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551. Season of Love, with Helena Greer and Sam Brody

Season of Love
A | BN | K | AB
I connected with author Helena Greer, who wrote Season of Love, which you might have heard me talk about, because I liked it a LOT. And I also connected with Sam Brody, the acquiring editor at Hachette who worked on the book with Helena! So we talk about behind the scenes details of writing and editing, and how this book came to be.

There are a few audio skips or what I think of as sound bubbles, and my apologies for that.


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You can find Helena Greer at her website,, and online at @BlumAgainCurios on Twitter and Instagram.

And you can find Sam Brody on Twitter and Instagram @SamJBrody. 


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  1. Leigh Kramer says:

    This was such a fun episode! Season of Love was one of my favorite books of last year and it was great to hear more about it.

  2. Kareni says:

    Thank you, Sarah, Helena, and Sam for an entertaining chat!

  3. Regencyfan93 says:

    My go to queer, Jewish, holiday romances is Secret Light by Z.A. Mayfield. This a historical, set in the 1950s.

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