Jeff shares a listener recommendation before Will reviews Boyfriend with Benefits by Allison Temple. Jeff reviews two books by Jim Provenzano: Everytime I Think of You and Message of Love.
Davidson King sits down with Jeff to talk about her Haven Hart universe, which includes her latest book To Die For that is part of the spin-off Joker’s Sin series. Davidson also discusses Sticky Fingers, what got her to take the leap to writing her own book and the Diverse Reader review site. Plus she talks about some books she’s been enjoying this summer.
Jeff and Will talk about the super fun High School Musical: The Musical: The Series on Disney+. Jeff has more book recommendations from listeners and also gives his review of Alexis Hall’s Boyfriend Material. Will reviews Honeymoon for One by Keira Andrews.
For this first listener favorite episode, we feature Joel Leslie’s appearances on the podcast. He talks about working with Haley Walsh on the Skyler Foxe Mysteries and with Marshall Thornton on Femme. Joel also talks about what it means to him voicing so many LGBTQ+ characters across more than 200 books.
Jeff & Will celebrate Christmas in July with this episode of the Big Gay Fiction Book Club with a discussion the second chance romance Mr. Frosty Pants by Leta Blake.
Jeff talks about the Netflix film The Old Guard and then shares a book recommendation from a listener. Will’s “Christmas in July” reading concludes with Three Dates of Christmas by KC Burn, Temporary Santa by Dev Bentham and An Everyday Hero by E.J. Russell.
Jeff reviews Camp by L.C. Rosen and then discusses the book with the author. Lev talks about why he wrote the rom-com style story of Randy and Hudson and what he hopes readers take away from the story. Lev also shares a little bit of info on the forthcoming movie adaptation, what got him into writing and why queer YA stories are so important.
Jeff shares a book recommendation from a listener. Will’s “Christmas in July” reading continues with two books by Avery Ford, The Holiday Mix Up and Second Chance for Christmas.
Nora Phoenix talks about Omega’s Truth, the tenth and final book in her Irresistible Omegas series. Nora also discusses why she likes to write across so many genres, her collaboration with K.M. Neuhold, what got her into writing and how it’s helped her. She also teases what’s coming next.
Will continues his month of “Christmas in July” reading with a review of What Happens at Christmas by Jay Northcote. Jeff reviews TJ Klune’s The Extraordinaries.
E. Davies talks with Jeff about Freedom, the latest book in his F-Word series. They also discuss the Rosavia Royals series and the new Significant Brothers box set. Ed also shares details on a non-fiction book he’s working on.