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: 441. Bosoms and Bitches: A NSFW Discussion of Toxic Desire
It’s a special, extended length episode: Amanda and I are joined by Melody and Erin from the incredibly delightful podcast Heaving Bosoms! I guested on their show and they joined us to return the favor.
Couple’s Talking Couples: Clueless
Time to set up your friend with the popular guy and meet us in Beverly Hills, because this week Ashley and Ryan are exploring the teen classic “Clueless.” Discussion topics include: non biological step sibling dating dynamics, high school vs old British society, and a brief trek to the bygone era of the 90s.
Crappy Friends: Get Her Out of My Head!
It was a long and fairly horrible “friendship”…but even so, you can’t stop thinking about it. Sure, you’re better off now, but what if she wants to pick it up again? Do you have any obligations? Why is she taking up so much mental space, and what can you do? The Ladies have suggestions!
The Pemberley Podcast: A Divisive Duel
This week, we discuss Shondaland’s Bridgerton – An Affair of Honor – a newly single Daphne flirts with the Prince while the Duke allegedly concludes his business in England. Coincidence? Absolutely not, the the drama only grows from there.
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: January 15, 2021
Reflections on how Susan Elizabeth Phillips and Jayne Ann Krentz modeled author friendships for me, the old people’s website, and the perils of hand-drawn maps.
First Cup of Coffee – January 18, 2021: Some of my gripes about how other people treat deadlines, thoughts on commas, fan fiction, contractions, and creating realistic characters who will still never be like a real person.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 283 – Talking Historicals with Zoë and Kelsey from “Tea & Strumpets”
In a Frolic Podcast Network crossover event, Jeff & Will welcome Zoë & Kelsey from the “Tea & Strumpets” podcast to talk about historical romance. The conversation ranges from why historicals can provide an escape, their favorite tropes in the genre along with some of their favorite books featuring m/m and f/f pairings. Of course, the hit Netflix regency romance “Bridgerton” is also discussed.
What Would Danbury Do?: Violet in Bloom: The Bride of Bridgerton
In the final episode of Season Two, we get some back story to everyone’s favourite matriarch as we follow her from a young girl through a whirlwind courtship all the way to the beloved grandmother of an indeterminate number of grandchildren. More a montage than a full story, it’s nonetheless an insight into who Violet is outside of her role as a mother.