Jeff & Will are on the road this week at the Dreamspinner Author Conference and Disney World!
The guys review the Russel Tovey film, The Pass. Jeff discusses Barrel Proof, the third Agents Irish & Whiskey book, by Layla Reyne and Game Point by M.J. O'Shea.
Jeff & Will welcome Sarah Wendell from Smart Bitches, Trashy Books. Sarah tells us why she started the blog and its companion podcast. We also delve into some of her favorite m/m romances, how the genre has evolved and what she hopes to see it going into 2019.
Complete shownotes for episode 155 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
Jeff & Will kick off the show with a celebration of their of their 21st wedding anniversary. They also congratulate Jess who won the Hank Edwards giveaway from episode 151.
Recapping their recent TV viewing, the guys discuss The Man Who Invented Christmas, The Power of Grayskull: The Definitive History of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and Sugar Rush.
On the book front, Jeff gives his thoughts on Hudson's Luck by Lucy Lennox and Will reviews Duke in Denial by Alexandria Ainsworth.
Jeff & Will welcome Rosalind Abel, Mildred Abbott and a special super secret guest. They find out the origins of Rosalind's Lavender Shores series and Mildred's Cozy Corgi cozy mysteries as well as what's coming up for both by the end of the year.
Complete shownotes for episode 153 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
The guys start off by wishing all of the US listeners a Happy Labor Day. Jeff also shares the news that the cover reveal for Audio Assault, the third book in the Codename: Winger series, happens on Monday, September 3 at GayYa.org.
Jeff talks about the past week's powerful performance by Darius and Taylor on So You Think You Can Dance. The guys also review the documentary Rebels on Pointe and the film Saturday Church.
On the book front, Jeff reviews Borrowing Blue by Lucy Lennox and Will reviews Hudson's Luck by Lucy Lennox as well as Pumpkin Spice Omega by Susi Hawke.
Jeff interviews Alexander C. Eberhart about this debut YA novel, There Goes Sunday School. They discuss the inspiration for the book, Alex's author influences and what he likes to read, his writing process and what's coming up next.
Complete shownotes for episode 152 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.