This week’s new patrons–SB and David–are welcomed.
The new Facebook Group, This Gay Book I loved, started by author Michael Jensen, is discussed. Jeff & Will review the films Hidden Figures, Florence Foster Jenkins and their re-watch of The Geography Club.
Jordan L. Hawk talks about her latest book, Undertow, which is part of the Whyborne & Griffin universe. She also reveals what’s on her release schedule for 2017, some fascinating research she’s done for her books and much more.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast – Episode 67 – Writing Updates, Book Reviews, “Holiday Inn,” Dani from Love Bytes with Best of 2016 & more
Jeff kicks off the show by updating listeners on all the writing projects he’s worked on in the past week as well as his invitation to take part in the 2017 edition of the Changing on the Fly anthology.
This week’s new patrons–Alicia, Marcia, Sherrylynn, Lissa and Feliza-Rose–are welcomed.
Jeff reviews books from Avon Gale and T.A. Chase while Will reviews one from Rayna Vause. Then they talk about the recent Broadway HD live stream of Holiday Inn as well as the TV shows Star, The Wall and Match Game.
Dani from Love Bytes Review stops by with some of her top book picks from 2016.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast – Episode 66 – Richard Compson Sater Interview, DC’s “Love is Love” Anthology, Valentine’s Giveaway & More
New patrons Amy, Anne, Eileen, Ellen and Laura are thanked for their support. The new Valentine’s Day Gay Romance Paperback Giveaway is also unveiled.
Jeff & Will review the film La La Land as well as the DC Comic’s anthology Love is Love that benefits Equality Florida’s fund for victims, survivors and families of the Pulse nightclub shooting. Will also talks about AJ & Magnus, another comic he’s recently discovered.
Jeff interviews debut novelist Richard Compson Sater, the writer of Rank, which was one of Jeff’s favorite books from 2016.
Jeff and Will wish everyone a happy new year and recap the good release that Love’s Opening Night had. They also introduce Patreon as a way for show listeners to support the podcast with a monthly pledge.
The guys talk about their goals for 2017, including writing, the podcast and trips they’re looking forward to in the new year.
Will reviews a book by Heidi Cullinan while Jeff reviews titles from Brent Hartinger and Avon Gale. They both review Star Wars: Rogue One and Yuri On Ice.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast – Episode 64 – Avon Gale Interview, “Love’s Opening Night” Release, 2016 in Books & More
Jeff and Will start off the final episode of 2016 by wishing everyone a happy holiday week.
Jeff talks about getting back to work on the second book in the Codename: Winger series as well as some work that was done on the co-writing project that’s in progress. He also discusses this week’s release of Love’s Opening Night and Will does a brief interview to get the lowdown on the book. There’s also a giveaway for podcast listeners this week to win an ebook copy.
The guys spend a few minutes talking about the books they read in 2016. Among the authors whose work they call out are: Kindle Alexander, Shira Anthony, Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy, Jeff Garvin, Michael Vance Gurley, TJ Klune, Devon McCormack, Jordan Nasser and Richard Compson Sater. They also looked at how many books they read compared to their goals.
Avon Gale stops by to talk about her new book, Whiskey Business, which is part of Dreamspinner’s States of Love series. She also reveals what’s coming up next in 2017, including the next Scoring Chances book.
Following the interview, Jeff reviews Whiskey Business as well as two new adult books from Brent Hartinger.
Jeff and Will start off by wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy Chanukah week.
Jeff talks about the upcoming Love’s Opening Night release and the blog tour that begins on December 21. He also discusses starting edits for Somewhere on Mackinac, which will release in the spring. Next he offers up a sample of the recently released audiobook Rivals and then announces a giveaway for two podcast listeners two win a Rivals audiobook/ebook combo. The winners from the recent Holiday Paranormal Paperback Giveaway are announced.
Will reviews the three Dreamspun Desires books he recently finished–Seven Card Stud by Ava Drake, Catching Heir by Julia Talbot, Striking Sparks by Ari McKay–as well as recaps the line’s first year. Jeff then reviews A Faithful Son by Michael Scott Garvin and Save of the Game by Avon Gale. The guys also discuss their recently purchased coffee tablebooks from Michael Stokes, Invictus and Adonis Blue.
Jay from Joyfully Jay stops by with a look at some of her favorites from 2016 as well as holiday book recommendation.
Jeff & Will chime in with additional holiday reviews for the books Daddy Kissing Santa Claus by Max Walker and Foxe Den by Haley Walsh (with an audio performance from Joel Leslie) and the holiday film Shared Rooms. Will closes out the show talking about the phenom that is Yuri on Ice.