12193623_917301271674041_2097086358199775016_nIn our very special sweet sixteen episode of the Big Gay Fiction Podcast, we had the chance to chat with author Jordan Nasser about his books Home is a Fire and The Fire Went Wild. I finished reading both of them not too long ago and I can’t recommend them enough. Seriously, I LOVED these books and I highly recommend them!

Jordan asked our listeners, “How do the seasons affect your reading–the amount of reading and the kinds of books you’re reading?”

I would’ve sworn that I generally read less in the summer, but looking back at my reading list from 2015, I saw that my rate stayed pretty steady throughout the year (I only read one book in September, I remember being particularly busy though).  As for the kind of books that I prefer, I don’t think that has much seasonality either. It has more to do with what I just finished reading and wether I’m in the mood for more of the same, or I need a breather and search my TBR for some thing completely different.

How about you? Do the seasons affect your reading habits?

You can answer this week’s question on Episode 16’s page at BigGayFictionPodcast.com


Everyone who answers this week’s question will be entered in a drawing for paperback copies of Jordan’s books Home is a Fire and The Fire Went Wild. Trust me, you’re gonna want these, so comment and enter today at BigGayFictionPodcast.com!