When In Romance is a biweekly romance podcast dedicated to romance novel news, enthusiasm, and romance book recommendations from Book Riot!
Jess and Trisha talk about some maybe promising RWA news, romances about people overcoming obstacles, and stories that grab you right from the start.
Jess and Trisha discuss the way the RWA debacle keeps getting worse, celebrate the Ripped Bodice Awards, and offer you some short reads for this short month.
Jess and Trisha match romances to conversation heart sayings and recommend romances for all of your Valentine’s/Galentine’s/Palentine’s Day needs.
Jess and Trisha are delighted by Get a Life Chloe Brown and are ready to point you toward the romance you need to achieve your new year’s resolution.
Jess and Trisha try to explain the destructive disaster that engulfed RWA and then discuss 2020 resolutions and romance titles they’re ready for.
Jess and Trisha pass along some recs from listeners, run through some recent romance news, and celebrate some of their 2019 reading highlights.
It’s part two of romance recs! Jess and Trisha talk historicals, slow build romance, SFF romcoms, and much (much) more!
Jess and Trisha rec books that deal with infertility, romance with disabled characters, holiday titles that may not be on your radar, and more.
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.