeartRadio's podcast network. Listeners are also encouraged to like the show on Facebook where we've been experimenting with Facebook Live and Will posts pictures of hot guys reading.
Jeff is participating in Cycle for the Cause: The Northeast AIDS Ride for the sixth year. Proceeds benefit HIV/AIDS Services at the LGBT Center in NYC.
Jeff and Will interviewed Joanna Penn earlier in the week about her non-fiction books for authors. Joanna's interview will air August 8 and 15. It's loaded with great information for authors and is a peek inside the author business that readers should also find interesting.
Wade Kelly appears on the show as part of the 2016 GRL Blog Tour. She talks about her new book, Back Off! That's My Jock, which comes out August 26. She's also got a giveaway as part of her blog tour for the book.
The guys talk about summertime TV (Dead of Summer and the Looking finale movie) and review books from M.J. O'Shea, Christian Baines and Ava Drake. They've also got the first calendars for 2017... and they're hot!
Complete shownotes for episode 43, and the chances to enter the Big GRL Blog Tour Giveaway and Wade Kelly’s Blog Tour Giveaway, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.