Weekend Podcast Guide: 2020 Favorites 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: 438. Later, 2020! With Kiki and Amanda

We are still gathering in groups across many time zones to say goodbye to 2020, and to look back at the books, shows, and other essentials that got us through 2020. Bad internet in South Africa got in the way of Lara joining us, but she sent a question for Amanda, Kiki, and me to answer. We talk about nonfiction that made us cry-laugh, audiobooks, TikTok, puzzles, and Cyberpunk clothing glitches. Side trips include depression, anxiety, and treatment, plus Poopsie Sparkly Critters and Cutie Tooties.

There is a LOT of laughing in this one so join us for total silliness. Happy New Year!

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Couple’s Talking Couples: Bridgerton
Hatch up a scheme and promenade with us in the garden because this week Ashley and Ryan are exploring the new Netflix series “Bridgerton.” Discussion topics include: whether or not proper society is a cult, the importance of sex-ed, and the worlds greatest missed opportunity for a pun.
 
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Bodice Tipplers: Humbug Man

Happy holidays, y’all! We all needed something a little… lighter. Something a little more… snowy. Something with a mustache. Enter Diana Palmer’s The Humbug Man, the tiniest little book that packs the most chest hair! He’s another ranchin’ Tate (why is that a trope?) who hates kids and loves ranchin’ (childfree.) She’s a secretary who moved to Arizona to be close to Montana who needs to get some, stat, but isn’t going to get any until the last two pages. It’s really sweet and has almost nothing in it that’s disturbing!

Click here for where to listen.

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: December 28, 2020

I’m sideways! (Only on video though.) And back from holiday, talking about rest and recovery, lessons of the pandemic year, and how writing must always take priority.

First Cup of Coffee – December 29, 2020: Creating the shape of your life on a daily basis, how THE PROMISED QUEEN was my pandemic year book, tips on writing Dedications and Acknowledgments and the upcoming @farofeb event!

First Cup of Coffee – December 31, 2020:How to know where to start a story and why this can be such a struggle even for experienced authors, how to take critique and make decisions on what to fix and how to go about it – and beginnings and endings in general!
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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 278 – Jay & Lisa’s Favorites of 2020

As 2020 winds down, Jay from Joyfully Jay and Lisa from The Novel Approach join us for a look at some of their favorite reads from the year. We start off talking about holiday favorites from the season. Jay recommends “His for Hanukkah” by Reese Morrison and Lisa’s pick is “Angels in the City” by Garrett Leigh. Then it’s on to their favorites of 2020, which includes books by E.M. Lindsey, David R. Slayton, Lynn Van Dorn, Caleb Roehrig, Lily Morton and Joanna Chambers. Jay and Lisa also talk about a couple of books they are excited for in 2021.

Episode 279 – Reviews and Favorites of 2020-In the final episode of 2020, Will reviews RJ Scott’s “Cupcakes and Christmas” and Jeff looks at the first two books in the “Rosavia Royals” series: “Up for Heir” by Stella Starling and “Reign or Shine” by HJ Welch. Jeff & Will also reveal some of their favorite reads from 2020, which include books by Jaxon Knight, TJ Klune, Annabeth Albert, Philip William Stover, Maz Maddox, Layla Reyne, Jayce Ellis and Julian Winters.
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The SSR Podcast: Episode 126: Listenersode #2!

Once again, we’re inviting SSR listeners on to the show to share their thoughts, feelings, and experiences about the books they loved most as kids… and maybe even some of the books the podcast has ruined for them. (Sorry!)

Enjoy this special episode — and happy new year! See you in 2021!
 
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