Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up: Baseball, Ferrets and More!

Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up!

Want to find your next bingeable podcast? Don’t know where to start? Scared you’ve missed something?  We have listed episodes from our amazing podcasters from the last week for you to check out!

Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: 417. Exploring Paranormal Worlds with Jacquelyn Benson and Carol Cottrell
We are going to talk about writing psychic characters, being a psychic medium, researching paranormal investigations and doing those investigations, and discuss spirits, haunted places, experiences with the paranormal, and portrayals of paranormal in the media.
The Shipping Room
The Shipping Room Podcast: Shipping and Song Lyrics
Inspired by Taylor Swift’s newest album, Folklore, we’ve seen SO many Twitter threads this week taking TSwift’s lyrics and putting them to GIF’s of people’s favorite ‘ships.  Which made us think, “What song lyrics inspire us to think about OUR favorite ships?”   We’re also lamenting the lack of Latinx artists being nominated for Emmys, celebrating Dustin Milligan’s birthday, and talking about what it takes to be asked to leave a Starbucks.
boobies and noobies podcast
Boobies & Noobies: The Devil of Downtown

Ashby Vose, Co-founder and Head of Brand of Pro, joins Kelly to discuss the third installment in Joanna Shupe’s Uptown Girls series. Discussion topics include historical romance heroines who are woke AF, the intricacies of “sister stories”, and all the similarities between this fiery historical romance and HAMILTON.

Make Me Hate You: July Book ClubAriana (@arianareadsbooks) joins Kelly to break down Kandi Steiner’s angsty second chance romance, “Make Me Hate You”. Topics include dream casting choices for the hero and heroine, the best and the worst of bridesmaid dresses, and our appreciation for and amazement of pole dancers.

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Whoa!Mance: Episode 89: Spring Fling with Scarlett Peckham Part 1

On July 25th, as part of the 2020 Chicago-North RWA Spring Fling Writers Conference, yr girls Morgan and Isabeau were joined by the brilliant and talented Scarlett Peckham for a very special live-via-zoom-taping of Whoa!mance, to discuss Judith McNaught’s authorial debut, Whitney, My Love. This week, part one of yr girls’ conversation with Scarlett on how this novel sparked a burgeoning love of Romance, the polarizing politics of pleasure, and how to judge a text that doesn’t age as well as its cover. Warning: this novel depicts scenes of rape and sexual violence, and the conversation reflects these difficult topics, listener discretion is advised. Stay tuned for Part two, coming to podcatcher near you.

CW: sexual assault, intimate partner violence

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy:  August 3, 2020

By request, I’m explaining what a mastermind group is and how it work for aspiring authors. Also how I’m dealing with sick kitties and a recovering knee, alas.

First Cup of Coffee – August 4, 2020: I’m welcoming special celebrity guest L. Penelope to the podcast today! We discuss her path to self-publishing and to trad, her process, and how she hates bugs. Also, for those concerned, Isabel is fine. I’ll tell you the story Thursday. Pre-order Cry of Metal & Bone (or request it from your local library) before release day on August 11 and receive a free swag pack plus the bonus epilogue!

First Cup of Coffee – August 6, 2020: The report on Isabel and associated travails. Also about living in the present and enjoying summer while we have it, and funny publishing gaffes.
Jeff and Will's big gay fiction
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 252 – Listener Favorite: Joel Leslie
For this first listener favorite episode, we feature Joel Leslie’s appearances on the podcast. He talks about working with Haley Walsh on the “Skyler Foxe Mysteries” and with Marshall Thornton on “Femme.” Joel also talks about what it means to him voicing so many LGBTQ+ characters across more than 200 books. Jeff reviews Alexis Hall’s “Boyfriend Material” and Will reviews “Honeymoon for One” by Keira Andrews. The guys also talk about “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” on Disney+.
Learning the Tropes
Learning the Tropes:  The Proposition by Judith Ivory

This week Erin and Clayton read The Proposition by Judith Ivory and talked about reverse Pygmalions, leg men, virile mustaches and ferrets.

Feminist Survival Project 2020
Feminist Survival Project 2020: Episode 42: Stages of Change

Amelia’s COVID Chronicles, Chapter One Million. Emily helps her turn towards her fatigue with m********ing kindness and m********ing compassion.

Couples Talking Couples Podcast
Couples Talking Couples: Fever Pitch
Grab your Red Sox gear and meet us at Fenway Park because this week Ashley and Ryan are celebrating the opening of baseball season with the 2004 romcom “Fever Pitch.” They discuss their own nerdy passions, Jimmy Fallons nefarious plan, and the potential curse breaking power of the film.
Palm Springs-August 3rd, 2020-Grab your wedding gear and meet us by the pool and then grab your wedding gear and meet us by the pool as Ashley and Ryan dive into the new Hulu time loop movie “Palm Springs.” Discussion topics include time management hacks, dealing with your immortal arch nemesis, and alternative infinite vacation destinations.
The Pemberley Podcast
The Pemberley Podcast: 164: (RFP 11&12) According to Shobi

This week, we get a new and unique flashback from Ashna’s mother, Shobi’s point of view – how she was raised, and why she is who she is.


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