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: 476. Behind the Scenes of Reviewing Romance with Shana and Amanda
In our last collection of Patreon listener questions, we had two about the process of reviewing: what we look for, and what questions we’re trying to answer when we write a review. Shana joins Amanda and me to talk about the process of reviewing romance, how reviewing helps us identify what we most like to read, and how reading and review works for each of us as writers, and for me doing editorial oversight.
Rebel Girls Book Club: Maggie Time: Eating My Words about YA Literature
This week Maggie eats her words about YA Literature (and audiobooks) not being her cup of tea. They are totally her cup of tea. I’ve got five of my favorite (mostly fantasy if we’re being honest about it) young adult reading recommendations for you here: get them while they’re hot.
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: September 17, 2021
Side gigs, hustling, and predators who take advantage of those trying to piece an income together – and how LuLaRich is fascinating to watch. I’m also asking for suggestions on what midwinter holiday novella I should write!
First Cup of Coffee – September 20, 2021: A bit of a rant today on “clean” romance and why I object to the term, why my answer is wanting to write dirty romance, where all the sex involves dirt, the YA rating system kerfuffle, and other related thoughts.
First Cup of Coffee – September 23, 2021: Why telling writers to develop a thick skin isn’t very good advice and is, in fact, the wrong metaphor entirely, along with other thoughts on being a creative and therefore open and sensitive person.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 333 – Author Julian Winters and Narrator Silas Whitaker Bring “How to Be Remy Cameron” to Audio
We are super excited this week to welcome Silas Whitaker, a new audiobook narrator who already has a few titles out for young adult and gay romance fans. Author Julian Winters joins us as well to tell the story of how Silas came to narrate “How to be Remy Cameron.” We get the scoop on how Silas recorded his first book, managed the large cast of characters, and what his favorite scene was. We also talk about the books Silas has recorded in the gay romance genre. In addition, Julian discusses his short story in the “Black Boy Joy” anthology. Jeff also reviews the “How to Be Remy Cameron” audiobook and the “Black Boy Joy” anthology.