Awards news kicks off this week’s episode with a look at LGBT finalists for the 2017 Daphne Du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery/Suspense and the 2017 RITA Awards, both sponsored by RWA.

Will talks about new merchandise supporting the children’s book Promised Land, including a coloring book. The guys also announce that they’ll be attending screenings at OutFest for Jay Bell’s Something Like Summer and the premiere of Eastsiders Season 3.

Will reviews Stage Two by Ariel Tachna and Cowboys Don’t Come Out by Tara Lain. The guys also discuss, and highly recommend, the recent ABC mini-series When We Rise, which documents the gay liberation movement from 1971-2015.

Suzanne Brockmann, Ed Gaffney and Jason T. Gaffney are welcomed back to the show to continue their interview. This week they discuss their many family collaborations and what’s coming up next for each of them.

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Here are the things we talk about in this episode:

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