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.
Continuing the Christmas in July theme, Jeff and Will review Love Happens Anyway by RJ Scott. Jeff also reviews Sticky Fingers by Davidson King.
Jeff is joined by Leslie Copeland, Pandora Pine and Piper Scott to talk about the fourth edition of the Heart2Heart Charity Anthology. Leslie has the scoop on the origin of the popular series and how it took a paranormal twist for the first time. Pandora, Piper and Jeff talk about their stories and what it was like working with the prompts from readers. Pandora and Piper also have details on what’s coming up next for them.
In this episode of the Big Gay Fiction Book Club, Jeff and Will discuss the wild west, shifter romance Heartache & Hoofbeats by Maz Maddox.
The June Big Gay Fiction Book Club episode, featuring Heartache and Hoofbeats by Maz Maddox premieres on Tuesday, June 30. The guys also talk about the upcoming release of Heart2Heart Anthology Volume 4, featuring 18 authors including Jeff & Will.
The Netflix premieres of the documentary Disclosure and season two of The Politician are discussed along with Pose-A-Thon, a pride celebration from the cast and crew of Pose. Jeff reviews Finding Joy by Adriana Herrera.
Lauren Shippen talks with Jeff about the podcasts and novels that make up The Bright Sessions universe. They discuss the origins of the original audio drama podcast as well as how the show spun off additional podcasts and more recently novels. Lauren also shares a special reading from The Infinite Noise, the first Bright Sessions novel, and what Pride means to her.
Author Max Walker shares a reading from his new book Hummingbird Heartbreak. He also talks about what Pride means to him.