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: 469. Awakened by the CEO’s Kiss, with Morgan and Isabeau from Whoa!Mance
I’m joined by Morgan and Isabeau from the Whoa!Mance podcast! They are celebrating three years of podcasting, and their latest exploration of romance has been to look at category romances. I thought it would be fun to take a deep dive into a brand new contemporary romance, so we all read Awakened by the CEO’s Kiss by Therese Baharrie.
This episode is a low-spoiler discussion of the book, and of all the interesting and subversive things that it does. We cover kiss tension, books that give you chest tingles, and more. You can listen if you’re read it, or if you haven’t, but you might really like this book so we recommend it either way!
Honestly!?: Episode #180 – Zahn Stahns
On this week’s episode we’re talking about Catfish, The Sims, Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid, The White Lotus, people who purposely miss the point when they critique things, and more!
Episode #181 – I’m Unfamiliar With The Origin Of This Duck– On this week’s episode we’re talking about our most recent reads, the Fear Street trilogy on Netflix, the new season of Ted Lasso, Good Trouble, and apropos of nothing, we countdown the top ten funniest 5SOS moments.
Lit Wallflowers: Ravenels – Devil in Disguise with @romantically_swept_away
Lisa Kleypas has done it again with Devil in Disguise. Sigh!
What calms big, mean, whisky-soaked Scotsman Keir MacRae? Instant attraction with Lady Merritt Sterling and her table syrup ways.
They both know it is not a good idea to even have dinner together, however they cannot seem to stay away from each other. Then an attempt to see Merry again, turned into another attempted murder which had Keir saving himself only to forget the best week of his life!
In this book that kept us smiling, of course there were odes to the Wallflowers series and hilarious scenes. Not only were we asking “who’s your daddy?” but also “who dun-it?” Join the ladies as they discuss how sweet and sexy the final book of the Ravenels series is!
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: July 30, 2021
How our author assistants are actual human beings with names, and who are our friends, treating assistants of all types well, the attempts at rebuttal and shaming I’ve been receiving, and an actual update on WRITING!
First Cup of Coffee – August 2, 2021: On the great value of unplugging for a day, getting away from the To Do List, and rediscovering a mental space that isn’t being online. Also the tale of my bookshelves and how I became a trope of myself.
First Cup of Coffee – August 5, 2021:I geek out on the science lessons today, waxing nerdy on lily pad blossoms, phototropism, thigmotropism, and also the COVID vaccine. You never know what will be served for breakfast here! Also a heartfelt thank you.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 325 – Book and TV Recommendations for Your August Entertainment
For the August preview, Jeff and Will look at upcoming books by K.M. Neuhold, Macy Blake, Lauren Blakely, Annabeth Albert, Haven Hadley, Dahlia Donovan, Frederick Smith & Chaz Lamar Cruz, and Rachel Reid. Jeff also reviews “Out of Character” by Annabeth Albert and “Flash Fire” by TJ Klune. The guys also discuss what they’ve been watching recently, including Netflix’s young adult gay romance series “Young Royals.”
The SSR Podcast: Episode 156: Amber Brown Is Not a Crayon (with Rachel Lynn Solomon)
In case it’s not clear from the title of Paula Danziger’s 1994 novel, Amber Brown is not a crayon. Nope — she’s a third-grader who’s dealing with the news that her best friend Justin will be moving away with his family. In Amber Brown Is Not a Crayon, readers ride the ups and downs of this experience with our spunky heroine. You’ll hear Alli and her guest chat about all of those ups and downs on Episode 156. They also discuss the “not like other girls” trope, how to treat young readers with respect, subtle moments of representation, portrayals of divorce, and miniature chocolate chips.