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!
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 213 – “Loosen Up” with Max Walker
Jeff & Will open the show celebrating two birthdays: Will’s advanced age and the podcast’s sprightly fourth year.
Jeff reviews Blood & Bitcoin by L.A. Witt. Will reviews Safe Harbor by H J Welch and The Secret of the Carrot Medallions, a graphic novel featuring Catherine Dair’s Skip and Pip characters.
Max Walker talks to Jeff about his latest book, Loosen Up and how he got involved in the Ace’s Wild series. They also discuss Max’s Stonewall Investigations and Stonewall Miami series, how he balances suspense and romance, as well as his journey from nearly being a doctor to becoming a full time author.
Learning the Tropes: One Year Podiversary & November Preview
It’s our one year podiversary show!
To show you how much we love you, we answered all your burning questions with some very special help from Producer Pat!
The Cutaways Podcast: Episode #144 – Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
We make our big network announcement and then suffer through one of the most boring movies we’ve ever covered on this podcast. Whyyyyy does this movie exist? It really did bring us to the edge of reason.
Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: 375. Beautiful Friendships: Live at One More Page Books with Christina Lauren
From the DC stop on their book tour to promote Twice in a Blue Moon, I’m in conversation with Christina Lauren at One More Page Books in Alexandria, VA! I recorded this on 23 October in front of a live and most excellent audience, and I had questions both from my brain and from the community on SBTB, too. We talk about their newest book, the themes therein (no spoilers, I promise!) and about writing, productivity, travel hacks, caring for their creative selves, and their professional and personal friendship.
Two live recordings, back to back! This week, I’m in conversation with Sherry Thomas, author of the Charlotte Holmes series. I recorded this on Friday, 25 October, 2019, at the Loyalty Bookstore in Washington DC. As usual, I had questions from my nosy brain and from the SBTB community – and in the middle we have crashing cups, a spontaneous reading from the author, and a special additional guest: audiobook narrator Kate Reading came to the event to meet Sherry, and the poor woman sat next to me so I asked her a question, too
#PantsNaNoWriMo day 5: A bit about word count and how long novels really are, plus a funny story about how I figured that out early on.
Also, some super exciting news about an event for THE FIERY CROWN at George RR Martin’s Jean Cocteau Cinema! Save the date: May 17, 2020.
First Cup of Coffee – November 7, 2019
#PantsNaNoWriMo day 7: The magic trick of square brackets, also evaluating opportunities – and opportunity cost.
Couple’s Talking Couples: Harry Potter
Pack up your owls and meet us on platform nine and three quarters because this week we are headed to Hogwarts to explore relationships in the Harry Potter series. Joined by Harry Potter expert Sarah Sterling, we break down every relationship that Harry Potter has to offer in this super sized episode
My Imaginary Friends: Running Uphill
THIS WEEK’S BEST THING: Sleater-Kinney live show in DC!
MRW Auction – I’m offering 2 hours WordPress website maintenance or training! Auction ends 11/15/19. Start bidding at marylandromancewriters.com/auction.
My Facebook Group – facebook.com/groups/lpenelope. Cover reveal coming soon!
If it’s not a hell yeah, it’s a no. https://sivers.org/hellyeah
OneStopForWriters.com – writerly thesauruses and worksheets galore.
Weiss and Benioff on how mediocre white men messed up Game of Thrones – https://twitter.com/ForArya/status/1188186578071556102
The Turn On: Episode 10 | My Boo
On Episode 10 of The Turn On, we read Song of Solomon from the Contemporary English Version of the Bible and discuss sex and religion, feminism and race.
Tea & Strumpets: A Regency Romance Review: 011 – Interview – Evie Dunmore talks Bringing Down the Duke
Join us as we speak with Evie Dunmore, whose first novel Bringing Down the Duke came out this past September to great acclaim. Evie walks us through how she became interested in romance and what inspired her to write her first novel. This Oxford-educated woman is a treat, telling us about being a new author and what actually is the difference between a suffragette and a suffragist. We bonded over our collective difficulties reading Jane Austen novels and our love of horseback riding. You’ll really enjoy getting to know her as much as we did, so stop reading and get listening! *mid-level spoilers, we tried to be good* (Also, somehow there is a spoiler for Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase. You’ve been warned!)
Top to BOTM: November Top! Prince of Death + GRL
For the month of November, we have a brand new book to dive into, words to write and we discuss our GRL experience (and the stupid roadtrip back).
We also get to announce formally that we’re now part of the Frolic Podcast network! If you’re into romance fiction of any flavor, the Frolic Podcast Network includes shows that feature book club style discussions, author interviews, comedy, critique, and fantastic conversations as well.
Boobies & Noobies: UnLucky in Love
The Novel: UnLucky in Love
The Author: Cary Hart
The Noobie: SheSquad LA Book Club