Dear Bitches, Smart Authors Podcast

13. Reader Mail: October 18, 2011

It’s podcast time!  This week: we peek in the mailbox and answer listener email. Are paranormals and vampire romances on the way out? Have we reached saturation?

What surprises does our email inbox hold for us? And what book will Sarah read aloud this time? All the answers are here for your enjoyment. And, as always, here’s a list of the books we talk about:

Sandra Hill’s Kiss of Pride

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The music this week was provided by Sassy Outwater, who knows a heaping ton of musicians and finds original music for us for each episode. This week’s music is called “The Naughty Step” and it’s by Peatbog Faeries from their new CD Dust. You can find them at their website, or at iTunes.

As for the podcast, if you like it, you can subscribe to our feed at Feedburner or at iTunes. You can also find us at PodcastPickle, or you can right-click-and-download this file right here (mp3 – 19.6MB).

If you have content suggestions or have feedback, email us! The email address for the podcast is sbjpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks for listening!

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    It’s not bad enough you and Jane consistently wreck any hope I have of maintaining a book budget, but now you’re all up in my iTunes, too? Downloading “Dust” as I type. I loved the music at the end of the podcast and, after sampling a few more, just said “screw it” and bought the whole album.

    You’re wicked, wicked women.

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    Tessa says:

    Bunnicula!  I find it hilarious to see the vampire bunny squished between all that man titty.  It’s one of my older daughter’s favorite books and I remember thinking that surely it must signal the vampire trend’s complete loss of cool when a children’s book with a vampire bunny hops into mainstream popular culture.

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    becca says:

    I was driving while listening (a dangerous thing to do, when what you’re listening to is as funny as this!)—what is the name of the book where the hero’s mate smells like tangerine? because I have got to read that scene.

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