Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up: Writer Challenges, Bromance Novels and More!

Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up!
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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: 381. Our Favorite Books of the Year, Part One: Lara, Tara, Carrie S and Charlotte

In the next few episodes, the SBTB reviewing team will be talking about our favorite books of the year! Lara joins us from South Africa to tell us about the books, fiction and nonfiction, that she read this year that made her feel good about herself. Tara joins us from Calgary, Canada, to talk about romances she read that changed her perspective – and taught her some history of lesbian pulp fiction. Carrie S. revisits zombie horror she adored and books that helped her get out of bed to fight the good fight, and Charlotte talks about revisiting her reading over the past year and how many books she loved.

Living in The Pages: Willow Aster
Living in the Pages with Willow Aster: She Said, He Said

In this reunion episode, Willow chats again with book reviewers Erica and Matt Russikoff of She Said, He Said. Their conversation is engaging, wildly entertaining, and often hilarious.

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Shelf Love Podcast
Shelf Love: The History of Bromance Novels and Emotional Idiots with Pop Culture Archivist Steve Ammidown

Guest Steve Ammidown (BGSU Browne Popular Culture Library Archivist) joins the podcast to discuss The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams. Topics: Romancelandia’s history Warm blanket reads Men’s friendships Men reading romance Emotional idiots What we give of ourselves in marriage Why The Bromance Book Club is a book worth reading.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 218 – The Fun of “What If” with BA Tortuga and Julia Talbot

This week we present a conversation Jeff had at GRL 2019 with wives, authors and all-around creatives BA Tortuga and Julia Talbot. They discuss how they met and started writing together, the publishing company they once formed with friends and how they published some of the first books that make up the gay romance genre we know today. We also find out how the question “what if” is the foundation for so many of their projects as well as what they’ve released for this holiday season.

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: December 6, 2019

I’m still fighting with the Vile Book, but posting anyway to be faithful to showing the real downs of being a writer, instead of glossing it. Also a bit on each book presenting a new challenge, and changing up tools.

First Cup of Coffee – December 9, 2019: Why writing isn’t necessarily fun, the value of pushing ourselves to do hard things, and other thoughts on what it means to work at something. The movie I mention is Shine, with Geoffrey Rush.

First Cup of Coffee – December 10, 2019: I got feedback from long-time crit partner Marcella Burnard on THE FATE OF THE TALA, and the verdict is not terrible! Talking about revising and how it fits in with being a pantser/gardener.

First Cup of Coffee – December 12, 2019A commute podcast today, with thoughts on writer gossip, betrayal and why I love my synonym finder.

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