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Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up: 365 DNI, Mermaids and More!
Gemma emailed the podcast to say that she loves episodes with Amanda, and wondered if Amanda might help her find more books like the ones she’s really, really enjoyed lately. Yes to both! Amanda and I discuss Gemma’s letter, fantasy romance recommendations, plus our local library hauls, and what we’re reading and listening to. Thank you Gemma for emailing us!
Tamar and Christine are celebrating 5 Years of The Shipping Room! In honor of that milestone, we’re sharing a different kind of Top 10… our Top 10 Favorite episodes from the last 5 years of the podcast. Which episodes are our favorites? Listen to find out!
Budding TikTok and Instagram star Caleb Alman (@calebalman) joins Kelly to discuss ISSUED, the first book in Paris Wynters’ Navy SEALS of Little Creek series. Additional topics include inherent biases, queer romance novels, and everyone’s favorite topic in romance… butt stuff.
Back in December, the Romance Writers of America (RWA) tried to pull a yuletide fast one hoping twitter’s watchful eye was fixed on other cravings. This week, Morgan and Isabeau reflect on that fateful reckoning, the Ritas becoming the Vivians, and other reasons to be cautiously hopeful about the future of Romance.
In our eighth installment of Julie Anne Long’s Pennyroyal Green series, we finally get to dig a little deeper into the life of the youngest Redmond sibling. Jonathan may act like the devil-may-care younger son, but this dude has plans. Tommy also has plans and while they did not initially include a Redmond, she’ll take him anyway. She’s spent her life doing things out of necessity, so she’s not about to stare a gift horse in the mouth. Together these two just ooze chemistry and as their goals align, these two may just be unstoppable. It Happened One Midnight is a diamond hidden amongst gems. **Spoilers & extra spoiler: it’s a perfect score!**
A commute podcast today because I did an IRL writer coffee. Thoughts on pandemic exhaustion, a comet sighting, the exciting cover of THE PROMISED QUEEN, and exhuming a dormant project.
First Cup of Coffee – July 13, 2020: On being a career author and learning when to hold your creative feet to the fire and when to back off. Also cutting and trimming a long mss down to size, transcribing podcasts, and my new sewing project.
First Cup of Coffee – July 14, 2020: Trying to figure out why I hate cutting from a draft so much – and how I can improve my craft and process by learning to Marie Kondo my mss. Also about podcast pod people.
E. Davies talks with Jeff about “Freedom,” the latest book in his “F-Word” series. They also discuss the “Rosavia Royals” series and the new “Significant Brothers” box set. Ed also shares details on a non-fiction book he’s working on. Will continues his month of “Christmas in July” reading with a review of “What Happens at Christmas” by Jay Northcote. Jeff reviews TJ Klune’s “The Extraordinaries.” The guys also discuss the release of the film adaption of Jay Bell’s “Something Like Summer” to streaming services and the recent reunion episode of “Noah’s Arc.”
Kamrun and Gabi are celebrating their one year podcast anniversary with a special interview with New York Times bestselling author Colleen Hoover! They discuss their favorite books by Colleen, including IT ENDS WITH US and VERITY, ask questions about her career, the romance genre in general, and what she has coming up in the pipeline (hint: there’s a new paranormal romance).
Mermaid Chè Monique is a professional mermaid, a DC burlesque performer and the founder of the plus-size apparel company, Society of Fat Mermaids. We chat about mermaid conventions like MerMagicCon, Metro Merfolk and the pleasures of having a mermaid pod, the similarities between burlesque and mermaid life, and the importance of nurturing your fantasy life as an adult.
Returning guests Chris Farah and Jennie Pierson join Becky in super business-y zoom-conference to discuss the Polish erotic drama – 365 DNI. Topics range from the highly problematic content to wondering what the exact name for “top of peen” is.
Put your coworkers stapler in jello and set your threat level to midnight because this week Ashley and Ryan are diving into the relationship of the beloved sitcom “The Office.” Discussion topics include: a contentious relationship ranking, a surprise dark horse relationship and the real unsung hero of one of Jim’s grand romantic gestures.
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