Jeff’s & Will’s Big Gay Fiction Podcast closed out 2016 with a look at what Will and I read this year–with each of us naming the books that stuck with us the most from the year. As you’ll hear in the podcast, I had a successful year hitting my reading goals–though I wish I had time to read more I did at least make goal.

So what were the best that I read in 2016? I’ll tell you the authors, but you’ll have to listen to show to find out what the books were and why I liked them: Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy, Jeff Garvin, Michael Vance Gurley, TJ Klune and Richard Compson Sater.

Elsewhere in episode 64, Will interviews me (which is a unique turn of events) about Love’s Opening Night, which releases this week (and if you don’t know about the blog tour where you can win a free copy you can check out the schedule here). Plus, I get to talk to Avon Gale, whose hockey romances I’ve been devouring, about her new non-hockey related book, Whiskey Business. I devoured that book too and review it in the show along with two books from Brent Hartinger.

I hope you’ll stop by and check out all the groovy stuff in this week’s show!