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Episode 60 – Q&A with Helen Juliet

As we settle into our new home on Wednesdays, we’ve got an author Q&A with Helen Juliet. Helen also writes as HJ Welch and here we talk about why she writes, the support she’s received from the m/m romance community, working on shared universes and why she unpublished her first book.

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Episode 59 – Holiday Reading & Podcast Recommendations

For the U.S. Labor Day weekend, we’ve got a short episode that features a special announcement! Big Gay Author Podcast is moving to Wednesday. Will also has some book and podcast recommendations for your weekend, including Make Noise by Eric Nuzum as well as episodes of Stark Reflection Podcast, Six Figure Authors Podcast and Great Writer’s Share Podcast.

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Episode 58 – “Next Level” Q&A with Daniel Willcocks and Sacha Black

After Jeff gives an update on his Christmas novel and says farewell to The Writer’s Well Podcast, the guys welcome Daniel Willcocks and Sacha Black for a round of Q&A. We find out why they write, steps they took to become full time authors and they also share a mistake and a success that they’ve learned from.

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Episode 57 – LaQuette Part 2: Historicals & Why Critical Lens Work is Important to the Romance Industry

In the second part of our interview with author LaQuette about her Critical Lens workshop, she discusses historicals, why this class is valuable for reviewers and readers as well as the importance of normalizing marginalized characters in the romance genre.

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