Weekend Podcast Guide: Great YA and More


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: 471. Romance Games and Interactive Fiction with Laura Nash of The Short Game Podcast

Laura Nash of The Short Game joins me to talk about romance in short games – games you can play in 8-12 hours. We cover dating simulators and interactive fiction, and we rank the Dream Daddies. Laura shares some upcoming and very-brand-new games she’s hecking excited about, too!

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy:  August 10, 2021

On making choices – how we decide what to prioritize in our lives and how making time to write fits into that. Spoiler: it involves sacrificing some things and making hard decisions. See also: why I don’t have transcripts.

First Cup of Coffee – August 16, 2021: An alternative to writing with a wordcount goal-and how to know which method is better for you as a writer-along with words to search for when polishing, and a pervasive device I really don’t like and why.

First Cup of Coffee – August 17, 2021: My head is full of big thoughts on success, our personal ceilings of success and how those work, and how we can move past our self-imposed limitations to increase our reach as creatives. Or if that’s even important.

First Cup of Coffee – August 19, 2021: Answering questions and responding to comments on Tuesday’s podcast on success and our personal earnings ceilings. Thus I’m explaining a bit about how money in publishing works and how “good” books don’t always sell well.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 328 – Stories of Strength, Hope and Kindness with TJ Klune

Author TJ Klune joins us to talk about “Flash Fire,” the sequel to his YA superhero story “The Extraordinaries.” TJ discusses the new characters, how Nick has to deal with changing perceptions about his father, and the importance of queer history and sex positivity within the book. He also talks about “Under the Whispering Door,” the second book in what he calls his Unofficial Kindness Trilogy. Here the conversation shifts to look at writing a book about grief that is also infused with kindness and humor.


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