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: 387. Comfort Food Romantic Comedy: A Conversation with Jill Shalvis
A new grandbaby, horrific winters with nine-plus feet of snow, and BOOKS! Recorded in late 2019, Jill Shalvis and I talk about new titles that were about to come out – which are totally out now, so you can grab whatever sounds like your reading catnip. We also talk about her career, beginning with writing category romances, writing single title and now women’s fiction – and how to define the combined elements of a genre. I almost titled this episode “Family is Where You Make It,” because we talk about that, too.
This Lesbian Shit is Intense: AAM’s Juliantina #10: In Front of My Salad Ep 38
We’re back Juliantinas! We start this ep with Valentina taking the leap and ending things with Lucho. We consistently complain about Lucho. We gush over Juliana and Valentina’s budding relationship and we end with the girls searching for privacy after their first night together.
Shelf Love: Penny Reid On The Hades/Persephone Myth and A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
Penny Reid (Knitting in the City Series, Winston Brothers) and I discuss A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas. It’s a dark fairy tale that blends Beauty and the Beast, the Hades/Persephone myth, and the Hunger Games. In addition to asking the deep existential questions – At what cost freedom? Freedom at what cost?! – we talk about how your first love isn’t always your last love, YA, and how there’s strength in being a marshmallow. Penny will be back in a future episode to discuss her new publishing venture, Smarty Pants Romance.
Living in the Pages with Willow Aster: Natasha Madison
In this episode, Willow gets acquainted with USA Today bestselling author and natural-born hockey fan Natasha Madison. Natasha opens up about her sneaky, tiptoe path to becoming a writer, the contrast between her fantasy self and the real girl that she is, and the dare that gave birth to a career.
Tea & Strumpets: 019 – Pennyroyal 6 – How the Marquess Was Won
What do you get when you combine an icy marquess and a plucky school teacher? Why a marvelous tale from Pennyroyal Green of course! This week not only do we get delicious dialog and a cat straight out of Greek mythology, we also get a feel-good tale of two who were meant to be. However, we do need to get through a few tropes to find our happily ever after but it’s not too much trouble as our hero and heroine draw us along as much as they are drawn to each other. Come and read “How the Marquess was Won” by Julie Anne Long **don’t be fooled, there are spoilers**
Boobies & Noobies: Sexy Spotlight: 2020 Reads & Podcast Goals
This episode is sponsored by Best Women’s Erotica of the Year, Volume 5 edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel, published by Cleis Press. In the THIRD season premiere, Kelly shares her goals for the season ahead, discusses a few alterations to the Boobies & Noobies show format, and offers up a sneak peek to the February reading schedule. Plus, can you guess our Top 5 Most-Anticipated Romance Reads for 2020?
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: January 17, 2020
Celebrating snow and coziness. Also about learning new tech, the value of play, and my thoughts on Joker.
First Cup of Coffee – January 20, 2020: More thoughts on Joker, resistance, and authoritarian spin. Plus happier reports on wedding anniversaries, movable feasts, maybe plotting, and further thoughts on agents and multi-book contracts.
First Cup of Coffee – January 23, 2020: Updates on new book titles and some appearances for the release of THE FIERY CROWN. Otherwise I’m burbling with optimism about new projects, plans for the new year, and meeting new friends on private jets!* *yes, I used the word “new” four times.
First Cup of Coffee – January 24, 2020: Talking a bit about my excellent bobcat sighting. I’m also talking a bit about missing stairs and how we handle bad actors in our community, and my thoughts on Picard! Verdict: YUMMY.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 224 – Coastal Magic Featured Author Meghan Maslow Interview
Coastal Magic Featured Author Meghan Maslow joins us to talk about the third book in her “Starfig Investigations” series and also shares what’s still to come. She also discusses what she’s looking forward to at Coastal Magic this year. Will reviews Jaxon Knight’s “Mischief & Mayhem” and Jeff has a Broadway recap featuring the musicals “West Side Story,” “Jagged Little Pill” and “Dear Evan Hansen.”