Weekend Podcast Guide: Sweet Dreams

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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: 490. Sweet Dreams Romance Recap: California Girl by Janet Quin-Harkin

It’s time to recap Sweet Dreams #6, California Girl by Janet Quin-Harkin, also known as Rhys Bowen! Jennie is a swimmer with her eyes on the Olympics, and Mark is a grumpy loner on crutches who sketches Jennie one day in the cafeteria.

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Kingdom of Thirst: Episode 66: Bodacious Booksellers: The Christmas Treeage

It should surprise no one to hear that the first episode (mostly) post-holiday season is a hot mess. Abigail, booksellers Kat and Ali, and a lot of wine go into making this one a real whopper. Forgive the sound quality, grab your grapefruit, and get ready to experience the unhinged reality of a bookstore’s holiday season in this week’s bonkers episode!

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Honestly!?: Episode #199 – Spiritually We Are YouTubers

On this week’s episode we’re talking about the holidays, the new season of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Suicide Squad (2021), the long-awaited wedding of Trisha Paytas and Moses Hacmon, and more!

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: December 17, 2021

My crazy day yesterday – one where I don’t think I ever got ON my pillow – and various publishing crises. Also how I’m a “red car” kind of gal married to a gearhead, and other life challenges.

First Cup of Coffee – December 20, 2021: Thoughts on life, the madwoman in the attic, and everything. Also predictions on where traditional publishing is going, continuing pandemic ripple effects, and how self-publishing can be the thing that saves us.

First Cup of Coffee – December 21, 2021: A two-parter today because I messed up the podcast, getting all excited about cliffs in Ireland.

First Cup of Coffee – December 27, 2021: A report on my holidays, along with a new pair of earrings and a bonus necklace! I’m also going to spend this week on why it’s beneficial to track your wordcount and other metrics. Today: be like a scientist!

First Cup of Coffee – December 28, 2021: Continuing my series on tracking your productivity and why I think it’s super important for both traditionally published and self-published authors. I delve a bit more into the metrics I track and why.

First Cup of Coffee – December 30, 2021: How to ensure that setting goals isn’t “setting yourself up for failure, more on our relationship with observing ourselves with compassion and scientific distance, and what this has to do with knife-throwing.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 352 – Jay and Lisa’s 2021 Favorites

Jay from Joyfully Jay and Lisa from the Novel Approach discuss three of their favorite books from 2021, including titles by David R. Slayton, S.E. Harmon, Freya Marske, Lily Morton, M.A. Grant, and Layla Reyne. Lisa and Jay also share a favorite holiday read, and a book they’re looking forward to in the new year.

Episode 353 – Big Gay Fiction Book Club December 2021: “A Boyfriend for Christmas” by Jay Northcote: Jeff & Will discuss the virgin meets tattooed bad boy holiday romance “A Boyfriend for Christmas” by Jay Northcote. As always, in our book club chat there are spoilers ahead so keep that in mind if you haven’t read the book yet. Make sure you keep listening after our discussion to hear the third chapter of the audiobook, narrated by Hamish Long.

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The SSR Podcast: Episode 174: Listenersode #3!

Happy holidays and happy (almost) new year!

To wrap up 2021, we’re once again inviting SSR listeners to join the fun on the show! Listeners share about their favorite childhood books, the books the pod has ruined for them (sorry!), the books they’ve discovered from SSR, the books they’d most liked to see adapted for film or TV, and so much more.

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