Dear Bitches, Smart Authors Podcast

21. It’s DABWAHA Time!

We're talking about what categories will be in this year's DABWAHA Tournament of romance novels, and what books we think should appear in some of the categories. Also – I was typing too close to the microphone, and I apologize for the tappity tap tap. 

You'll get a sneak peek of the books likely to appear on the ballot — and get ready. On March 7 & 8 we'll be taking reader suggestions for one book in each category, so you'll have a chance to make sure your favorite book of 2011 makes it onto the nomination slate. 

Here are the books we talked about in this week's episode: 

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This week's music was provided by Sassy Outwater, and this track is called “Suzy,” by a Parisian group called Caravan Palace. You can find their album, “Caravan Palace,” on iTunes, and you can find the band on MySpace and Facebook.

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In our next episode, we'll be talking about the “romance canon,” those books that are an integral part of romance's history as a genre.

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  1. 1
    Joanne says:

    Woot!

    It’s time for bitterness, disappointment, anger, miscalculation, misfortune, humiliation, defeat, downfalls and mishaps… my favorite romancelandia emotions all under the same game title: DABWAHA! Yay!

  2. 2
    Donna says:

    Starting my grid as we speak!

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