Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up: Favorite Books of the Year, The Holiday 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: 383. Our Favorite Books of the Year, Part Three: Amanda, Kiki, Ellen & AJ

Amanda and I talk about the loss of my coffee maker and about her favorites of 2019, including how glad she is that there’s more sci-fi romance for her to enjoy, and who is her new favorite historical romance sex puppy hero. Kiki talks about a book that transformed her way of holding her own body safely and gently, and her love of grumpy romances for grumpy people. Ellen sneaks six books into their top five, and looks at what makes Ilona Andrews’ world building so good, and AJ shares what authors and books rocked their world (hint: lesbian necromancers may have been involved).

Couples Talking Couples Podcast
Couples Talking Couples: The Holiday

Hop on your pre-airbnb website and swap houses with a stranger across the world because this week Ashley and Ryan are exploring the 2006 film “The Holiday.” This week they discuss who to fling with, the continuing follies of trying to set up holiday romances and their favorite holi-BAEs

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Shelf Love Podcast
Shelf Love: Abuse of Power and the Patriarchy: Revisiting Courtney Milan’s Writing in the Wake of RWA’s Censure

In light of RWA’s 12/23/19 censure of Courtney Milan for calling out racism, I revisit a conversation about power, fixing corrupt systems from within, and the patriarchy. New content includes a summary of the issue/themes in the intro, and previously unreleased bonus content and updated outro at the end. An edited version of episode 7 between 5:00 and 38:00. – Erin Leafe (Learning the Tropes Podcast) and I get deep into a discussion of power, privilege, the patriarchy, and pretending to be someone you’re not after reading The Heiress Effect by Courtney Milan.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 220 – Getting into the “Grime” with Coastal Magic Featured Author Z.A. Maxfield

Coastal Magic Convention Featured Author Z.A. Maxfield talks to Jeff about the upcoming installment in her “Grime Brothers” series as well as the sequel to “Home the Hard Way” They also talk about her story in the “Footsteps in the Dark” anthology as well as what else she’s got planned for 2020. Reviews this week include “Making the Naughty List” by Daryl Banner and “Mangoes and Mistletoe” by Adriana Herrera as well as the films “Cats” and “Let it Snow.”

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: December 20, 2019

I’m laid up with a bad knee – and counting my blessings that I’m normally able bodied. Taking time to enjoy the moment. Happy holidays to all!

First Cup of Coffee – December 20, 2019: I’m laid up with a bad knee – and counting my blessings that I’m normally able bodied. Taking time to enjoy the moment. Happy holidays to all!

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