Weekend Podcast Guide: Feminism, Bly Manor and More!

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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: 431. Amanda and Sarah’s Q&A Part Deux: Silly Bugaloo

We’re back with more questions from our Patreon community! We have questions about books, romance covers, and of course, food. Strong opinions? Yes! Silliness! Also yes!

Thank you again to the Patreon community for providing the very silly, very much needed questions.

Too Stupid To Live
Too Stupid to Live: Halfway Girl with Skye McDonald

Another Frolic crossover! Author and co-host of Quick & Dirty Romance Skye McDonald joins Becky to discuss the Anti-Belle lifestyle, her book Not Suitable for Work, the writing process and so much more! Then, they “play ball” and review Tessa Bailey’s sports romance Halfway Girl ($0.99).

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My Imaginary Friends: First Draft Woes

Getting through this first draft as I do a “soft” Nanowrimo.

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: November 6, 2020

How to know when to push on wordcount and when to back off – and how to push, if you do. Also a look ahead at upcoming interviews with L. Penelope, Melissa Marr, and Nalini Singh!

First Cup of Coffee – November 9, 2020: A shoutout today to Rebekah Weatherspoon on the release of IF THE BOOT FITS, a modern Cinderella tale set on a Black-owned luxury dude ranch. Otherwise I’m mostly squeeing about the Biden/Harris win 😀

First Cup of Coffee – November 10, 2020:I’m continuing my interview series with contributors to the UNDER A WINTER SKY holiday romantic fantasy anthology, talking with the fantabulous L. Penelope today. We discuss worldbuilding in novellas.

First Cup of Coffee – November 12, 2020:I’m showing off the cover of Rebecca Roanhorse’s Black Sun. Also talking about the downsides of blending fantasy and romance, navigating Thanksgiving during a pandemic, and a bit on fast-drafting.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 266 – Jayce Ellis Discusses “Learned Behaviors”

Author Jayce Ellis joins Jeff and Will to discuss her latest book, “Learned Behaviors.” She also shares what she’s got planned for the “Higher Learning” series as well as for the High Rise series that includes the books “André” and “Jeremiah.” Jayce also talks about how she started in the m/m romance genre and the amazing support she gets from her husband. She also offers up some book recommendations.

Episode 267 – Reviews: Jayce Ellis, TJ Klune, Avon Gale & Piper Vaughn, Tanya ChrisThis episode is packed with book recommendations as the guys discuss “Learned Behaviors” by Jayce Ellis, “Brothersong” by TJ Klune, “Trade Deadline” by Avon Gale & Piper Vaughn and “Manners & Mannerisms” by Tanya Chris. Two books outside the gay romance genre are also reviewed as Will talks about “Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!: Deep Inside Valley of the Dolls, the Most Beloved Bad Book and Movie of All Time” by Stephen Rebello and Jeff looks at “The Bridge” by Bill Konigsberg.

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Couple’s Talking Couples: Long Shot

Quit your media conglomerate and meet us on the campaign trial because this week Ryan and Ashley are diving into the 2019 political romcom “Long Shot.” In this episode Ashley comes up with a brilliant non partisan issue, we discuss Ryan’s likely political scandal and the wonder who was the goofiest first lady.

The Lesbian Ship is Intense
This Lesbian Ship is Intense: Bly Manor: Is This Only Sexy to Lesbians?

Part 1: We’re recapping Jamie and Dani’s story over the course of the series. Listen as we break down eps 1-6 and discuss how we connect with this show and give our thoughts on romance, grief, and Jamie’s moonflower monologue. We also give our opinion on the “bury your gays” debate.

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The SSR Podcast: Episode 120: Clap When You Land (with Kara Lee Corthron)

It’s week two of New Reads November 2020 and Alli and her guest are turning to Elizabeth Acevedo’s Clap When You Land (which just so happens to have been the most-requested title for New Reads November!). You don’t want to miss the conversation about this novel in verse, which addresses matters of identity, race, family, sexuality, feminism, and the patriarchy… not to mention the fact that it’s beautiful writing from start to finish!

Kara Lee Corthron is an author, playwright, and TV writer based in Los Angeles. Her latest novel Daughters of Jubilation is now available. Follow her on Instagram (@kara.corthron) and Twitter (@KaraLeeCorthron).

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