Episode 36

Equal Opportunity to All Pronunciations

Jess and Trisha discuss new revelations about discrimination at the school Nicholas Sparks founded; suggest some romance-focused Patreons you might consider supporting; and recommend books featuring characters who are asexual, aromantic, grey-asexual and greyromantic.

This episode is sponsored by Libro.fm audiobooks, This Time Will Be Different by Misa Sugiura, and Fix Her Up by New York Times bestselling author Tessa Bailey, published by Avon.

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News

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Here are the Patreons (PAtreons? PaTREons? PatreONs?) we talked about:

Books

Hot Licks by A.M. Arthur

That Kind of Guy by Talia Hibbert

Shadows You Left by Taylor Brooke and Jude Sierra

Perfect Rhythm by Jae

Writing Her In by Holley Trent

Syncopation by Anna Zabo

Thaw by Elyse Springer
Correction: In discussing Thaw by Elyse Springer, our host incorrectly identified the asexual character. Abigail, rather than Gabrielle, is asexual; our apologies for the error.

Play It Again by Aidan Wayne

Let us know what Patreons you love (no matter how you pronounce it!) and what your favorite books are that feature characters who are asexual, aromantic, grey-asexual and greyromantic. Find us on email (trisha@riotnewmedia.com and jessica@riotnewmedia.com), Twitter (@jessisreading and @trishahaleybrwn), or Instagram (@jess_is_reading and @trishahaleybrown).

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