Jeff and Will kick things off by answering a question from a listener: what is your favorite menage/poly book? They also announce a giveaway, courtesy of Bru Baker, for an audiobook download of Tall, Dark & Deported.
Romance Awareness Month is celebrated with a look at some real life couples. Jeff & Will also talk about the short film, In a Heartbeat, which was released on July 31.
Jeff interviews Jay Bell about his Something Like… series, which now includes a film and a comic book adaptation of the first book, Something Like Summer. Jay talks about the book’s origins, how it became a series and how fans helped push Summer into new formats. Plus, with the series wrapping up, he discusses what’s coming next.
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Here are the things we talk about in this episode:
- Cattle Valley Volume One by Carol Lynne on Amazon
- 911 by Chris Owen on Amazon
- Tall, Dark & Deported by Bru Baker on Amazon
- Big Gay Fiction Podcast on Patreon.com
- Big Gay Fiction Podcast patrons on BGFP website
- In a Heartbeat on YouTube
- In a Heartbeat website
- Jay Bell interview
- Jay Bell: website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Instagram | Amazon
- C.S. Lewis on Amazon
- Piers Anthony on Amazon
- Terry Brooks on Amazon
- Something Like… series by Jay Bell on Amazon
- Something Like Summer by Jay Bell on Amazon
- Something Like Winter by Jay Bell on Amazon
- Something Like Autumn by Jay Bell on Amazon
- Something Like Spring by Jay Bell on Amazon
- Something Like… series by Jay Bell and performed by Kevin R. Free on Audible
- Something Like Summer movie website
- Something Like Summer comic book website
- Cassy Fallon on Deviant Art
- Jay Bell Patreon on Patreon.com
- Loka Legends series by Jay Bell on Amazon
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In response to the listener question, if you like a little fantasy with your menage/poly, I suggest KC Wells’ ‘A bond of three’ and ‘A bond of truth’.