After technical difficulties with a recording with Jane (DARN IT), I asked on Twitter if anyone would like to tell me about what they're reading for this week's podcast. So please meet Ilona Andrews, NYT best selling author, who wants to tell us about a barbarian romance she discovered, written
This week, Sarah dives into the email inbox to share what you have been writing to us about. We touch on reading recommendations for romance readers and young readers, along with fandoms, international book borrowing options, and more.
Sarah interviews with Kat Mayo about blogging, Melina Marchetta and the possibility of her books being made into films. And when book bloggers get in a room, microphone or no microphone, we talk about what we're reading. And we give tips on how you can identify the REAL billionaires in
In this week's episode, Sarah chats with Nikki, an Australian romance reader who is also part of the Buffy fandom Down Under. They chat about fandoms, and some of the reasons they make people happy, as well as Emma Approved, going down the rabbit hole when you love something that
In part II of Sarah's interview with Renee Raudman, they talk about how Renee handles reviews, and how she manages varying feedback on her performances. We discuss male narrators of romance fiction, and the intimacy and connection readers sometimes feel with the voices and people who perform beloved stories.
While at RWA, Sarah met with Renee Raudman, audiobook narrator, and asked her some of the questions that folks asked after her first interview with the podcast. We talk about how the audiobook world and the author world used to be separate, but are now becoming closer as authors
We're back with more of our and your recommendations for young readers, plus a few beta hero recs from Jane. Then, to celebrate our 100th episode, a surprise at the end.