Aussie Author Geoffrey Knight – BGFP episode 149

Jeff and I welcome the new listeners who discovered the show because of episode 147 with TJ Klune and Kirt Graves. We also announce the show is now available on Spotify.

The reality crafting series Making It is discussed as are the documentaries When the Beat Drops, about Atlanta’s bucking scene, and Light in the Water, which chronicles the history of the West Hollywood Aquatics Club.

I review the cozy mystery Cruel Candy by Mildred Abbott and Jeff reviews Scorpio Hates Virgo by Anyta Sunday.

Jeff and I interview one of our favorite people, Geoffrey Knight about the Fathom’s Five series and My Billionaire series. Geoff also talks about what got him started writing, who some of his author influences are and if the findings from his Why Straight Women Love Gay Romance book still hold true today.

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Book Reviews and the Bi Sci Fi Podcast – BGFP episode 148

We talk about the latest Kickstarter from Suzanne Brockmann and Jason T. Gaffney for their upcoming film Out of Body. I review the gay historical romance Kidnapped by the Pirate by Keira Andrews (OMG I loved it so much!) and Jeff reviews Five Minutes Longer by Victoria Sue and There Goes Sunday School by Alexander C. Eberhart. Jeff interviews Carrie Pack about her latest book, Past Imperfect, as well as her new podcast, Bi Sci Fi.

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The Latest From TJ Klune – BGFP episode 147

This week Jeff interviews TJ Klune and Kirt Graves. Ravensongthe sequel to TJ’s best selling Wolfsong, came out this week. TJ discusses what readers can look forward to in Ravensong, which takes place before, during and after the events in the first book. TJ also discusses what’s still to come in the Green Greek series.

Kirt relates how he got into audiobook narration, how he got the Wolfsong job (which was his first) and the recording of that book. Kirt and TJ also discuss how their collaboration works.

Other topics include what draws readers to Joe and Ox, the length of books and why TJ likes long stories. Both of them discuss what’s in their futures as well, including TJ’s upcoming The Extraordinaries series and October’s The Bones Beneath My Skin.

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Romantic Suspense From Layla Reyne – BGFP episode 146

We congratulate and thank author/advocate Suzanne Brockmann, who accepted her Romance Writers of America Lifetime Achievement Award with a powerful and passionate speech.

We also discuss the documentaries Making Fun: The Story of Funko and Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story.

I review The Veranda, the third in Rosalind Abel’s Lavender Shores series. Jeff reviews Imperial Stout, the first book in Layla Reyne’s new Trouble Brewing series.

Layla then talks with Jeff about her new series, as well as the Agents Irish & Whiskey series, how she got her start and what’s still to come.

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Summertime Reading – BGFP episode 145

Jeff and I kick off the show by looking back at some of their favorite summertime vacation memories.

The Coastal Magic Reading Challenge is discussed.

I’m so happy!!! We celebrate the news that Pose will get a second season on FX! We also discuss the new series from Brian Sloan called West 40s as well as season 3 of the Starz series Outlander. The Amazon original A Very English Scandal is also reviewed.

I review The Garden, the second of Rosalind Abel’s Lavender Shores series (it’s sooo god). Jeff reviews Geoffrey Knight’s The Temple of Time and Rachael Herron’s Fast Draft Your Memoir: Write Your Life Story in 45 Hours.

Lisa from The Novel Approach drops by to recommend two series from Gregory Ashe–Hazard and Somerset and HallowFolk–as well as The Heretic Doms Club series by Marie Sexton.

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