Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up: Cinnamon Roll Heroes, Mermaid Writers and More!

Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up!
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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: 394. All Things Audiobook and Mountain Climbing with Nita Basu from Hachette Audio

My guest today is Nita Basu, Marketing and Publicity Manager at Hachette Audio. I love behind the scenes conversations, and today’s is partly about her work promoting audiobooks across genres and how audio can be adapted when the text is unique and very visual. Who listens to audiobooks, and where do they listen? What are people doing when they listen? Should you listen to murder books on the side of a mountain? Where do you listen to audiobooks? What are your favorites?

Dateable podcast
Dateable: SEASON 10 EPISODE 2: TWO MONTHS INTO MARRIAGE…

Listen as we talk with Tommy Danger Kim about his unexpected divorce – and how it’s impacting his dating life 4 years later. We discuss why communicating in relationships is so damn hard, how to assess a life partner, and learning from your past while not letting it dictate your future.

Shelf Love Podcast
Shelf Love: Teach Me (by Olivia Dade) About Cinnamon Roll Heroes with Denise Williams

Is power a pie that once eaten, disappears? What’s the opposite of toxic masculinity? And, most importantly, what is a cinnamon roll hero and why are they all the rage right now in romantic fiction? Denise Williams (How to Fail at Flirting) is back to discuss Teach Me by Olivia Dade, which is about two very passionate, mature, and respectful high school history teachers. It’s a super hot romance between an emotionally-distant ice queen heroine and a cinnamon roll hero. Also: Preview of the April 2020 NECRWA Conference with Sionna Fox, and what options local RWA chapters are considering in the wake of the national chapter’s massive failure to address racism and lack of diversity.

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Living in the Pages with Willow Aster
Living in the Pages with Willow Aster: CoraLee June

Willow connects with international bestselling romance writer, CoraLee June. They discuss thriving in collaborative scenarios, a petulant bird named Burt, and some of the ins and outs of the reverse harem genre.

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Tea and Strumpets Podcast
Tea & Strumpets: 024 – Spindle Cove 4.5 – Lord Dashwood Missed Out

This week we’re taking a trip to Spindle Cove! Except…oh no, the bridge is out and the carriage has broken, so I guess we’ll have to spend the night together in this roadside hut with ONLY ONE BED! It’s going to be a little tight in here because we actually have a very special guest for this episode too! Bookstagrammer and author extraordinaire Mazey Eddings (@romance.in.the.wild) is joining us to chat about Lord Dashwood and one of her (famously) favorite tropes – The Virgin Hero. It’s gonna be a trope-tactic time! **It’s no secret there’s Spoilers!**

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: February 21, 2020

Sharing news today about an exciting new project! Also general updates on my plans for the year, including spin-offs of The Twelve Kingdoms and The Uncharted Realms.

First Cup of Coffee – February 24, 2020: I’m welcoming celebrity guest and longtime friend, Tawna Fenske, to a special long chat over coffee today. We’re discussing her wonderful new book, THE TWO-DATE RULE, life, love, making marriages work, and hot firefighters.

First Cup of Coffee – February 25, 2020: Reporting in on the rather amazing effects of staying off the internet for the first 2 hours of the day, and thoughts on our new effort to cut down on screen time in the evenings, too. It’s quite remarkable feeling my brain chemistry change.

First Cup of Coffee – February 27, 2020: A podcast commute today with thoughts on male gaze and sexist/gendered analogies. More on staying off the internet, killing kings, concubines, and assorted thoughts that I promise are related. Also an unexpected guest.

 
Jeff and Will's big gay fiction
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 229 – Xio Axelrod’s Music Infused Stories

Xio Axelrod talks to Jeff about her “Frankie & Johnny” books as well as “Alt Er Love.” Her musical background and love of the Norwegian show “Skam” are discussed as is how she got into writing romance. Jeff also finds out what’s coming up next for her. The guys also recap the 2020 Coastal Magic Convention and review Freeform’s “The Thing About Harry” and CW’s “Katy Keene.”

Literally Us Podcast
LITerally Us Podcast: Episode 11: LIT Pick: Wild at Heart by K.A. Tucker

Alaska! Cruises! Bush Pilots! Kamrun and Gabi announce WILD AT HEART by New York Times bestselling author K.A. Tucker as their second LIT Pick and dive into why they absolutely love and recommend this romance book, how much they fell in love with the first in the series THE SIMPLE WILD and how they may or may not be tempted to visit Alaska after this series.

This Lesbian Sh*t is Intense
This Lesbian Ship is Intense: The Bold Type 405: Two Weddings and a French Ped 

Kat goes casual with a french ped, Jane confronts the reality of a fantasy, and Sutton struggles to make traditional original.

Learning the Tropes
Learning The Tropes: Act Like It by Lucy Parker

This week Erin and Clayton read Act Like It by Lucy Parker and talked about stage acting, iPad mishaps and Clayton’s face tattoo!

The Mermaid Podcast
The Mermaid Podcast: Confessions of a Mermaid Writer with Laura Lovely

You thought you knew podcast host and mermaid mogul, Laura von Holt, but you’ve never heard her like this before! Laura takes you behind the scenes of her double life as mermaid romance author, Laura Lovely. Come for Laura’s story about getting kicked out of The Louvre, and stay for her thoughts on what the next generation of mermaid stories might be. Find Laura’s full book list at lauralovelybooks.com.

my imaginary friends
My Imaginary Friends with L. Penelope: Cultivating Boredom for Creativity

Sick kittens, retreats, and taking time to stare out the window

boobies and noobies podcast
Boobies & Noobies: Grand Theft N.Y.E.

Chauncey Woods, co-founder of women’s lifestyle brand, So She Slays, and co-host of the new webseries, She’s Into It, joins Kelly to discuss GRAND THEFT N.Y.E. by Katrina Jackson. This interracial romance features a bad ass, wig-wearing heroine, sex in expensive sports cars, and con-women stealing from the 1%… What more could you ask for??

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