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!
Amanda and I catch up on her “lots of things to look forward to” plan, which now includes things that were done! We talk about anxiety, therapy, angsty books, trimming your own bangs, and we have book and video game recs, plus new year’s wishes from Elyse, Pudding, and Jane B!
Do you like angsty books? Are there books that help you feel things cathartically?
It’s a major cross-over event, y’all! This week, Abigail is joined by the host of the podcast Too Stupid To Live, Becky Feldman, for a super-extra long episode! Discussion topics include Romance Content Creation (TM), approximately 10 minutes of ginger depravity, the Spanking Corner, why no one should date a painter, Chekhov’s Dildo, parrot participation, starting an IPB reading festival, and way, way more.
On this week’s episode we’re talking about Cheer season two, the profile of Anna Marie Tendler in Harper’s Bazaar, the new season of Drag Race and the Maddy Morphosis of it all, drama in the YouTube art community, and more!
We’ll continue our plot walkthrough with an introduction to Jim, Bart’s new … left-hand man.
Hedley and Governor Lepetomane make several failed plans to remove Bart from the office of sheriff, including a seduction from Lili Von Shtüpp. Naomi discusses two alternative versions of the beans song while introducing classic fart fest scene. And let’s discuss the charming … Mongo!
New York Times best selling author Lauren Blakely talks about “The Best Men,” which she co-wrote with USA Today best selling author Sarina Bowen. Lauren shares all the details on how she and Sarina came up with the ideas for this enemies-to-lovers romance, and how their writing process worked. Lauren also discusses how she went from journalism to a romance writing career.
Take one eager canine narrator, a well-read cat, and a seemingly harmless rabbit who might *actually* be a vampire, and you’ve got yourself Bunnicula: A Rabbit Tale of Mystery, the 1979 children’s novel by James and Deborah Howe that started a beloved series. For the third week of Manuary 2022, Alli and her guest laugh their way through a discussion of vampire lore, neurotic pets, and animal antics. They also talk about the Bunnicula origin story and the way the story has been adapted over the years. They wrap things up with an important discussion about how to prevent the banning of books.
Lev Rosen — AKA L.C. Rosen — is the award-winning, beloved author of books for people of all ages, including Camp and Jack of Hearts (And Other Parts). His next book, Lavender House, will be released in the fall of 2022. Follow him on Instagram (@levacrosen) and Twitter (@LevACRosen).
The doctor is not feeling well when the new owner of The Garland comes to town in Cathy Maxwell’s “Her First Desire,” book two of the Logical Man’s Guide to Dangerous Women series!
Once upon time in a faraway land, from London, there was a tiny kingdom, town really, called Maidenshop. Gemma Estep left her Cinderella-ish situation after discovering an opened letter addressed to her from months ago. Feeling far from safe after making a scene when guests were present at her in-laws, she packed up her salves and tinctures, then made her way to the only place she could go.
Mr. Ned Thurlowe, the town doctor, was on a his weekly walk with his betrothed. After years of being engaged, he finally agreed to set a date and celebrated by heavily drinking at The Garland to make him feel at ease. He was not aware of how rowdy the new recruits to the Logical Man’s Society were, especially with the duke back in town, until the next morning when he was disgusted at the mess that was made.
Gemma did not expect to see her beloved uncle’s tavern destroyed. Ned did not expect someone inheriting the society’s meeting place. They did not expect to be attracted to each other. However, they both have issues aside from using different types of healing methods. He wants the building she claims is hers.
Join us as we discuss how the chairman of the Logical Man’s Society found his first desire!
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