Jeff & Will recap their slightly wonky week and the epiphanies that came out of it. They also report on how Tammy Middleton’s Autism Awareness Month Auction is going.

New patrons Sherrylynn and Clare are welcomed!

C.S. Poe stops by to talk about her novella in Dreamspinner Press’ States of Love series, Joy.

Jeff reviews the Fiasco Theater production of Into The Woods, which he saw in L.A. last week. Will then reviews Working It by Devon McCormack and Riley Hart while Jeff talks about the audiobook of Something Like Summer by Jay Bell.

Damon Suede is back for part two of his interview where he talks about teaching, Romance Writers of America, what’s still to come this year and more. The chance for listeners to win an autographed copy of Lickety Split is at the bottom of the shownotes page.

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