Episodes

Episode 417 – Onley James Explores “Necessary Evils”

Jeff & Will are joined by author Onley James to talk about her Necessary Evils series, including the latest book Maniac. Onley discusses how she went from writing as a hobby to deciding to publish her stories, and what fascinates her about psychopaths and why she writes happily ever afters for them. She also chats about her Patreon community, and what readers can expect from her later this year.

Look for the next episode of Big Gay Fiction Podcast on Monday, April 10.

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Episode 416 – Enemies to Lovers Fantasy Romance with Ruby Roe

Jeff & Will welcome Ruby Roe to talk about her debut sapphic fantasy romance A Game of Hearts and Heists. Ruby is the alter ego of author and podcaster Sacha Black, who writes books for authors as well as fantasy YA. Sacha discusses what inspired her to write queer romance and this first book in the Girl Games series. We also find out why she picked the name Ruby Roe, and how much she enjoyed writing this book. Sacha also has several book recommendations.

Look for the next episode of Big Gay Fiction Podcast on Monday, March 27.

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Episode 415 – A Trip to “Liar City” with Allie Therin

Jeff & Will welcome Allie Therin to the podcast to talk about her new urban fantasy thriller Liar City, the first book in the Sugar & Vice series. Allie discusses how Liar City went from the first short story she ever wrote to a brand new trilogy. She shares the origins of Reese and Grayson, their slow burn romance, and why it became her fifth book to be published. Allie also talks about the Magic in Manhattan and Roaring Twenties Magic series, and she’s got some book recommendations.

Look for the next episode of Big Gay Fiction Podcast on Monday, March 13.

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Episode 414 – Characters Striving for Queer Excellence with Phil Stamper

Phil Stamper, who had two books on Jeff & Will’s favorites of 2022 list, discusses his new YA novel Afterglow, which completes the Golden Boys duology. Phil talks about why he wanted to tell the story of four high school students, and the challenges of writing a story with four main charactersHe also shares his experience as a new father, as well as a couple of book recommendations, and what’s coming up later this year. Plus, since it’s Valentine’s week, we find out the kinds of dates the Golden Boys would go on.

Look for the next episode of Big Gay Fiction Podcast on Monday, February 27.

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Episode 413 – Two Authors Join Forces to Become Mika Nix

Jeff & Will welcome authors Mia Monroe and K.M. Neuhold to talk about their new collaboration, writing as Mika Nix for the Drake Security series. Mia and Kyleen discuss what came first, the dragons or the bodyguards, plus the origins of the name Mika Nix. They also share how Nico and Lake’s fated mates romance came together in Hot Head, and offer a few details of what’s still to come in the series. In addition, they each have a book recommendation and tell us what else is coming up for them individually this year.

Look for the next episode of Big Gay Fiction Podcast on Monday, February 13.

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Episode 412 – Queer Graphic Novels Plus Author Julian Winters

Jeff & Will discuss some queer graphic novels they’ve enjoyed including the Fence series by C.S. Pacat, plus two by Andrew Wheeler, Love and War and Sins of the Black Flamingo.

Author Julian Winters returns and in keeping with the comics theme, he and Jeff discuss Superman: Son of Kal-El and the representation it brought to the DC universe. Julian also talks about his new YA novel, As You Walk On By. Jeff also reviews As You Walk On By.

Look for the next episode of Big Gay Fiction Podcast on Monday, January 30.

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