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Time to deep dive into another classic YA Romance: Sweet Dreams #7, Green Eyes by Suzanne Rand. Julie has a problem with the green-eyed monster, and it lasts for a lot of pages. We’ve got:
Yet Another Teen Hangout with a Fun Name
Just Talk to Each Other for Goodness’ Sake
Join me as I struggle. Seriously, it’ll be fun.
It’s new release time, babes! This week, Abigail is joined by returning guest and ali-yum lover, Victoria Aveline! They’re talking about her new book, USING FEJO, the mouthfeel of salamanders vs banana slugs, good motivations for unlikeable heroines, FDA disapproved uses for ginger, and the acquired taste of mafia romance. Enjoy!
It’s a new year, and there’s a new sheriff in town! Join us for a hoot and a holler in Part 1 of 3 of our review of 1974’s “Blazing Saddles”!
We’ll start as we normally do, discussing how we were introduced to the film, wrastle up about two pages of Sean Facts, and dive straight into the plot — just about to the introduction of Bart to the town of Rock Ridge.
While Wess and Julie adjust to their new lives, mysterious circumstances force them to reconnect and discuss the challenges of the new quarter. Julie gets a strange visit from an old acquaintance. Wess gets a new assignment. Will their ever diverging paths bring collaboration? Or will they result in a head-on collision?
Jeff & Will welcome author Gabbi Grey to talk about her sunshine/grumpy, forced proximity romance “Ginger Snapping All the Way.” Gabbi shares how “Ginger Snapping” became her first full length novel, and how the characters of Maddox and Ravi found their way to the page. We also get details on the pets she writes into her books (including how Princess Sofia from “Ginger Snapping” is based on her dog), what’s coming up for her various pen names in 2022, and some great book recommendations.
It’s Week 2 of Manuary 2022 and Alli and her guest turn their attention to Beverly Cleary’s Newbery Medal-winning novel, Dear Mr. Henshaw. Their discussion covers everything from Beverly Cleary’s legacy and the way the book offers an unfiltered look at divorce from a child’s perspective to writing advice and class. Guest Jeff Zentner also shares how he’s been influenced by Dear Mr. Henshaw and Beverly Cleary.
Happy New Year! And, happy Season four with author Cathy Maxwell who we have always wanted to cover. We are starting with “His Secret Mistress” in preparation for the upcoming release for the Logical Man’s Guide to Dangerous Women series.
Brandon Balfour, frustrated for possibly not getting a commission, left London for the country. Actually, he was already summoned to Maidenshop by his sister, the dramatic dowager Duchess because her son, his guardian, has fallen for an actress. Although he assures his sister that it is common to dally with an actress as a new adult, her description is familiar so he rushed to find his nephew and the older woman.
Kate Addison was on her way to fulfill her dream. Years of touring the country and saving allows her to return to London and perform with her troupe. However, one of her wagon’s broke down and Duke Winderton offered she camp on his lands while repairs are made, and while he falls more in lust with her and she becomes more annoyed by him.
Brandon approaches the troupe’s encampment and recognizes Kate, the reason he left London long ago. Kate can’t believe who she’s seeing, the source of her hurt and shame. So, what does she do? She pretends she does not know him while he tells her to leave his nephew alone and leave Maidenshop.
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