The 2018 Winter Olympics are discussed, especially the representation from openly gay athletes Adam Rippon and Gus Kenworthy.
The Book2Pod service was unveiled last week, offering to create computer-read books in podcast format. Jeff submitted a sample of his book, Dancing for Him, so listeners can sample a book as read by
Lisa from The Novel Approach recommends books by Andrea Speed, Jordan Castillo Price
The guys review the Heart2Heart charity anthology as well as Lucy Lennox’s Felix and the Prince.
Lucy returns to the show to talk about Felix, what’s coming up next in the Forever Wilde series and lots more.
Book2Pod Sample of "Dancing for Him" - Read by "Harry"
Big Gay Fiction Podcast – Episode 123 – V.L. Locey & RJ Scott Talk “Poke Check,” Book & Movie Reviews & More
A shout out is given to Cupid Strikes Again Free Male/Male romance stories available from February 11-18 from authors including Garett Groves, Piper Scott, Amy Tasukada, Kiki Burrelli, Alex Miska, Lucy Lennox, and others. GayRomLit registration is also discussed as it comes up on Saturday, February 17.
Will reviews Fortune’s Slings & Cupid’s Arrows by Ari McKay. Jeff reviews Down on the Farm and The Past Comes Home, both by Silvia Violet with narration by Greg Boudreaux. The guys also discuss the films Call Me By Your Name and God’s Own Country.
V.L. Locey and RJ Scott stop by to talk about Poke Check, the latest in the Harrisburg Railers series. They also discuss how they become co-writers, what’s coming next for them both and give an update on the Changing On The Fly charity anthology.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast – Episode 122 – Lucy Lennox Gets “Heart2Heart,” Greg Tremblay Talks Audiobooks & More
New patron RobK is welcomed.
Lucy Lennox stops by to talk about the Heart 2 Heart charity anthology that releases this week. She tells us about the origin of the book as well and the charities it supports.
Jeff and Will discuss Wrapped Up in You by Ella Frank and Brooke Blaine, which is also being made into a film by PassionFlix. Jeff also reviews The Glamour Thieves by Don Allmon.
Greg Tremblay is interviewed and gives his origin story, the scoop on his most recent titles and a look at his process. He’s also got a giveaway.
Jeff & Will open the show talking about their past week in writing and revisions. A couple of shoutouts are given to Oscar nominees, Call Me By Your Name and The Greatest Showman. They also discuss the past week’s announcement that Kobo and WalMart have formed a partnership to distribute ebooks and ereaders.
New patron Cali is welcomed.
Jeff reviews Fish Stick Fridays by Rhys Ford. The guys also review the indie movie Do You Take This Man starring Anthony Rapp and Jonathan Bennett.
Jeff & Will interview A.M. Arthur about her Clean Slate Ranch series, her latest installments in the Breaking Free series (out this week), how she got started in gay romance and what’s to come in 2018.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast – Episode 120 – Heidi Cullinan & Iggy Toma Interview Part 2, Book Reviews & More
New patrons Lisa and Aurora are welcomed.
Jeff reviews Straight from the Heart by Sam Burns, Come What May by A.M. Arthur, Romancing the Werewolf by Gail Carriger along with a re-read of Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli. The guys also talk about two TV shows that debuted in the past week: FX’s American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace and the latest CW superhero show Black Lightning.
Author Heidi Cullinan and voice artist Iggy Toma return for the second part of their interview with Jeff. In this week they discuss how their collaboration started and how it works, their latest audio Antisocial, what’s coming this year for both of them and more.
Jeff & Will discuss various aspects of their debut collaboration, The Hockey Player’s Heart. The book is now available from Dreamspinner Press at all major online book retailers.
Among the topics they talk about this being Will’s debut novel, their writing process, populating the book with out and proud characters, their love of category romance, short reads vs. epic length, the small town setting and they wrap up with Will reading from the book’s prologue.