Weekend Podcast Guide: Grab Your TBR!


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: 470. Sending a Hug Into the World: A Conversation with Becky Chambers

My guest this week is Becky Chambers, author of the Wayfarers series and the new novella, A Psalm for the Wild Built.

We talk about the book itself, and themes of caregiving and comfort, and the process of writing a book with the goal of sending a hug out into the world. Thank you to Malaraa and Molly from our Patreon community for the questions!
Honestly!?: Episode #182 – Phantom Bangs

On this week’s episode we’re talking about The Other Black Girl by Zakiya Dalila Harris, People We Meet On Vacation by Emily Henry, niche BookTok drama, the Trisha Paytas Buzzfeed profile, and more!

K-Bae: Love Alarm s2ep3- One Time I’m Gonna Just Do All Gators

This week we watched Love Alarm season 2 episode 3! Robby talks Thunder Cats and gay childhood, Michael makes an Olivia Rodrigo reference, and Sun-oh destroys a tree.

Click here for where to listen.

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My Imaginary Friends: The Bareknuckle Bastards – Wicked and the Wallflower with @literaryillusions

We are hanging out in Covent Garden this series with Sarah MacLean’s The Bareknuckle Bastards starting with Wicked and the Wallflower!

Devil leaped back over a balcony when Felicity entered the dark room to laugh and speak to the ether. Devil intrigued, interrupts her benign harsh words about the mean girls and guys she wants to befriend again.

Those she once called friends angered Felicity into announcing the lie that she already landed the Duke of Marwick. Devil used this opportunity to ruin the mad Duke by helping the woman he was affianced to. The plan would work great if helping did not mean ruining Felicity, a woman he cannot believe was a spinster.

We loved that Felicity surprised Devil in his home which gave her the freedom to visit an area far from Mayfair and its comforts. Join us as we discuss the lock whisperer who picked the door locks for Devil’s freedom and unlocked his heart to love!

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: August 6, 2021

I touch on a number of things today – being nickel and dimed (yet again) on workshops, writing our characters as avatars of ourselves and how it’s a problem, and celebrating books like TWILIGHT and 50 SHADES OF GREY.

First Cup of Coffee – August 9, 2021: On what a great tool tracking your own productivity can be, how to treat the information like useful data without emotional investment, and what I’ve learned about myself recently from over a decade of tracking.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 326 – A Trip to Farthingdale Ranch with Jackie North

Author Jackie North joins us to talk about her “Farthingdale Ranch” series, including the latest installment “The Ranch Hand and the Single Dad.” Jackie tells us all about the series and the men who come to visit the ranch. We also find out the origins of Farthingdale Ranch, which trace back to Jackie’s time travel series, “Love Across Time.” Jackie also chats about some authors who inspire her and offers some book recommendations too.

Episode 327 – More Recs to Fill Your TBRs for Late Summer ReadingJeff & Will continue their look at books coming out this month, including titles by Becca Seymour, Avril Ashton, V.L. Locey, Skye R. Richmond, L.A. Witt, Genevive Chamblee, and EM Lindsey. They also review the Audible Original queer heist story “Hot White Heist” by Adam Goldman, the memoir “Hola Papi!” by John Paul Brammer, the friends-to-lovers romance “Learned Reactions” by Jayce Ellis, and the classic YA story “Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe” by Benjamin Alire Sáenz.

The Misfit's Guide to Writing Indie Romance
The Misfits Guide to Writing Indie Romance: Putting the Romance in Romance Novels

You’d think it’s be easy, after all romance is the name of the genre, but creating genuine emotional connection on the page is harder than you might think.


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