Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up: Historical Romances, New Years Reads 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: 384. Our Favorite Books of the Year, Part Four: Catherine, Claudia and Me

Happy New Year! It’s the start of 2020, and the final edition of our look back at 2019’s favorite books. In this episode, Catherine stayed up very, very late at night to talk to me (thank you!) and shares what books were so good this year, she finished them and immediately started over from the beginning. And Claudia shares the books that made her year immeasurably better, and the backlist she’s been savoring. And I try to share my own favorite reads of the year, as un-awkwardly as possible – and that was recorded without my usual equipment, so thank you for accommodating the change in sound quality.

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Learning the Tropes: Mine Till Midnight

This week Erin and Clayton ring in the New Year with Mine Till Midnight, Book 1 of The Hathaways Series by Lisa Kleypas! This is the kick off to their month of reviewing every book in the Hathaway Series.

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Couples Talking Couples: Bridget Jones Diary

Grab your diaries and don’t forget to wear pants out in the snow because this week Ryan and Ashley are diving into “Bridget Jones Diary.” This week we discuss writing in diaries, whether or not we can beat someone in our prime, and mathematical formulas for multiplying people. And don’t worry about making any New Years resolutions this year because we like you very much just as you are.

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Tea and Strumpets Podcast
Tea & Strumpets: 016 – 2020 Historical Romance Releases We Just Can’t Wait For!

Happy New Year everyone – and welcome to the roaring twenties! With such an obviously historically-minded decade, we know it’s going to be a fabulous time for historical romance. And we’re ringing in this year by sharing some of the 2020 historical romances we are most excited about! So many books are already announced and we just could not keep our 2020 must-haves to ourselves any longer. Will your favorites make the list? Will we introduce you to some you didn’t know were coming? Did we egregiously leave something out?! Get ready to mark those calendars and click preorder, because the list is long and full of HEAs we think you’re gonna love.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 221 – Favorite Books of 2019 with Special Guests Jay and Lisa

As 2019 closes out, we look back at the top podcast episodes from this year. Of course, we also talk about favorite books! Jay from Joyfully Jay and Lisa from The Novel Approach talk with Jeff about their top picks and then Jeff gives his list.

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: December 30, 2019

I’m back from hiatus, working on THE FATE OF THE TALA and talking a bit about the RWA crisis and how boards of organizations like this should – and shouldn’t – operate. The blog post about Why I’m Sticking with RWA is here.

First Cup of Coffee – December 31, 2019: Talking today about success – in context of Demi’s Moore’s INSIDE OUT – and the difference between how it feels from the inside and how it looks from the outside. The show Soundrack is here.

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