Episodes

Episode 227 – Inside Hollywood & the Digital Nomad Lifestyle with Brent Hartinger

The guys offer up a new installment of Romance Revisited featuring recently re-released books.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Jeff reviews Erin McLellan’s Candy Hearts.

Brent Hartinger is here to talk about his latest book, The Otto Digmore Decision, the latest installment in the universe he began with Geography Club. He also has the details on Project Pay Day, a new movie that’s expected to be out later this year. Brent also discusses the digital nomad life he leads with his husband, author Michael Jensen.

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Episode 226 – “PsyCop” and “Spellcraft” with Jordan Castillo Price

Jeff & Will shout out a special mini-series from Smart Podcast, Trashy Books that detail the recent issues with the Romance Writers of America. They also discuss the finale of NBC’s The Good Place and the Netflix series AJ and the Queen.

Will reviews The ABC’s of Spellcraft Collection Volume 1 by Jordan Castillo Price and Jeff reviews 19 Love Songs by David Levithan.

Jordan joins Jeff to talk about the Spellcraft books as well as Bitter Pill, which is the eleventh book in the PsyCop series. Jordan details the origins of both series, talks about what’s coming next and also what got her started as an author.

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Episode 225 – Inside “The Chosen One” Universe with Macy Blake

Jeff mentions the books he released last week. The guys talk about some TV they’ve been watching, including EastSiders: The Documentary and 911 Lone Star. They also discuss the sneak peek they got of Charlie David’s GRL documentary and Jason T. Gaffney’s new project at Dekkoo.

Jeff reviews When Frankie Meets Johnny by Xio Axelrod and Triangulation by Gregory Ashe. Will reviews Avery Ford’s Trust Me and Believe Me.

Macy Blake talks with Jeff about The Chosen One series, which has its finale on February 4 with the release of Stop at Nothing. Macy also shares her plans to continue writing in the Chosen One universe, how much fun she’s had with it and what its earliest origins were.

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Episode 224 – Coastal Magic Featured Author Meghan Maslow Interview

Jeff & Will kick off this week talking about their recent appearance on the Tea & Strumpets podcast where they talked about Cat Sebastian’s The Soldier’s Scoundrel. They also have an installment of Romance Revisited.

Jeff talks about his musical theater binge that included the Broadway revival of West Side Story, the Alanis Morissette musical Jagged Little Pill and a third visit to Dear Evan Hansen. Will reviews Mischief & Mayhem by Jaxon Knight.

Coastal Magic Featured Author Meghan Maslow joins us to talk about the third book in her Starfig Investigations series and also shares what’s still to come. She also discusses what she’s looking forward to at Coastal Magic this year.

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Episode 223 – A Trip to Atlantis with K.D. Edwards

Jeff & Will discuss their upcoming appearance on the Tea & Strumpets Podcast to chat about Cat Sebastian’s The Soldier’s Scoundrel. They also announce that their co-written book, The Hockey Player’s Heart, will re-release Wednesday, January 15 as it celebrates its second anniversary.

Will reviews Rival Princes by Jaxon Knight. Jeff reviews Rescue Me by K.M. Neuhold, Cloud Cover by Jeffrey Sotto and Fearlsong by TJ Klune.

K.D. Edwards discusses The Hanged Man, the second book in his Tarot Sequence series. He talks about his re-telling of the Atlantis myth and how the tarot works into the books. He also gives some insight into where the series is going next, a YA book he wants to write and how amazing his readers are.

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Episode 222 – The ReQueered Tales Mission with Matt Lubbers-Moore

Jeff & Will kick things off with an announcement that Jeff’s hockey romance Head in the Game is now in Kindle Unlimited and that The Hockey Player’s Heart, a second chance romance they wrote together, is on pre-order for a January 15 re-release and will also be in KU. Will also looks at other re-release titles in this week’s installment of Romance Revisited.

The guys talk about season 4 of the Netflix series Eastsiders as well as Chuck Tingle’s latest short story Not Pounded By Romance Wranglers Of America Because Their New Leadership Is From The Depths Of The Endless Cosmic Void. Jeff also reviews Risk Assessment by Parker St. John.

Matt Lubbers-Moore talks with Jeff about ReQueered Tales, a publishing company with the mission to bring back out-of-print gay fiction. Matt discusses the first books they’ve released, what’s involved in securing the rights to the books and some of the wonderful reactions they’ve had with authors and their families as they’ve reached out about these books from long ago. Plus, we find out what’s on ReQueered’s wish list.

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