Jane and Sarah interview New York Times bestselling author Maya Banks. We talk about what she's writing, and what she's reading - both Maya and Jane are fans of books that contain crack. We talk about her feelings about first person point of view, new books, antiheroes, and recurring characters
This week, Jane and Sarah chat with Shauna Summers, Executive Editor at Ballantine/Bantam/Dell. Shauna also taught a Romance Publishing course at NYU. We talk about her job, whether she does get to read books all the time, and how she evaluates a manuscript or story to look for something she
So, when Carrie and Sarah sit down to talk, what do they discuss? Buffy and tree houses, of course! In this podcast, we chat about worlds Carrie would like to live in or visit, favorite books to re-read, male physique and the sexualization of abs and pecs, and we
Sarah chats with Marjorie Liu about her recently released book, the animated film she wrote, and her career writing in fiction, comics, graphic novels, and more.
This week, RedHeadedGirl answers Sarah's questions, plus questions from readers on Twitter, which lead to ... still more questions. We discuss her catnip, what fandoms she loves, and what she's reading
Sarah and Jane sit down with Tracey Garvis Graves, author of the bestseller On the Island, and talk about romance, self publishing, and book recommendations.
Sarah and Jane talk with Kati D about the books that brought her to review for DearAuthor, and what books she finds totally crackalicious. We talk about her disappointments with series that she has loved, the frequency of the word "Babe" in some works, and what she's looking forward to.
This week, Sarah interviews Elyse, who reviews romantic suspense, historicals and other fun things at Smart Bitches. She also likes to outline what parts of romance novel sex scenes really tick her off. Sarah & Elyse talk about the ways in which romantic suspense has changed over the years, the