Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up: Mental Fertilizer, Mama Mia and More!

Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up!

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: 411. Caring for Tired Brains with Alexis Rockley
Alexis Rockley is a business coach and the author of the book Find Your Fuck Yeah. She recently went viral with a tweet about the cognitive exhaustion of the quarantimes. In the course of making an argument against the constant push toward increased work, productivity, and leveling up, she talks about working with your brain to find a happier space for yourself. Plus she offers some practical techniques to help you and your tired brain slow down, breathe (literally!) and soothe yourself a bit.
The Shipping Room
The Shipping Room Podcast: Episode 133: Celebrating PRIDE and LGBTQ+ Couples We LOVE
Because Tamar and Christine love to celebrate love, they’re talking about their favorite new LGBTQ+ ships and, of course, paying homage to their favorite ‘old school’ ships as well! 
The Pemberly Podcast
The Pemberley Podcast: 158: (Recipe For Persuasion Chapters 2-3) Legacies & Boys
This week, we learn more about Ashna’s tumultuous relationship with her mother, and we finally get to meet… our Book Boyfriend *wink wink*.
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: June 19, 2020
My mom is here! And she’s visiting the podcast today, reminiscing about the Civil Rights Movement in Selma, Alabama. We also discuss cats, forest fires, and drinking too much wine.

First Cup of Coffee – June 22, 2020: A commute podcast today as I go to breakfast with my mom at Santa Fe’s wonderful Teahouse. Also updates on THE LOST PRINCESS RETURNS, and an unhappy experience at the Compound Restaurant.

First Cup of Coffee – June 23, 2020: I’m welcoming very special guest, RWA Lifetime Achievement Award Winner and all around kickass woman, Beverly Jenkins! We chat about her career, walking to England, Black history, and much more.
Jeff and Will's big gay fiction
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 246 – Book Talk with Lisa & Jay
Jay from Joyfully Jay and Lisa from The Novel Approach share some of their favorites from this past Spring, including books by C.S.Poe, Gregory Ashe, Annabeth Albert, Kevin van Whye, KJ Charles and Allie Therin. They also have a special Pride Month reading recommendation and share what Pride means to them. Jeff & Will talk about TV shows, including “Love, Victor,” “Legendary” and the short film “Out.” Their book reviews this week are “Connor” by Daryl Banner, “The Rational Faculty” by Gregory Ashe and “The Astonishing Life of August March” by Aaron Jackson.
Pride Month Bonus 12 – Slade James: Slade James, host of “GayRomance.Show: The MM Author Show,” joins us to talk about some classic books for Pride Month. He also shares what Pride means to him.

Pride Month Bonus 13 – Jay Northcote: Author Jay Northcote reads from his holiday book “A Boyfriend for Christmas” and shares with Pride means to him.

Pride Month Bonus 14 – Joel Leslie: Audiobook narrator Joel Leslie returns to talk about the work he did on Cat Sebastian’s “Hither, Page.” He also shares what it’s been like for him to voice so many LGBTQ+ characters in his career.

Pride Month Bonus 15 – Max Walker: Author Max Walker shares a reading from his new book “Hummingbird Heartbreak.” He also talks about what Pride means to him.
Bodice Tipplers
Bodice Tipplers: Julie Garwood’s The Bride
Jamie is fiery! She has a horse named Wildfire that she likes to ride bareback! She is beloved by all and has zero flaws except… a terrible sense of direction! Alec is… large! And rude! And none of these people know a damn thing about medieval Scotland! You got it, it’s Julie Garwood’s The Bride!
Dateable Podcast
Dateable: Season 10 Episode 19: What’s your [personality] type?
Whether you’re an ISFJ, ENFP, INTP, or whatever it may be, we’re here with Frank James to share how your personality type impacts how you date. We discuss the blind spots that each type has while dating, how we can better understand each other to resolve conflicts/ misunderstandings in relationships, and if any two types are most compatible (or incompatible).
LITerally Us Podcast
LITerally Us Podcast: Ep 26: Should the Book & Movie Ever Be the Same: Gabriel’s Inferno Movie on Passionflix
“The book was better” is a complaint many readers have about book adaptations (for good reason!). On this special episode, Gabi and Kamrun review the highly anticipated Passionfix movie adaptation of Gabriel’s Inferno by New York Times bestselling author Sylvain Reynard. They compare it to the book series and look at the trend of romance books to screen adaptations. They also analyze just how faithful a screen adaptation should be to a book, chat about Passionflix movies, and discuss why it’s important to have adaptations made to fit the current climate, regardless of when the books were written.  
Ep 27: Author Interview: Hannah Orenstein: On this episode, Gabi and Kamrun have on special guest Hannah Orenstein to chat about her new book HEAD OVER HEELS, a romantic comedy about gymnasts with an Olympic twist. Hannah’s also the author of PLAYING WITH MATCHES and LOVE AT FIRST LIKE, and the senior dating editor at Elite Daily. She dishes on her writing inspirations, how her career as a former matchmaker and current dating editor influenced her books, and some of her favorite romances, including by Casey McQuiston, Robinne Lee, Meryl Wilsner, and Alexa Martin.
What Would Danbury Do?
What Would Danbury Do?: The Bridgerton Breakdown
Rudi [f?], Kate [f??], and Adele [f???] break down the season past, talk about their highlights and their lowlights, provide surprisingly similar rankings, and tackle some thorny reader questions. And, as always, we wonder…who hurt Rudi?
my imaginary friends
My Imaginary Friends with L. Penelope: Research & Mental Fertilizer
Finding the story through research!

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Couples Talking Couples Podcast
Couples Talking Couples: Mama Mia!
Here we go again in our special Father’s Day episode exploring the jukebox musical sensation “Mama Mia!” This week Ashley and Ryan discuss the unexpected deadbeat dad audience, strange geographical choices, and pick our favorite Mama Mia dad.

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