Weekend Podcast Guide: Sports Love 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: 472. Fantasy and Historical Recs Plus Behind-The Scenes with Amanda & Sarah

Amanda and I are back talking about recommendations, snacks, candy, and more! Sue asks about the behind-the-scenes part of running the website as a business, Ellen is looking for some recs to ease the wait for the next Tessa Dare novel, and recs for fantasy that avoid the problem of Too Much Plot/Not Enough Kissing.

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Lit Wallflowers: The Bareknuckle Bastards – Brazen and the Beast with @kissandletmetellyou

It is the Year of Hattie in Sarah MacLean’s Brazen and the Beast!

Hattie wanted to begin her nine and twentieth year with her ruination, however Savior Whittington (aka Beast) had to be disposed of from her carriage first.

From his first kiss with Hattie, Beast was ruined and, after a little tuck-and-roll, he interrupted the plans of the too perfect a lady for him. Hattie’s ruination had to take a rain check, but it would be rectified with someone too perfect (of preference) for her.

In the meantime, Hattie was working towards inheriting her father’s shipping business, while Beast did what he had to do to keep her safe from his brother’s vengeance. Beast and Hattie may have betrayed or blackmailed each other, yet it was clear that they would fight to keep each other safe no matter what. Join us as we discuss a brazen boss lady and a bespectacled beast.

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Honestly?!: Episode #184 – They Do Be Swangin’

On this week’s episode we’re talking about Loki, A Touch of Jen by Beth Morgan, The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas, Drew Monson’s return to the internet, the never ending saga between Trisha Paytas and Ethan Klein, and more!

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You Might Be Wondering How We Got Here: NOAH Vol II: Issue 2 – The Scoop

This week our heroes close out the case of the near-cataclysmic destruction of the Mirror City Dam! But there seems to be something more dastardly afoot… Onward heroes!

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: August 20, 2021

A shout out to L. Penelope on the release of REQUIEM OF SILENCE. Also repairing Grace Draven’s rep and a discussion of process types and why pre-plotting and outlining isn’t the only or even best way to write a book.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 329 – Hockey Players in Love with Rachel Reid

Author Rachel Reid joins us to talk about the “Game Changers” series. She shares what got her started writing the series, how she decides the type of guy to pair her hockey players with, and what’s still to come for the next book in the series. Rachel also discusses how writing about hockey when she was 12 set her on the path to becoming the author she is today. We also get some excellent book recs too.

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The Misfits Guide to Writing Indie Romance: Kindle Vella with Audrey Carlan

The folks over at Amazon have a brand new story platform and this week we have bestselling author Audrey Carlan to tell us all about it!

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K-Bae: Love Alarm s2 ep4 – Sky Captain and the World of Gay “Elsewhere”

This week we watched Love Alarm season 2 episode 4. Robby is just a holy shipper, Michael thinks that’s some kinky shit they did on live radio, and we give our thoughts on Jungle Cruise’s “”Elsewhere”” moment.

Love Alarm s2 ep5 – Can’t Spell “Robin” without “Bi”: This week we watched Love Alarm season 2 episode 5. Robby opens a snow cone shack, Michael takes a left turn into DC comics, and we found a way to bring back Pink Kryptonite.

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The SSR Podcast: Episode 159: Number the Stars (with Hannah Howard)

As far as transformational books written for young readers go, Lois Lowry’s Number the Stars certainly tops the list. On Episode 159, Alli and her guest explore the many reasons why this 1990 Newbery Medal winner has made such a major impact on so many lives, as well as the reasons its been dubbed a key part of Holocaust education for kids. They discuss what they learned about World War II while reading this book as adults, marvel at Lois Lowry’s ability to write both suspense and sentiment, chat about how to have respect for young readers when writing for them, and fangirl over their new favorite kid lit parents.

Returning guest Hannah Howard is the author of Plenty: A Memoir of Food and Family and Feast: True Love in and Out of the Kitchen. Follow her on Instagram (@hannahmhoward) and Twitter (@hannahhoward).

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