Sarah interviews New York Times Bestselling author Courtney Milan in this episode. They talk about the lawsuit filed by Ellora's Cave against Jane Litte and Dear Author, about legal things in general, and why it's a bad idea to piss off lawyers and journalists. Plus, they have a really fascinating
Jane and I are together again - yay! We don't talk about the lawsuit against her because, well, many reasons. But we do talk about Kindle Unlimited, the KU All Stars, and a few of the different subscription services. We AGREE on a BOOK. I can hear you asking,
This week, Sarah interviews Elyse and we discuss Many Many Things. We talk about why Elyse likes erotic dominant/submissive stories. We talk about the tropes she likes, alpha heroes, and power dynamics that appear in multiple sub-genres. We talk about manicures and Elyse's longtime love of time -travel romances. Remember
Carrie and Sarah discuss cons, and the magic of small and large communities of fans gathering in once place. We also talk about her research into women of the Victorian era, developments in science, technology & social issues, and the weird sense that history repeats itself.
This week, Jane and Sarah interview John Jacobson, whom you may know from his blog Dreaming in Books and from interacting with him on Twitter. He's been a romance reader and a unique voice in the romance community since he was 15. Now he's a sophomore in college, and we
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