Author Chat with Binge on Books, July Edition: Jordan Castillo Price

If you haven’t noticed, this past May and June were mighty quiet in terms of podcasts…but now, they are back! And who better to help us kick start a new season of Author Chat than one of the most versatile, charismatic, wildly popular authors in the LGBTQ community: Jordan Castillo Price.

She’s known for writing creepy settings, haunting characters, and fantastically fleshed out scenarios. I fell in love with her thanks to her series: Mnevermind, Channeling Morpheus, and Psycop but maybe for YOU it was her standalones: The Starving Years, Magic Mansion, and Charmed and Dangerous. No matter how you found her and which book you like best, we can all agree – she is a force to be reckoned with in the publishing world and this is one Author Chat you will not want to bypass! Plus she includes a short freebie from her Psycop series (Thaw, read by Gomez Pugh)!

So here she is…Jordan Castillo Price in July’s Author Chat with Binge on Books!

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jcp-portrait-250Author and artist Jordan Castillo Price writes paranormal sci-fi thrillers colored by her time in the midwest, from inner city Chicago, to rural small town Wisconsin, to liberal Madison. Her influences include Ouija boards, Return of the Living Dead, “light as a feather, stiff as a board,” girls with tattoos and boys in eyeliner.

Jordan is best known as the author of the PsyCop series, an unfolding tale of paranormal mystery and suspense starring Victor Bayne, a gay medium who’s plagued by ghostly visitations.
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Jumping Genres: The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees by Robert Penn

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Published by: W. W. Norton & Company; 1 edition (July 26, 2016)

Format: Galley

Genre: Contemporary Memoir

Order at: Amazon

Reviewed by: Andy, Guest Reviewer

About the book: The story of how one man cut down a single tree to see how many things could be made from it.

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Contemporary Romance Review – Roller Girl by Vanessa North

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Published by: Riptide

Format: eArc .mobi

Genre: Contemporary, LGBTQ

Order at: Amazon

Reviewed by: Erin

What to Expect: F/F roller derby romance featuring amazing female friendships, queer ladies everywhere, a trans heroine, and a goofy dog named Elvis!

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Alisa Listens, Audio Review: Monsters: A Love Story by Liz Kay

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Publisher:  G.P. Putman’s Sons

Format:  Audiobook | Narrator:  Allyson Ryan

Genre:  fiction, romance  

Order link: Amazon | Penguin

Reviewed by:  Alisa

What to expect:  A funny and poignant debut novel about the ways we love, even when we’re not at our best.

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What We’re Reading Now, July 24th edition – What Erin’s Reading

By now, I’m sure you’ve noticed: 2016 SUCKS.

Don’t worry, we have you covered here at BoB. This week, I’m reading books that will take you far away: an enchanted city under the sea, a world of mechanics and magic, and a secluded Texas ranch…

What’s Erin Reading? 

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Binge Worthy Books Review: Seven Tears at High Tide by C.B. Lee

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Published by: Duet, a YA imprint of Interlude Press  

Format: Kindle, Paperback, eBook

Genre: YA, Urban Fantasy, Romance, LGBTQA+

Order at: Amazon

Reviewed by: Sara Beth

What to Expect: A charming twist on the selkie legend, one that will keep you laughing and rooting hard for the love of two boys against a tradition that might have them pegged as doomed from the start.

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Authors Interviewing Authors: Atom Yang interviews Karen Stivali

Hi all: I’m thrilled that Judith asked me to interview Karen Stivali! Her book, Tonight, which was part of M/M Romance Group on Goodreads’ Love is an Open Road event, was one of my prime introductions to the genre and a huge inspiration for my own story, Red Envelope.

It’s not every day that I get to interview one of the people who got me started on following my own dream! (Of course, this is my first interview ever and my mind has been blank as to what I could ask Karen, but I think I’ve managed to come up with a few interesting questions.)

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Fantasy Review: The Pirates of Fathoms Deep (Tales of the High Court Vol 2) by Megan Derr

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The Pirate of Fathoms Deep (Tales of the High Court Vol. 2) by Megan Derr

Published by: Less Than Three Press  

Format: Kindle, Paperback, eBook

Genre: Fantasy, Romance, MM

Order at: Amazon

Reviewed by: Sara Beth

What to Expect: A sweetly humorous, slightly angsty romance featuring the connection between a pirate with serious self-worth issues and a High Commander who won’t settle for anyone else.

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What Are We Reading? – July 17th edition, What Erin’s Reading

Welcome back for another edition of What Erin’s Reading! This week, we have a sweet reality show romance, a sci-fi romance that kept me thinking, and an over-the-top, laugh out loud paranormal romance.

What’s Erin Reading? 

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Contemporary Romance Review: Fast Connection by Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell

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Published by: Self pub

Format: eARC

Genre: Contemporary M/M romance

Order at: Amazon

Reviewed by: Erin

What to Expect: Bisexuals everywhere, terrific female characters, fucking that grows feelings, and the kind of authentic writing litfic authors can only dream about.

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