Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up: Plot Twists, Bitches Assemble 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: 397. Bitches Assemble: Recommendations for Comfort with Carrie, Elyse, Lara, Amanda & Sarah

Need a break? I’m connecting with each of the Smart Bitches writing team from around the world to see how they’re doing, collect some comforting recommendations, and extend their good wishes into the world. Cozy up and join us for part one with Carrie in California, Elyse in Wisconsin, Lara from South Africa, and Amanda and I from Boston and Maryland. We have books to read and re-read, recommendations for resilience, and familiarity, and absolute fun. And we have CRUCIAL QUESTIONS about mayonnaise. We’re sending you good thoughts and many good book wishes from a safe and acceptable social distance.

Dateable podcast
Dateable: Season 10 Episode 6: Expect the Unexpected

From Coronavirus to coming out in your marriage – there’s no predicting what can happen! We talk to Chris about discovering his sexuality later in life and what it meant for him and his wife. We discuss adapting to unforeseen situations, navigating change, and staying true to yourself through it all.

Shelf Love Podcast
Shelf Love: KINK: Decameron Quarantine Romance Book Club No. 1

Decameron Quarantine Romance Book Club: part 1 of a 10-episode mini-series of short, casual conversations with romance experts, who are here to spread the joy of romance novels so that we can all stay home and NOT spread the Coronavirus. Tonight’s theme is KINK and my guests are Katrina Jackson, Katee Robert, and Karelia Stetz-Waters. Stay safe, stay calm, and keep reading romance.

A Seditious Affair by KJ Charles with Emma Barry: Cross-Class Romance, and Andrea’s HEA Existential CrisisRomance novelist Emma Barry is my guest, and we read A Seditious Affair by KJ Charles. This male/male Regency romance features a cross-class romance that gets us discussing if there is an element of coercion in most cross-class romances. Plus, does this book end with a happily ever after, or just a happily for now? What is “ever after” anyway? What is permanence? It’s possible I had an existential crisis in the middle of recording this one, but thank goodness I had Professor Emma Barry to guide me through this discussion. We talk about how academics are intellectual colonizers, plus how one of the best oral sex scenes saved Emma from the trauma of the ‘90s, and I ask the question: Is it bad to read escapist trash?

 

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Living in the Pages with Willow Aster
Living in the Pages with Willow Aster: Kelsey Clayton

In this episode, Willow speaks with fellow introvert and author, Kelsey Clayton. They talk about Kelsey’s excitement for the plot twist, the trauma that turned her into a writer (and reader!), her mortification at having relatives for readers, her healthy relationship with book reviews, and a few of her thoughts on Harry S.

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Tea and Strumpets Podcast
Tea & Strumpets: 027 – {Second Chance at Love} – Like No Other Lover

This week we’ve remastered one of our less-listened-to, but no less fabulous episodes! With some better editing know-how, we do hope you’ll enjoy this second chance at loving our second-ever episode! Now, on to the synopsis! This week, we continue our journey into Pennyroyal Green with Like No Other Lover by Julie Ann Long! While this book is less jam-packed, it is no less delicious. Our characters positively sizzle when they’re near. Also, can we just talk about how nice it is that the main characters are actually honest with each other and do not make dumb decisions based on unnecessary misunderstandings?! **Spoilers are thing, just FYI**

 

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: March 12, 2019

Adjusting to life with the pandemic, thoughts on improving as a writer – or any kind of artist – how long it takes to write a book – and how we grow over time. Also being a newbie writer and knowing when something is good enough.

First Cup of Coffee – March 13, 2020Talking about efforts to #flattenthecurve – and the myriad of reactions to COVID-19 in the U.S. Also about progress on THE PROMISED QUEEN. Pretty much the two things I’m thinking about these days.

First Cup of Coffee – March 16, 2020Tracking the #flattenthecurve efforts through markers like yoga classes, sweet pea seeds, and the availability of eggs. Also an adventure in microbaking.

First Cup of Coffee – March 17, 2020: Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I’m fighting with my treadmill desk, yet again, and talking about stress responses to our social distancing, along with the power of purchasing. Also, why I feel so blessed to have the job I do.

First Cup of Coffee – March 19, 2020 I’m fighting the blues – as I imagine many of us are – but also talking about process and what it means when I say go back and layer in certain elements. Also about pets and what makes them really hard to write.

 
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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 232 – TJ Klune on “House in the Cerulean Sea,” “Extraordinaries” and “Greek Creek”

TJ Klune joins Jeff for a discussion about “The House in the Cerulean Sea,” including the Wikipedia article that sparked the idea, the story’s unique setting, the children that populate the orphanage and the message he hopes the book conveys. They also talk about the May release of “The Extraordinaries” and the August wrap up of the “Green Creek” series. Jeff also reviews “Cerulean Sea.”

LITerally Us Podcast
LITerally Us: Ep 14: Review: P.S. We Still Love Lara Jean!

In this episode, Gabi and Kamrun review To All the Boys P.S. I Still Love You, the sequel to one of their (and most of the world’s probably!) movies To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, which is the popular Netflix adaptation of New York Times bestselling author Jenny Han’s book series. They discuss all things Lara Jean, the introduction of John Ambrose to the mix, the movie’s wonderful display of diversity…and whether they still love Peter Kavinsky.

boobies and noobies podcast
Boobies & Noobies: Steamy Spotlight: Interview with Kandi Steiner

In this month’s Steamy Spotlight episode, Kelly interviews bestselling author, Kandi Steiner about her writing origin story, her love for “emotional roller coaster” romances, and of course, the best whiskey recommendations. OLD FASHIONED, the fourth and final book in Kandi’s Becker Brothers series is on sale now!

Couples Talking Couples Podcast
Couples Talking Couples: Kate And Leopold

Grab your camera and meet at the Brooklyn Bridge because Ashley and Ryan are time traveling in this weeks episode about “Kate And Leopold.” They will be discussing pros and cons of living in the past, time travel spokemans opportunities, and the unsung hero of the movie as well their dark ulterior motives.

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My Imaginary Friends with L. Penelope: Surprising, But Inevitable

Endings, intuition, and not injuring your writing muscles.

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