Weekend Podcast Guide: Controversial Food Opinions and More

Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up!

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: 448. Strong Food Opinions and Sandwich Debates With Amanda and Sarah

Need a break? How about highlights from another Stereo broadcast with Amanda and me! We started by asking what keeps folks feeling happy (pizza FTW), but when we bring up mayonnaise, things go way off the rails.

Way, way off the rails.

We are going to cover crucial debates and fundamental food opinions such as:

the egg-continuum of quiche to pie

whether a food is a soup or a quesadilla

is red velvet the Very Worst Dessert why are there vegetables in all these baked goods

and, grand finale, the species and genus of food inside another food.

Seriously, if you need to silly-laugh, you’ve come to the right podcast episode.
What Would Danbury Do?
What Would Danbury Do?: 23. Ain’t It Shocking What Love Can Do?

In Bridgerton’s Episode Two: Shock and Delight, we are both shocked and delighted by the antics of our favourite alphabetically named siblings and their aristocratic co-hort. There are balls, picnics, drawing rooms, and bedrooms. There are punches, threats, ultimatums, and desperate plans. There are big life questions and small moments of pleasure. All in all, just another day in the Season in Regency London.

23.5. Gossip in the time of Bridgerton– In this bonus episode we welcome Aotearoa (New Zealand) academic Rebecca Trelease to the podcast to gossip about gossip, and the role it plays in our societies and our lives.

The Shipping Room
The Shipping Room: Episode 161: Ginny and Georgia

We’re breaking down all of the ships and twists and turns of Netflix’s new hit show, Ginny & Georgia! Who are you shipping Ginny with and why is it Marcus? Why is Zion so special to Georgia? What is it about confidence that makes a man so appealing, like Paul? And can anyone compete with a backstory like Joe? We’re talking about all of this and more!

BONUS: Interview with Scott Porter (Ginny and Georgia):We were so excited to chat with actor Scott Porter (Friday Night Lights! Hart of Dixie!) about his new Netflix show, Ginny & Georgia! We dive into his character, Paul, why Ginny & Georgia has resonated with audiences, who could be the right man for Georgia, and more! We also talk a little Hart of Dixie, what FNL ship he thought would have been great, and Scott shares his Top 10 ship list with us!

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my imaginary friends
My Imaginary Friends: Series Concerns
Writing a series for binge readers and thoughts on #OwnVoices.

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: March 5, 2o21

I have a bit of Friday brain drain today. Been working on The Sorceress Queen and the Pirate Rogue, am grateful to Nalini Singh for a Dark Wizard shout-out, and feeling like the world is coming alive again!

First Cup of Coffee – March 9, 2021: How to handle modern understanding of medical science in a non-tech alternate fantasy world, getting my COVID-19 booster and why this is a great time to get yours, even if you’re concerned about “jumping the line.”

First Cup of Coffee -March 10, 2021: A (more coherent) report on the effects of the second COVID vaccine dose – and why I think we’ll be seeing more reactions like mine. Also thoughts on losing ground on deadlines and strategizing from there.

First Cup of Coffee – March 11, 2021:I’m explaining why I’m not a Vellum fan like so many, and who I use for formatting my self-published books. Also how I don’t like when Big Name Authors look down on other authors who might not have the same measures of success.

Jeff and Will's big gay fiction
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 292 – Darkly Enchanted Romance with Joshua Ian

Jeff & Will congratulate TJ Klune and V.E. Schwab for the nominations their books received in the 26th Annual Audie Awards.

Joshua Ian is here with the scoop on Manchester Lake, the latest book in the Darkly Enchanted Romance series. Joshua discusses why he loves gothic romance and what draws him to the Edwardian era. In addition, he talks about his contemporary romance alter ego Lawrence I. Hill, how he got started writing, and authors that have inspired him. Plus, Joshua shares a couple of book recommendations.

Episode 293 – The Lure of the Small Town with Philip William Stover– This episode features a conversation Jeff hosted with Philip William Stover for Doylestown Bookshop in Doylestown, PA. Philip discusses the “Seasons of the New Hope” series, which is set a few miles from Doylestown, and the new book “The Beautiful Things Shoppe.” Philip shares why he set the series in New Hope and his connection to the town, and what he would sell if he had a store like “The Beautiful Things Shoppe.” He also has some book recommendations.

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boobies and noobies podcast
Boobies & Noobies: The Happy Ever After Playlist

The theme for March’s reading is “Digital Love” and what says a digital love story more than a flirty text exchange? Actor and writer, Hadas Lev, joins Kelly to discuss Abby Jimenez’s contemporary romance, THE HAPPY EVER AFTER PLAYLIST. Discussion topics include meddling animals in romance novels, the Lore Olympus fandom, and steamy scenes… at the car wash.

Kinda Dating
Kinda Dating: Is Yours A Toxic Relationship? (with 51 First Dates)

Is your situationship just going through a phase or it is actually toxic? Kimmy and Liza of the 51 First Dates podcast join Natasha Chandel to talk about unhealthy relationship dynamics. They reveal the subtle signs of a toxic relationship, explain why it can be hard to leave, and share practical exit strategies. It’s an eye-opening new episode of Kinda Dating!

SSR Podcast
The SSR Podcast: Episode 136: Boy Meets Boy (with Ashley Woodfolk)

On Episode 136, Alli and her guest discuss David Levithan’s trailblazing queer YA romance, Boy Meets Boy. Published in 2003, the novel tells the story of a high schooler named Paul, his many complicated relationships, and a utopian town in which all people are loved and accepted. Tune in for a conversation about the guest Ashley Woodfolk’s personal connection to the book, why Boy Meets Boy is so powerful, our changing vocabulary around identity, friend breakups, and more.

Ashley Woodfolk is a YA author. Her new books — the paperback edition of When You Were Everything and Noelle: The Mean Girl — are out today! Later this year, look out for more of Ashley’s work in Blackout, Tobyn: The It Girl, and Battle of the Bands. Follow Ashley on Instagram (@ashwrites) and Twitter (@AshWrites).

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