Weekend Podcast Guide: Let’s Get Creative

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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: 460. A Lowcountry Bride and Fulfilling Dreams with Preslaysa Williams

Author and actor Preslaysa Williams joins me to talk about her new book, A Lowcountry Bride, which she calls “a love letter to Charleston.” We discuss the beauty and pain of complicated history, the process of writing this book over ten years, and the weirdness of seeing your younger self in animated gifs.

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Lit Wallflowers: Bad Boys & Wallflowers – What a Wallflower/Girl Wants – Least Likely to Be Caught… with @BookstaKatie

Our heart was ripped out in Maya Rodale’s “What a Wallflower Wants” and “The Bad Boy Billionaire’s What a Girl Wants” novella! Prude Prudence was not a prude so much as being protective of herself and her compromising secret! Another secret Pru kept was her intended marriage to someone who she knows she’ll be safe with and who won’t touch her. That plan was squashed and she found herself alone and walking to some village in Wiltshire. Then along came a carriage with white horses. We meet Castleton who loves damsels in distress, but Pru was determined to walk. When she gets to the inn in town, heavy rains mean forced proximity. Castleton turned out to be an understanding man with a good character. His experience helped Pru to heal a little at a time from the trauma she never told anyone or said out loud. “Castleton,” aka John Roark, had his own secret and he was determined to fulfill his promises. He deceived Pru, but with the best intentions! We all have our secrets. Sometimes it takes one person, a certain friend, or even a stranger to help us through something we want to heal and grow from. Join us as we discuss how the least likely to be caught in a compromising position found herself finding the special person who she was comfortable being in a compromising position with!

Grayson Family – Vivid – The Female Doctor is In with Ashley @Bibliosomniator: We’re off to Grayson Grove this series where Nate Grayson wants to play doctor with the new doctor, Viveca Lancaster, in “Vivid” by Beverly Jenkins! Strong, independent, and determined Viveca aka Vivid had a unique meet cute with mayor Nate Grayson involving a rifle. He believed that she didn’t belong in Michigan because of her city woman looks, let alone women can’t be doctors. An arrangement allowed Vivid to stay and treat those who would be open to a female doctor. Nate may not have liked her being the new doctor, but he did like to look at her and provide things for her. Although Vivid was not welcomed warmly into the grove, her services were needed for the town. There was resistance from some townspeople, but she slowly stole their hearts too with her skills and caring personality. Vivid and Nate eventually found themselves developing into something more. He opened his heart to the possibility of love and to marrying again. She learned that she could be more than she was, she can be both a doctor and wife. It takes a determined person to steal our heart to allow them to stick around. It takes the right person to heal our heart to be open to many possibilities. Join the ladies as they discuss how the female doctor is in and there to stay!
 
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This Lesbian Ship is Intense: Druck: Wir lieben dich auch
It’s season finale of Druck—finally! Fatou decides to take a leap with Kieu My and reaps the rewards. We discuss our many feelings about the show and saying goodbye, as well as the major themes that resonated with us throughout Fatou’s season.

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My Imaginary Friends: Iceberg, Right Ahead!

90% is under the surface, but it can still sink the ship!

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: May 28, 2021

The perils of social media brain, how to promote a calmer and more productive creative mind that allows for extended periods of concentration, and treating your creative self like a high-performance athlete.

First Cup of Coffee – May 31, 2021: Do we hold self-published books to a lower standard? What about Kindle Unlimited books? The “minimum viable product” approach to writing books feels fraught to me, but maybe it’s like guzzle wine vs. special occasion bottles.

First Cup of Coffee -June 1, 2o21:Warning: I down a bit of a rabbit hole on nipple rings and nipples in general. Also dipshit author behavior on Facebook, spammer friend-requesting, and an example of how NOT to PM your new “friends.”

First Cup of Coffee – June 3, 2021:Whether there’s an objective quality of “good” in writing, what I think is subjective and what is more objectively quantifiable. Also what I mean by continuity errors and inconsistent characterization.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 313 – A Royal Rom-Com with Paul Rudnick
Author / playwright / screenwriter / essayist Paul Rudnick talks about his new book “Playing the Palace.” He discusses why he wanted to write a royal romance, what inspired event planner Carter and Prince Edgar, and the fun in writing a big, gay royal wedding. Paul also has details on a couple of his upcoming projects, offers book recommendations and shares what Pride means to him. Jeff also reviews “Playing the Palace” and the guys have news of two events coming in June.
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Feminists Without Mystique: Ep 133: Bo Burnham’s INSIDE

We discuss Bo Burnham’s stunning, existential Netflix film, INSIDE.

We see you: Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin, UNC Chapel Hill, Sutton Stracke, Nikki Haley, unruly flight passengers, Bloomberg article on “sparing a thought for the billions of people who will never exist”
 
The Misfit's Guide to Writing Indie Romance
The Misfit’s Guide to Writing Indie Romance: Celebrating Success
Maintaining Mental Health isn’t just about dealing with difficult emotions. This week Adrienne and Eliza discuss keeping yourself balanced and celebrating success!
 
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The Pemberley Podcast: The Jane Austen Renaissance ft. Bianca Hernandez-Knight
This week, we’re breaking our hiatus to bring you the latest in Jane Austen breaking news! We are discussing upcoming book, film, and television adaptations, as well as updates on the JASNA SW YFC. Jane Austen fan Bianca Hernandez-Knight joins us to offer her commentary on TV and film updates!
 
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Honestly!?: Episode #173 – Sir, We Wear The Same Cup Size
On this week’s episode we’re talking about abolishing the five day work week, the books we’ve been reading recently, Mare of Easttown, fatphobic and predatory men on TikTok, and more!
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