When In Romance is a biweekly romance podcast dedicated to romance novel news, enthusiasm, and romance book recommendations from Book Riot!
Jess and Trisha discuss the next WIR book club pick, romance authors who write in multiple subgenres, and how to fill the gap when your favorite author stops writing romance.
Jess and Trisha talk about book clubs and romances that address serious social and cultural issues. Plus, updates and reminders!
Jess and Trisha discuss sexual content ratings in romance, how to learn more about the history of romance, and some romance you might want to read this season.
Jess and Trisha share some thoughts about book displays; discuss plot, characters, science, and embroidery for the Great Big Romance Read; and talk about buzzworthy books still to come in 2019.
Jess and Trisha discuss an unprofessional move by a writer in New Zealand; authors who aren’t getting paid by a romance publisher; and the romance authors, series, and subgenres they came to a bit late.
Jess and Trisha are not surprised that romance sales are up, talk a little about romance book printing and supply decisions, and recommend books in which the geographic setting is integral to the story.
Jess and Trisha celebrate some important progress at the RITAs, talk through romance authors writing outside their own experience, and what romance series they’d like to see get the fanfic treatment.
Jess and Trisha are delighted about a new award for excellence in romance fiction, discouraged by some publishing news, and thinking about how tragedy in a romance can impact the “happily” in an HEA.
Jess and Trisha are joined by Sarah Wendell of Smart Bitches, Trashy Books for a mid-year check in, and they discuss all things romance in 2019 so far – big news, breakout authors, and books we’ve loved and want everyone to read.
Jess and Trisha do a bit of follow-up, discuss an article about the online abuse romance writers face, mention a few releases for the second half of 2019 that they’re looking forward to, and shout out some underrated romance authors.
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.
Jess and Trisha talk through what they want from book cons, respond to a reader request for own voices romance by Asian and Asian-American authors, and recommend some “unputdownable” romances for summer reading.
Jess and Trisha are together at Book Lovers Con in New Orleans talking about the good and bad things about using series to tell romance stories and the upcoming books they’ve heard about at the convention that they’re excited about.
Jess and Trisha have updates, talk about how they became romance readers, and recommend some titles for the beginning of #RomBkLove.
Jess and Trisha do a bit of follow-up, try to design the perfect starter catalogue for book stores new to romance, talk about some upcoming titles they’re excited about, and recommend some light and delightful reads.