Jeff talks about zero word counts, editing, cover reviews and getting logos for the series he’ll debut this spring.
This week’s new patrons–Juli-Anna, Patty and Theodore–are welcomed.
Foster Bridget Cassidy talks about her debut novel Pipelines in Paradise, which is part of States of Love series from Dreamspinner Press.
With only a week left in the Valentine’s Day Gay Romance Paperback giveaway, Jeff & Will review some of the favorite tropes we’ve heard from listeners. In addition the guys also congratulate some of their favorite Oscar nominated films, talk about the premiere of Riverdale and the hilarious comedy/mystery series Where the Bears Are.
Lisa from The Novel Approach stops by to talk about books from Peter Styles and Cat Sebastian.
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Here are the things we talk about in this episode:
- Big Gay Fiction Podcast on Patreon.com
- Big Gay Fiction Podcast patrons on BGFP website
- Foster Bridget Cassidy interview
- Foster Bridget Cassidy: Website | Facebook | Twitter
- Pipelines in Paradise by Foster Bridget Cassidy on Amazon
- States of Love series on Dreamspinner Press
- Trope comments on BGFP #66
- La La Land website
- Moonlight website
- The Glow of Moonlight from CBS Sunday Morning website
- Hidden Figures website
- Riverdale on CW website
- Where the Bears Are website
- Where the Bears Are streaming on Amazon
- Lisa from The Novel Approach
- The Novel Approach website
- Drop Dead series by Peter Styles on Amazon
- Reviews of the Drop Dead series on The Novel Approach
- The Lawrence Browne Affair by Cat Sebastian on Amazon (pre-order for February 7 release)
I truly love your podcast for so many reasons! It lifts my workday when I listen for one. I wish it was longer! I love the book reviews and book recommendations and the TV and movie commentary too! You guys are going a great job. I can’t read fast enough! Thanks for all you do!
Thanks so much Patty! That’s so good to hear.
We’ve got the same problem with reading fast enough…so much to read and just not enough time.
As for longer, it’s funny. There was a time when we thought the show would only be 30 minutes. Then we started interviewing more people and thought 45 would be the top. But, as you know, we routinely push an hour now. I’m not sure we want to push past that, but you never know. 🙂