For the first time in weeks the guys manage a podcast without an interview segment--meaning nearly all the talk is theirs!
Jeff kicks it off with news about how his writing is going, then it's a final shout out to Tammy Middleton's Author's Sign Off for Autism Awareness, which raised more than $3,000 dollars for Autism Speaks.
Will reviews The Cattle Baron's Bogus Boyfriend by Nicki Bennett. The Tony Award nominations came out and Jeff & Will spend some time dissecting them before moving on to discussions of The Real O'Neals, superhero shows and the delightful comedy, The Intern. Archie Comics also gets a shout out for its upcoming series featuring gay character Kevin Keller, who will also show up in the CW's pilot for Riverdale.
Lisa from The Novel Approach stops by with book recommendations from Jordan L. Hawke, Andrea Speed, Charlie David and S. Hunter Nisbet.
Jeff discusses the idea of authors using video-based content, as well as seeing reviewers in the romance genre producing video reviews. Will recaps some of the learning he's doing--including a book about romance writing from Gwen Hayes and a course from Dean Wesley Smith.
Complete shownotes for episode 31 are available at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.