So long and thanks for all the work: Kate Clayborn and The Midnight Feast by Emma Barry/Genevieve Turner


Short Description

This week, romance novelist Kate Clayborn (Love Lettering) and I talk a lot about work! We read A Midnight Feast, a marriage in trouble novella by Emma Barry and Genevieve Turner. A Midnight Feast begins on Thanksgiving day 1965 - a day of second chances! We discuss how it’s a subversive act to respectfully represent domestic labor on the page, why work is so often shorthand for identity and why that’s problematic, as well as why women’s work in particular is undervalued. Bonus clip at the end of the episode featuring another special person!


Books Discussed

  • A Midnight Feast - Emma Barry & Genevieve Turner

Show Notes

Guest: Kate Clayborn:

Kate’s books:

  • Holiday novella (out now): Missing Christmas (3.5 in Chance of a Lifetime)

  • Love Lettering: Out Dec. 31, 2019

  • Chance of a Lifetime Series

Contributors:

  • HEA Apologist

  • The Ariel Storm

  • Mary Lynne Nielsen

  • The Romance Mom

Book:

A Midnight Feast by Emma Barry and Genevieve Turner

Tweets Mentioned:

Books Recommended:

  • Listen to the Moon by Rose Lerner

  • Rafe by Rebekah Weatherspoon

  • Making it Last by Ruthie Knox

  • The Bride Test by Helen Hoang

  • The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams

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