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: 380. Tropes and Good Books are Eternal: A Snortlaugh with Angela James
Today my guest is Editor and Digital Grandmaster Angela James. Angie and I have known each other for a long honking time – over 14 years, we think. So in between snort laughing and talking about friendship, we talk about her new editorial venture and business following the elimination of her position at Carina Press. If you’re curious about editing and how that process works, get ready to learn all the things.
Learning The Tropes: The Earl Takes All by Lorraine Heath (w/ Sarah MacLean), Episode 48
This week Erin and Clayton had the wonderful and talented author Sarah MacLean (Fated Mates Podcast) in the studio to talk about The Earl Takes All by Lorraine Heath! Sarah gives us the inside scoop on Romance cover photo shoots, Erin plays “Bad Cop” and we talk about why there aren’t more Gorilla maulings in Romance. It’s super fun!
Living in the Pages with Willow Aster: Elizabeth O’Roark
On this chilly winter morning, Willow gets cozy with her new favorite time travel author, Elizabeth O’Roark. They discuss a host of topics, including Elizabeth’s foray into and back from existential psychology, her struggles with absentmindedness, and her angsty relationship with Diet Mountain Dew.
Shelf Love: Lucy Score – True Crime, Dogs in Pants, Living the Indie Pub Life – The Obsession by Nora Roberts
Lucy Score, indie publishing extraordinaire, pulls back the curtain on how she’s innovating and thriving as a romance novelist and we discuss The Obsession by Nora Roberts (queen of romance). The Obsession is a romantic suspense novel, and we discuss being a survivor and not a victim, the true crime craze (murderinos unite!), home renovations, and the family you choose.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 217 – A Suspenseful Chat with Gregory Ashe, Layla Reyne & L.A. Witt
Gregory Ashe, Layla Reyne and L.A. Witt join Jeff for a discussion about romantic suspense. The authors talk about why it’s a genre they love to write, how they mix the suspense and romance and what they think makes a good book in the genre. Along the way, each of them reveal some facts about their stories that surprised Jeff. They also tell fans what they can expect in 2020. Jeff also reviews “A New Empire (Fog City #3)” by Layla Reyne.
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: November 29, 2019
#PantsNaNoWriMo day 29: A lazy holiday morning, with coffee, cats, and some words of encouragement.
First Cup of Coffee – December 2, 2019: Welcome to December! I’m enjoying my advent calendar and buckling down for some serious book-finishing before Christmas.
First Cup of Coffee – December 3, 2019: I’m head-down in writing THE FATE OF THE TALA. Talking about that and interviewing Melinda Snodgrass tonight at George RR Martin’s Jean Cocteau Theater/Beastly Books.
First Cup of Coffee – December 5, 2019: Some insights from interviewing Melinda Snodgrass at George RR Martin’s Jean Cocteau Cinema the other night. Also about my writing community and how great they are – and when it’s a Vile Book.
Tea & Strumpets: A Regency Romance Review: 014 – Maiden Lane 10.7 – Once Upon A Christmas Eve
It’s officially December, so we’re going full-holiday on you all! That special time of year where you spend time with loved ones…or with a family you happen to come across when your carriage breaks down in a snowstorm with Grandma inside! Even if you’re like our hero Adam and not that into Christmas, it’s hard not to find joy from an almost-kiss while hunting down holly for the Christmas Ball. Or better yet – from a bit of action under the stairs while everyone else is occupied with parlor games! Miss Sarah St. John is about to learn that the best-made plans don’t always come to be – sometimes you can try to push away any and all rakes and a snowstorm will just blow a silver-tongued charmer into your home! Elizabeth Hoyt’s Once Upon a Christmas Eve is a festive novella that seems just right for a bit of holiday reading by the fire. **Spoilers all the way!**