Weekend Podcast Guide: September 19, 2020

Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up!
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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: 423. Vampires and Spicy Blood with Zoraida Córdova and Dhonielle Clayton

Today I’m talking with Zoraida Córdova and Dhonielle Clayton, authors, podcasters, and conversational ebullience personified. Zoraida co-edited a new anthology Vampires Never Get Old, and Dhonielle and Zoraida both have stories inside – so we discuss all things vampire. We talk about all the things they’re working on – and there are a LOT of things – and are very honest about business, ambition, needing sleep, podcasting, accountability, and the prospective titles of our autobiographies.

What to Read Next Podcast
What to Read Next Podcast: Book Recommendations: Fake Dating

Frolic Podcast crossover with Boobies and Noobies host Kelly Reynolds as a guest in What to Read Next Podcast. In this episode, we chat all things romance and fake dating. Lot’s of fun recommendations.

Book Recommendations: YA Romance: Today our guest is Lauren Blinn. In this episode, we chat all things Young Adult romance recommendations. We feature both fantasy and contemporary romance recommendations.
 
Whoa!Mance
Whoa!Mance: Summa Cum Laude
It’s no secret that Whoa!mance is a product of the university – a meeting of minds that began with the pursuit of knowledge and ended in a holocaust of emotions. But we digress. This week, Morgan and Isabeau audit a few classes with Katrina Jackson’s ivory tower romp, Office Hours. High-achieving and beleaguered Assistant Professor of Sociology Dr. Deja Evans is in a rut. With her 3-year track to tenure review looming, her separation between work and life has blurred into non-existence. But her desire for the tenured history professor and dressed-to-the-nines hunk of all things past, Dr. Alejandro Mendoza, is keeping her pilot light aflame. What’s a proper work/life balance? Can a romance novel test the depth of our allyship? Why does higher education make us feel so low? This one’s for all y’all left jilted by the educational-industrial-complex.

Click here for where to listen.

my imaginary friends
My Imaginary Friends: Worldbuilding in a Hurry
Thoughts on ways to shortcut your worldbuilding without shortchanging your story.

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: September 10, 2020

Thoughts today on re-regulating ourselves to live in a crazy-making world, how champagne problems are still real problems, reader expectations and Kresley Cole.

First Cup of Coffee – September 11, 2020: A rambling podcast today on sleep cycles and the importance of sleep, daily routines, how much I love the In Death books, and how I’m *still* vacillating on what to write for UNDER A WINTER SKY.

First Cup of Coffee – September 14, 2020: The fascinating sky-striping caused by the smoke, big sale on my Twelve Kingdoms and Uncharted Realms books today, and some discussion of the business side of self-publishing.

First Cup of Coffee – September 15, 2020:Why you shouldn’t save your silver bullet, writing endings, and managing recurring tasks. Also, some thoughts on finances for authors who live entirely on their writing income.

The Dar Williams song I mention is Flinty Kind of Woman and you can listen here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfB4vNq9gCs)

First Cup of Coffee – September 17, 2020: I’m talking about POV today and why 3rd Person isn’t more “mature” than 1st Person. I’m also looking for help on titling my next series if you all have input!

The blog post on gender bias is here (https://blog.jeffekennedy.com/2020/08/12/being-aware-of-gender-bias-in-stories/)

And the More Than Paranormal online event hosted by Love’s Sweet Arrow is here (https://blog.jeffekennedy.com/2020/09/16/more-than-paranormal/)
 
Jeff and Will's big gay fiction
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 258 – John Morgan Wilson and the Return of Benjamin Justice

We celebrate the 25th anniversary of John Morgan Wilson’s “Simple Justice.” John speaks with Jeff about bringing this book, and the rest of the “Benjamin Justice Mystery Series,” back into print with ReQueered Tales. John also shares Justice’s origin story as well as what it was like to revise the book and the similarities between 1994 (when the book was first released) and now. J. Scott Coatsworth talks about the re-release of his “Liminal Sky” books as well as the new “Innovation” flash fiction anthology. We review books by Julian Winters and Brandon Witt.

The Mermaid Podcast
The Mermaid Podcast: A Mermaid’s Guide To Voting

Yay, voting! If there’s one lesson we learned from The Little Mermaid, it’s that mermaids must use their voice! Host Laura von Holt gives quick, easy information on how to register to vote, where to find your polling place and some of her favorite practices for researching issues and candidates. We hope all of our American merfolk will join us in being mers who vote! Your voice matters!

Too Stupid To Live
Too Stupid to Live: Her Wanton Wager with Lesley Tsina
Lesley Tsina RETURNS to the show to review Her Wanton Wager ($4.99) by Grace Callaway. They talk handjob gazebos, quims, and tips when entering a wanton wager.
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