In this episode, Elyse and Sarah interview Sarah MacLean, New York Times bestselling author of historical romance. We talk about Billionaire Dinosaurs, but more about her upcoming book, Never Judge a Lady by her Cover, which comes out Tuesday, 25 November. We cover identity, the need for Regency pool boys,
This week I chat again with Kate Noble and Kate Rorick who are conveniently the same person about the upcoming tv show The Librarians. We talked about this during a podcast interview I did with her over the summer. The reboot, which premieres December 7 is going to be also
We retread some of the economic discussion from our earlier podcast, but we have more to say about what's selling, most notably ebooks. We also have Malle Valick from Harlequin with us to discuss all things bright and digital from Harlequin. Enjoy!
Sarah's too close to the phone, Jane is driving, and we're recording our conversation. As Jane says, we are the picture of amateurs. Come watch us grow! Or, listen, as the case may be.
The emergence of epublishing and small presses, and a discussion of market penetration, with special guest Angela James from Sam Hain publishing.
Victoria Dahl, author of "Talk Me Down," joins us to talk about small towns, sexually intelligent heroines, and responding to reviews. Then Jane and Sarah talk about talking dirty- but don't actually get to it.
We have a delicious (and somewhat squeeful) chat with author Claudia Dain about romance heroines who are subversive, powerful, and deviously smart.
Sarah and Jane start the podcast up again with a discussion of what we're reading, and what Harlequin Presents novels we like. We also discuss at length a new book, "A Lady Awakened" by Cecilia Grant. Good Book Noise is made, and Sarah owes Jane a puppy.