Jeff updates his NaNoWriMo progress, including the realization that he will not have 50,000 words by the end of November. Plus he's got news about Love's Opening Night and the audiobook of Rivals going on sale.
The guys give a shoutout to The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway as it commemorates its 12,000th performance this week.
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is reviewed by Jeff & Will.
Author Z.A. Maxfield stops by to talk about her latest book, My Cowboy Freedom, and also discusses her nearly 10 year publishing career as well as offers a look into the future with what's coming next.
Complete shownotes for episode 60, and the chance to enter the Holiday Paranormal Paperback Giveaway, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Happy Thanksgiving wishes to everyone!
Jeff updates his NaNoWriMo progress plus has news about Love's Opening Night and Rivals.
The Big Gay Fiction Giveaway, featuring free ebooks from more than 80 authors, which runs through Sunday, November 27, is announced.
Will reveals the top five gay romance titles on Amazon for the week and then reviews books by Clare London and Kate McMurray while Jeff reviews a title from Michael Jensen. Lisa from The Novel Approach also offers up book reviews—one holiday book plus three from debut authors.
The Gilmore Girls revival on Netflix is on the guys must-watch list for the coming weekend. Jeff and Will reveal their top five GG episodes along with honorable mentions.
Broadway musicals appearing on the Thanksgiving Day Parade telecasts on NBC and CBS are called out. In addition the guys discuss the recent coming out of Alex Danvers on the CW's Supergirl along with the four-episode crossover that's coming for the CW superhero shows on November 28. They also express their support for Billy Gillman on NBC's The Voice.
Complete shownotes for episode 59, and the chance to enter the Holiday Paranormal Paperback Giveaway, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Beginning with commentary on this past week's election, Will drives the point home with a quote from Angels in America: "The great work begins."
Moving on to the usual topics, Jeff speaks to the progress made on the NaNoWriMo project as well as the production of the Derrick McClain performed audiobook, Rivals.
Will offers up the top five best selling gay romances on Amazon before announcing the Holiday Paranormal Paperback Giveaway.
A.J. Marcus discusses his New Mexico-based States of Love novella An Enchanting Liftoff.
J. Scott Coatsworth and Angel Martinez talk to the guys about Queer Sci-Fi's origins and its plans for world domination.
Complete shownotes for episode 58, and the chance to enter the Holiday Paranormal Paperback Giveaway, are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Jeff & Will open with a NaNoWriMo update and how the first few days of the month have gone for their co-writing project. In addition, Jeff has news on the release date for Love’s Opening Night (December 28) and that Somewhere on Mackinac has gone into the editing phase. In addition, the novella Rivals has gone into produciton as an audio book for a December release.
Will unveils a new Top 5 segment. This week he looks at the top five best selling gay fiction titles in the Amazon U.S. store as of November 6.
Alicia Nordwell stops by to discuss her installment in Dreamspinner’s States of Love series called On Fire.
Will reviews three books: A Matchless Man by Ariel Tachna, The Senator’s Secret by K.C. Wells and Tight End by Devon McCormack. Jeff talks about two books: Romancing the Beat: Story Structure for Romance Novels and Don’t Stop Believing by Gwen Hayes.
The Fox TV presentation of The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do The Time Warp Again is also reviewed.
Complete shownotes for episode 57 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.