E46: That Was Pretty Feelsy
Jess and Trisha announce the next WIR book club pick, talk about romance authors who write in multiple subgenres, and discuss how to fill the gap when your favorite author stops writing romance – or just does it a bit moreslowly than you might like.
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Thanks to Melody from theHeaving Bosoms podcastfor pointing us towardHEAs All Day: Romance Novels as Social Justice Narratives, a Goodreads book club hosted by Maria DeBlassie! Check out both the book club, which is related to our discussion from the last episode, and the HB podcast, which is delightful.
Find yourself a copy ofGet a Life, Chloe Brownby Talia Hibbert so that you’re ready for the WIR Book Cub discussion coming in January!
Here’s Jessica Avery’s rad BR post about Tiffany Reisz books if you need more guidance (or even if you don’t).
And this is our last call for any recommendation requests! Send them firstname.lastname@example.org November 11!
Jane Doeby Victoria Helen Stone
Between the Sheetsby Molly O’Keefe
The Forbidden Hearts series (beginning withHate to Want You) by Alisha Rai
To Love A Scandalous Dukeby Liana de la Rosa
Tell us your favorite multi-subgenre romance authors and what writers you’ve turned to when you can’t get your hands on a book by your favorite author. As always, you can find Jess and Trisha at the WIR email address (email@example.com). You can also find us on Twitter (@jessisreading and @trishahaleybrwn), or Instagram (@jess_is_reading and @trishahaleybrown).
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