This week we talk to author Ariel Tachna about her latest books Talking in Code and Stage Two. Plus she tells us about her job as Dreamspinner Press’s translations coordinator. We review books by Shira Anthony and Jay Bell. Jeff made it through the arduous process of a week-long stint in jury duty and reminded everyone about the upcoming Somewhere on Mackinac blog tour. All of this and more can be found at BigGayFictionPodcast.com!
This week we talked with Sarina Bowen about her recent re-release, Goodbye Paradise as well as the sequel to Him/Us, Good Boy. I reviewed the documentary I Always Said Yes: The Many Lives of Wakefield Poole (it’s really awesome btw). We also talk about books by Bill Konigsberg and an art book from Joe Phillips. The countdown to the RT convention begins and we urge anyone attending to say “Hi” if they see us! It can all be found in episode 80 at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.
We continue our interview with author and raconteur Damon Suede, talking about his teaching/workshops, RWA and what is on the roster for the rest of 2017. We also chat with C.S. Poe about her latest novella, Joy. I review Working It by Devon McCormack and Riley Hart while Jeff talks about the audiobook of Something Like Summer by Jay Bell. Check it all out at BigGayFictionPodcast.com!
This week we have the first part of our interview with author Damon Suede, who discusses his writing process and his latest release, a sexy May/December cowboy romance. We also have a special video from Poppy Dennison acting as our international correspondent from the Paris Book Fair! All this and more can be found at BigGayFictionPodcast.com!