Dear Bitches, Smart Authors Podcast

54. An Interview with Erin Galloway - Part Two!

Erin Galloway, Associate Director of Publicity and Marketing at Penguin, is back to answer your questions about negative reviews, and how one becomes a romance publicist. She also tells us what she's reading right now. Here are the books we talk about during this podcast:


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Rumor Has It - Jill Shalvis Book Rock<br />
Chick #1 - Kristen Ashley


Book Feelthe Rush - Kelsie Leverich

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Meagan Mitchell is the girl everyone wants to be—but she’s pushing thirty, and she still hasn’t found Mr. Right. She has found Mr. Wrong, Mr. Bad, and Mr. Not Available—Now she’s set on Mr. Safe. But when she meets a Jumpmaster in the military—an adrenaline junkie who can’t sit still, can she let her rules go? FEEL THE RUSH with this sexy new romp now, available wherever e-books are sold!






The music you're listening to was provided by Sassy Outwater. This is Sassy herself playing “Fiddler on the Loose,” and I'm not sure if she recorded this just for us on the fly (in which case, holy crap) or if this is a composition she's worked on, but that's Sassy fiddling. Literally.

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  1. 1
    Tina says:

    Love the podcasts and your book suggestions! My Kindle Paperwhite rudely informed me yesterday that it is out of memory because all of the books I’ve downloaded, and I place the blame solely upon your shoulders (and Dear Author’s).

    I heartily approve of a weekly podcast as opposed to a bi-weekly one. It gives me something to look forward to every week, and it will give me a schedule to follow so I don’t miss one, and…well, me, me, me.  It’s all about me, I guess.  :)

    Keep up the great work!

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    elianara says:

    I too liked the weekly podcast timetable, but feel no pressure to actually have to keep that up, I’m just as happy with a bi-weekly edition.

    And I like to listen to my podcasts while working, since I can.

    What else did you ask?  What I’m reading. I picked up Calculated in Death by JD Robb and The King’s Spy by Andrew Swanston the other day, so those are most likely next on my list. Just finished Police Doctor by Laura MacDonald.

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