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14. Sarah Mayberry Interview: November 15, 2011

Jane and Sarah interview Sarah Mayberry, talk about her books and her current work in progress, and make her try on an American accent.

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13. Reader Mail: October 18, 2011

This week: we peek in the mailbox and answer listener email. Are paranormals and vampire romances on the way out? Have we reached saturation? What surprises does our email inbox hold for us? And what book will Sarah read aloud this time? All the answers are here for your enjoyment.

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17. Ridiculousness Threshold: 29 December 2011

Jane and Sarah talk about the ridiculous threshold, where hyperbolic characters and plots become too much - and why that threshold varies for different readers depending on genre.

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16. Shopping, Reading, and Renaming the Podcast: 16 December 2011

This week Sarah convinces Jane to talk about the Agony / Ecstasy Anthology, and we reminisce about old ebook stores and old reading devices. We also discuss schmoopy epilogues, were-bears, and books we're reading right now.

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15. What We’re Reading: November 28, 2011

Sarah and Jane talk about what we're reading, whether there's more cursing in romance than there was previously, and what we wish for in a paranormal werewolf romance. We also talk about football. Really.

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19. Buying, Reading and Reviewing

Sarah and Jane discuss book buying, reading, and reviewing, and Jane attempts to recommend a book to Sarah.

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18. Coltish! A visit with our listener email.

Sarah & Jane talk about coltish legs, books that make us cry, being happy drunks, and werewolf fiction best-of. We also talk about Lisa Kleypas' upcoming 'Rainshadow Road.'

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22. The Romance Canon

Sarah and Jane discuss the romance canon - what it is, who is in it, and why the term 'canon' might mean different things to different people.

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