Weekend Podcast Guide: Horny Vampires 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: 464. Guilty Pleasures with Dr. Arielle Zibrak

Arielle Zibrak is the author of Guilty Pleasures, a new book in the Avidly Reads series from New York University Press. She’s also a former editor of romance fiction, and a professor of 19th century popular fiction. Her new book – which is terrific – examines the concept of the “guilty pleasures” and seeks to unpack and answer the question, “What is it about ribald romance novels, luxurious interior design, and frothy wedding dresses that often make women feel their desires come with a shadow of shame?”

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Honestly!?: Episode #176 – Vampires Are Canonically Horny

On this week’s episode we’re talking about life updates, The Sims, Starstruck, pop culture’s never ending obsession with vampires, the allegations against Anna Campbell, Gabbie Hanna’s latest crusade, and more!

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My Imaginary Friends: Does Craft Matter?

Why do people even like books anyway?

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: June 25, 2021

On giving critique, the differences between alpha reading and beta reading, critting and workshopping. How to take critique and what to do with it. Also why having someone clean your house isn’t a luxury.

First Cup of Coffee – June 28, 2021: BRIGHT FAMILIAR is finished! Also the standalone novella THE LONG NIGHT OF THE CRYSTALLINE MOON is out! Thoughts on rain after drought, overextending, recovery, and apologies for being behind on Things.

First Cup of Coffee – June 29, 2021:On Dread & Procrastination™ and why Shipping Things slides down my list. (Spoiler: it’s not rational.) How habits help us overcome these weird blocks, and a story about baby quail and bad parenting.

First Cup of Coffee – July 1, 2021: Today is a milestone, halfway through 2021 and I’m taking over as President of SFWA. I’m also preoccupied with my glorious fuchsia success and happy dancing that my proofreader loved BRIGHT FAMILIAR.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 319 – Summertime Reading Recs with Jay & Lisa

Jay from Joyfully Jay and Lisa from The Novel Approach discuss what they’ve been reading recently, including books by Paul Rudnick, Maria Ingrande Mora, Kate Hawthorne, Jason June, Joanna Chambers and M.A. Grant.

Episode 320 – Book and TV Recs to Keep Your July Cool: Jeff & Will review books by Casey McQuiston, Emery Lee, ZR Ellor, K.A. Merikan, Kacen Callender, and Brian Broome. They also discuss what they’ve been watching recently that they think should be on your watch list. Plus, they preview July’s releases and what they’re looking forward to.

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Rebel Girls Book Club: Salvage the Bones

Maggie and Harmony wrap up Season 2 with Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward. They discuss womanhood, class, and Hurricane Katrina as a metaphor.

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Lit Wallflowers: Ravenels – Devil in Spring – With @gigireadsromance aka Lady Sebastian St. Vincent

The season brought together the peculiar and the perfect for holy matrimony in Lisa Kleypas’ Devil in Spring!

We love Gabriel’s pursuit of Pandora. It was a settee that actually compromised her, however her quirks charmed him into forgetting his original plan of finding someone else for her to marry.

We love Pandora and her pursuit to fulfill her board game business. With Gabriel’s ability to problem solve, he got her to say yes. How can she not say yes after he helped her to waltz?

Pandora’s good nature got her into some trouble and we saw Gabriel’s love grow while taking care of his fox cub! After an incident, all he wanted to do was keep her in a safe place, however he can’t say no to his wife and he finds himself compromising every time.

We can achieve our goals, even the goals we think done best alone. We can find a compromise even when we think the best plan is our plan. There is someone who will accept us for who we are, who will help us grow out of peculiarity and perfection if we wish it. Join the ladies as they discuss the entrepreneur who can’t help giving throat kisses and the devil with an angel’s name who she surprises them with!

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The SSR Podcast: Episode 151: Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (with Rachael Lippincott)

We’ve all been known to be a little dramatic… but none of us have anything on Lola Cep, the star of Dyan Sheldon’s 1999 YA novel Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. That’s right — it was a book before it was a Lindsay Lohan movie!

On Episode 151, Alli and her guest take a ridiculous journey through the source material that inspired the 2004 LiLo performance. They discuss everything from unreliable narrators and band breakups to easy-to-like villainesses and rowdy pop stars. You might just want an encore!

Rachael Lippincott is the coauthor of All This Time and the #1 New York Times bestseller Five Feet Apart. Her new book The Lucky List is now available! Follow her on Instagram (@rachaellippincott) and Twitter (@rchllipp).

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