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: 422. More Psychic Pining and Real Psychic Conversations with Amanda!
Amanda’s back with your recommendations for romances psychic pining, plus discussions of making graham crackers, macaroni and cheese and soup. Yes, I will share recipes. Basically we intersperse talking about book recs and talking about food and recipes, with a side trip to psychics having sex.
What to Read Next Podcast: Book Recommendations: Small Town Romances
Today I am chatting with Amy (@novelgossip) and Sarah (@reallyintothis) about backlist small town romance series you should check out. Series mentioned: Virgin River by Robyn Carr, Haven Point by RaeAnne Thayne and Sweetwater Springs by Annie Rains.
The Shipping Room: Episode 142: One Season ‘Ships
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: First Cup of Coffee – September 3, 2020
Should magic systems make rational sense, since they’re, well, MAGIC? I’m mulling this question today and talking about a slow-down with DARK WIZARD. Also how this Facebook ads guy is driving me nuts.
First Cup of Coffee – September 4, 2020: Showing off my amazing mini-me shrunken head made by Mab’s Menagerie and gifted to me by the lovely Grace Draven. I’m also discussing series arcs and how to sustain conflict long term.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 257 – Listener Favorite: Lucy Lennox
The SSR Podcast: Episode 111: Freaky Friday (with Suzanne Park)
Author Suzanne Park joins Alli on Episode 111 to discuss Freaky Friday, the 1972 middle grade novel by Mary Rodgers that served as the inspiration for many adaptations, including the 2003 movie starring Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis. They discuss the differences between the book and the movies, focusing especially on how one fosters more empathy within the mother/daughter relationship than the other. They also discuss the book’s more problematic elements, namely a racist housekeeper and a misogynist dad. And they chat about the fundamental misunderstandings that exist between kids and parents!