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: 403. Amanda’s Birthday Surprise Pajama Jammy Jam With Christina Lauren and Kristin Dwyer
This is a silly episode about cake, desserts, and in the middle, a surprise party for Amanda. She thought she was logging in to talk about cake. I surprised her with a virtual pajama birthday party with Christina Lauren and Kristin Dwyer – and a lot of pictures of Adam Driver. Zeb is begging throughout the recording. We talk about cake and desserts. We discuss strange food combos. We’re very silly. We get a super-surprise sneak preview of their latest book! Come celebrate with us.
Living in the Pages with Willow Aster: Emma Renshaw
Join Willow as she meets author, Emma Renshaw for the first time. Emma talks about the effects of life and loss on her writing strategy, the power of positivity and gratitude, and her relationship with her rock solid pal, Stony.
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: April 24, 2020
Some updates on fun things around the release of THE FIERY CROWN, including a super fun virtual event and a chance to get a signed copy early! Also musings on rewriting vs revising and how word processing Changed Things.
First Cup of Coffee – April 27, 2020: A story about my weekend adventures in which the pack rat tried to murder me-and the engine fire that has us down one vehicle. Also THE PROMISED QUEEN is done!
First Cup of Coffee – April 28, 2020: For all of you working from home for the first time, I’m offering thoughts on drawing boundaries to restore work/life balance. Also a bit more on the #revengeofthepackrat and refilling the well.
First Cup of Coffee – April 30, 2020: A great conversation with bestselling author Amanda Bouchet! She discusses her career path, how her debut fantasy romance became a hit, living in Paris in the time of COVID, and her new release, STARBREAKER.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 238 – Construction, Logic and Tattoos with K.M. Neuhold
K.M. Neuhold talks about “Nailed,” the latest in the “Four Bears Construction” series that releases this week. She also discusses the “Love Logic” series, her co-writing with Nora Phoenix and what got her started writing m/m romance. There’s also some teasers about what she’s working on next. Reviews this week include “Surreal Estate” by Jesi Lea Ryan and “Hither, Page” by Cat Sebastian.
Big Gay Fiction Book Club April 2020: “LOL: Laugh Out Loud” by Lucy Lennox & Molly Maddox: In this episode of the Big Gay Fiction Book Club, Jeff and Will discuss “LOL: Laugh Out Loud” by Lucy Lennox & Molly Maddox.
LITerally Us: Ep 21: Author Interview: Martha Waters & Historical Romances
On this episode, Gabi and Kamrun travel back in time to Regency England where they interview debut author Martha Waters on her new historical romance TO HAVE AND TO HOAX. They chat with Martha about this Regency romantic comedy and its marriage in trouble premise, illustrated covers, and her favorite romance books (both historical and non-historical). Martha also shared deets on her upcoming romance.
To Stupid to Live: Ravished by My TBR List AND Kelly Reynolds
In these unprecedented times, Becky checks in with some of her favorite past guests to see how they’re doing AND what’s on their TBR list (i.e. to-be-read list). In this inaugural episode, Kelly Reynolds of Boobies & Noobies stops by to discuss Scottish men that are trapped in mirrors, sexy hockey fights, and adjusting to a new normal. Also, Becky discusses a new project she’s working on…
Couples Talking Couples: Top Ten Romance Comfort Movies
This week we decided to try something a little difference and run through each of our top ten favorite romance comfort movies. Did we cheat and stretch the rules, of course we did! But hopefully we can give you new things to add to your queue to binge.
The Pemberley Podcast: A Gentleman’s Game
This week, conflict comes to a head as the gentlemen play against Sanditon’s laborers in an annual battle of Cricket (or British baseball, we we call it). Who will win, or rather, does anyone truly win?