Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up: Queen Move, Magic 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: 412. Magic, Queerness, and Being Welcomed As Yourself, with Sarah Gailey
Today I’m chatting with author Sarah Gailey about their books, including their latest, When We Were Magic, and about different types of magic, including the magic of learning a skill, finding your community, and discovering over and over again who you are. We talk a lot about queerness, and defining who you are – specifically by asking the question, “Who are you when you’re all by yourself?” Thanks to Meagan-Ray for their input, care, and questions for this episode!
Too Stupid To Live
Too Stupid to Live: Ravished by My TBR List AND Amy Spalding
YA author Amy Spalding returns to the show for a meaty conversation about what we’re reading, being creative, and much much more!
LITerally Us Podcast
On this episode, Kamrun and Gabi are beyond excited to have bestselling author Kennedy Ryan on their show! They discuss Kennedy’s newest release QUEEN MOVE, her ALL THE KING’S MEN duet, GRIP, LONG SHOT, and more of her romance books. They also chat about diversity and inclusivity in the romance genre, authentic representation of other cultures and experiences, the research Kennedy undertakes for her books, strong heroes and heroines, and what she has coming up.

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: June 26, 2020
A gripping story about quail chicks today! Also general ramblings on building a writing habit, taking time off from it, and the difference between letting a field lie fallow and having it become a fetid swamp. The quote I mention is this one by Mark Rutherford: There is in each of us an upwelling spring of life, energy, love, whatever you like to call it. If a course is not cut for it, it turns the ground around it into a swamp.
First Cup of Coffee – June 30, 2020: I’m welcoming guest Erin McLellan today for a Pride Month spotlight! Erin writes queer, quirky and erotic contemporary romance. We talk about self-publishing, living in Alaska, and being a pantser.
Jeff and Will's big gay fiction
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 247 – Inside “The Bright Sessions” Universe with Lauren Shippen
Lauren Shippen talks with Jeff about the podcasts and novels that make up “The Bright Sessions” universe. They discuss the origins of the original audio drama podcast as well as how the show spun off additional podcasts and more recently novels. Lauren also shares a special reading from “The Infinite Noise,” the first “Bright Sessions” novel, and what Pride means to her. Jeff reviews Adriana Herrera’s “Finding Joy.” The guys discuss the documentary “Disclosure,” season two of “The Politician” and “Pose-A-Thon,” a pride celebration from the cast and crew of “Pose.”
Big Gay Fiction Book Club June 2020: “Heartache and Hoofbeats” by Maz Maddox:  In this episode of the “Big Gay Fiction Book Club,” Jeff and Will discuss the wild west, shifter romance “Heartache & Hoofbeats” by Maz Maddox.
The Mermaid Podcast
The Mermaid Podcast: Merfolk for Black Lives
Welcome to a special episode in which Black Professional Mers discuss their lives on land and under the sea. The hashtag #MerfolkforBlackLives was started on Instagram by Mermaid Che Monique. Since her original post on June 3, 2020, the Mer community has really taken up that call to discuss why the Black Lives Matter movement is important to them and the hashtag now has hundreds of posts on social media. This episode is a partial replay of an event hosted by Mermaid Chè Monique on Facebook Live and recorded for The Mermaid Podcast. In this conversation, Mermaid Chè Monique is joined by Mermaid JessaLee, Blixunami, Caribbean Pearl, Fernando Delequoix and Keeva Queen Mercorn.
my imaginary friends
My Imaginary Friends with L. Penelope: Who Tells Your Story?
On writing point of view characters outside of your lived experience.

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Couples Talking Couples Podcast
Couples Talking Couples: The Half Of It
Paint your boldest stroke and meet us at the train station because we are jumping into the new Netflix film “The Half Of It.” On this weeks episode Ryan and Ashley discuss how comfortable we are with sneaky texts and who we would bring in to write our love letters.

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