Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up: Measuring Success, Historically Ferocious Womens 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: 407. The Privileges of Being a Rakess with Scarlett Peckham

Today, I’m talking rakes, rakesses, and historically ferocious women with Scarlett Peckham. We talk about what she calls her feminist primal scream book, The Rakess, about steely steadfast cinnamon roll heroes, and we deep dive into what we love about characters who destabilize and unpeel one another emotionally and, uh, literally. Also: a sneak peek into what’s next in her Sirens series and for the Charlotte Street series! TW/CW: talk about sexual harassment, the price of being female and speaking up for yourself, the challenges of owning sexuality, domestic violence, workplace harassment and assault, and specific crimes against women – to quote Feminist Survival Project hosts Emily and Amelia Nagoski, Patriarchy, UGH. Thank you to Jacqueline, Carrie, Aarya, Leigh, and Claudia for the questions!

Learning the Tropes
Learning the Tropes: While You Were Sleeping Movie Review!

This week Erin, Clayton and Producer Patty watched While You Were Sleeping (1995), starring Sandra Bullock and Bill Pullman. Does this movie make the Learning The Tropes Rom-Com Canon? Listen to find out!

Living in the Pages with Willow Aster
Living in the Pages with Willow Aster: Charity Ferrell

In this episode, Willow connects with author, Charity Ferrell. Charity shares some of her Covid gifts and anxieties, the tale of her growth from hobbyist to serious writer, and reveals her favorite trope.

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Tea and Strumpets Podcast
Tea & Strumpets: 037 – {Second Chance at Love} – The Governess Affair

This week we’re replaying one of our favorite episodes as we prepare for a jam-packed June where we’ll be celebrating Pride Month on Tea & Strumpets! But for today, we do hope you’ll enjoy this second chance at loving our first-ever novella on the show, The Governess Affair! Now, on to the synopsis! This episode we have a couple of firsts! Our first novella! Our first hotel room recording! Join us as we chat about The Governess Affair by Courtney Milan, a novella that, let’s be honest, sets the bar for all novellas. Courtney Milan truly played upon all of our emotions in a short amount of pages. We were brought to our metaphorical knees by a twig! A TWIG! And don’t get us started on hairpins as a currency to build trust. *SWOON!* We’ve got a fantastic heroine on a transformative journey who finds her voice and it’s funny and fierce as hell. Oh, and one of the best marriage proposals (and rejections) ever. **Spoilers. We get into allllll the details!** TW: Rape

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

Big news is I got a mani/pedi! First in months-and just in time to match the cover of THE FIERY CROWN for release day. Also some news on THE LOST PRINCESS RETURNS.

First Cup of Coffee – May 22, 2020: I’m welcoming longtime friend and sister author, Sonali Dev, to the podcast today. We talked about our shared history, the evolution of her career, diversity, fear, ginger, and lots more. RECIPE FOR PERSUASION comes out Tuesday!

First Cup of Coffee – May 26, 2020 Today is the Release Day for THE FIERY CROWN! I’m talking about enjoying the fruits of our labor and the importance of play and treats for the creative subconscious.

First Cup of Coffee – May 26, 2020: Today is the Release Day for THE FIERY CROWN! I’m talking about enjoying the fruits of our labor and the importance of play and treats for the creative subconscious.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Ep 242: Jesi Lea Ryan’s “Surreal” Romances, Charlie David’s Gay Romance Documentary

Jesi Lea Ryan joins Jeff for a conversation about her books “Surreal Estate” and “Love Magic” where she talks about the inspiration for those stories, some of which come from her own life. The guys also review the new documentary “What Women Want: Gay Romance” before documentarian Charlie David shares his thoughts on the film and what it was like to assemble it from all the footage he shot at GayRomLit in Alberquque last year. Plus, Jeff reveals the guests who are part of the podcast’s Pride month celebration.

Big Gay Fiction Book Club May 2020: “Romancing the Rough Diamond” by Clare London: In this episode of the Big Gay Fiction Book Club, Jeff and Will discuss “Romancing the Rough Diamond” by Clare London.

LITerally Us Podcast
LITerally Us: Ep 24: Book Review: Love Under Quarantine by Kylie Scott and Audrey Carlan

The topic of quarantine romance books, particularly those set during the coronavirus pandemic, has been a controversial one as of late. Is it too soon and too real? On this episode, Gabi and Kamrun dive into just that with an unfiltered review of new romance book LOVE UNDER QUARANTINE by Kylie Scott and Audrey Carlan, the criticism it has faced, and how it stands.

Shelf Love Podcast
Shelf Love: 044. Any Old Diamonds by KJ Charles with EE Ottoman

EE Ottoman, romance author, is my guest! He shares his thoughts on men writing romance, what sexy, fun fantasy can look like when writing trans characters, and writing queerness in a historical setting. The romance worth reading that we discuss is Any Old Diamonds by KJ Charles, which is a fun Victorian romp with jewel thieves, baddies who get their comeuppance, and a beautiful love story between two men who also experience personal growth along the way.

043. Fantasy in Romance with LaQuette, Felicia Grossman, Jessica Van Slooten: Fantasy in romance with romance novel experts LaQuette, Felicia Grossman, and Jessica Van Slooten. My guests interpreted this theme a bit differently than I thought they would, and it’s a delight to see a common thread emerge in their book recommendations. The Quarantine Romance Book Club is a 10-episode mini-series of short, casual conversations with romance experts. Stay safe, stay calm, and keep reading romance.

Couples Talking Couples Podcast
Couples Talking Couples: Tristan And Isolde

Sneak through the trap door and meet us at the bridge because this episode Ryan and Ashley discuss the 2006 film “Tristan And Isolde.” This week’s topics include communicating through fire, the real problem with marrying young, and a showdown between Tristan and Isolde vs Romeo and Juliet.

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