Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up: Cat Wrangling, Vampires and More!

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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!

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Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: 415. Vampires and Virtual Events with Renee Ahdieh
The Damned, the sequel to The Beautiful, is out, so Renee Ahdieh joins me again to talk about vampire romance, characters overcoming and rejecting toxic patriarchy, and the planning of an incredible virtual book tour. We talk about some of the themes in The Damned (no spoilers but if you haven’t read The Beautiful there are some details about the end) and about the development of a multi-night multi-author party that surrounded the book’s release. We also talk about makeup, cooking, Instant pot recipes, and books – it’s a well rounded conversation
 
The Shipping Room
The Shipping Room Podcast: Shipping on the page vs. on screen with Samantha Martin
Tamar and Christine were joined by Samantha Martin (Frolic Media!) to talk about epic romances in books and how they differ once they’re adapted for the screen! Was it always Ron & Hermione, or did Fred have a shot? Was Liam Hemsworth the reason we loved Gale over Peeta? Is Peter Kavinsky the modern-day Pacey Witter? We’re talking about all of that and more!
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Boobies & Noobies: Steamy Spotlight: Interview with RC Boldt
HELL HATH NO FURY author and karaoke queen, RC Boldt, joins Kelly to discuss her venture into romantic suspense, her gift for digging up hole-in-the-wall taco stands, and her deep dive into the Dixie Mafia which may (or may not) have involved googling the “dark web”.
 
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy:  July 16, 2020
I’m talking about why authors give up writing, doing something with my old guest posts, writing advice and how much I like Hidden and The Morning Show. Plus cat and robot wrangling today.
 
First Cup of Coffee – July 17, 2020: I’m happy to have the heron fountain back in action. Also about being generous and dealing with a community of writers.
 
First Cup of Coffee – July 20, 2020: Why getting people’s names right – and honoring their choices! – is important. Also thanks for the kind support on Friday’s podcast. Plus a shoutout to debut author Lorelei Parker for her rom com CRUSHING IT!
 
First Cup of Coffee – July 21, 2020: Happy Birthday today to my loving husband, David. A bit about our curve bill thrasher nestlings, hanging pot disasters, updates on The Promised Queen revision, and some about the New Shiny and Dark Wizard.
 
First Cup of Coffee – July 23, 2020: Thoughts today on being paid for creative work – whether this creates positive or negative pressure. Also the difference between retirement and pandemic lockdown, personal pressure, and writing sustainability.
 
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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 250 – Nora Phoenix and “Omega’s Truth”
Jeff and Will commemorate the 250th episode of the podcast! Nora Phoenix talks about “Omega’s Truth,” the tenth and final book in her “Irresistible Omegas” series. Nora also discusses why she likes to write across so many genres, her collaboration with K.M. Neuhold, what got her into writing and how it’s helped her. She also teases what’s coming next. Will’s “Christmas in July” reading continues with two books by Avery Ford, “The Holiday Mix Up” and “Second Chance for Christmas
 
The Pemberly Podcast
The Pemberley Podcast: 162: (RFP 9&10) Greatness Thrust Upon Them
It’s one week after the knife/meeting fiasco and Ashna and Rico are learning how to talk to each other since meeting for the first time after so many years apart… especially when the cameras are rolling.
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My Imaginary Friends with L. Penelope: The Revision Puzzle
On adding more conflict to my manuscript during revision, while keeping all the puzzle pieces in place.
 

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