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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: 454. Anchored Hearts and Appetites with Priscilla Oliveras

Amanda and I talk food, Key West, more food, writing bilingual characters, family drama, food, baseball, and writing with Priscilla Oliveras. Her latest book, Anchored Hearts, is out now, and there is SO much to discuss. This book made Amanda full on sob, and we have a really good time talking to Priscilla about it (don’t worry – no spoilers!).

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What Would Danbury Do: Like a Virgin

After the intensity of An Affair of Honour, this episode has a lot of feelings: Simon feels guilty, the Queen feels annoyed, Violet feels flustered, Marina feels triumphant, and by the end, Daphne is left feeling the burn. Do we? Find out.

Featuring:

– A Prince Among (Otherwise Toxic) Men

– Insomnia

– Two Hangover Cures

– An Audience with the Queen

– Misunderstandenings

– A Burning Declaration

Losing it: An Interview about Virginity (Bonus Ep): In this bonus episode Dr Jodi McAlister joins Adele to talk power, purity, and (un)punctured hymens — that’s right it’s time to talk virginity and virginity loss.

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Honestly!?: #167 – Just Shut Up And Find Jack Black Attractive

On this week’s episode we’re talking about the new Greta Van Fleet album, the books we’ve been reading, Jeff Wittek’s YouTube docuseries, Gabbie Hanna’s latest outburst on social media, Demi Lovato’s feud with sugar-free cookies, the current mid-size “trend” on TikTok, and more!

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My Imaginary Friends: Romance Forward
Ensuring plot meets romance.

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: April 16, 2021

Today is a special anniversary of my younger self. A bit about ramping up into writing a book by giving yourself room to perambulate. Also, the business of publishing and evaluating money now vs money later.

First Cup of Coffee – April 19, 2021: THE SORCERESS QUEEN AND THE PIRATE ROGUE is out today! I’m giving you an inside look at one pivotal scene. Also, some advice for writers of all career levels on how to behave – and not – at other author’s events.

First Cup of Coffee – April 20, 2021: Language is the topic for today – from the haunting homonym errors to “modern language” in fantasy stories. Does it really “pull you out of the story”? Also a bit on foul language and why that’s something readers complain about.

First Cup of Coffee – April 22, 2021: Happy Earth Day! I’m talking about why I don’t believe in conspiracy theories (people just aren’t that clever), getting into the rhythm of drafting again, how my views of travel have changed, and RWA’s summer retreat.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 303 – Author Anna Zabo Writes Feel Good BDSM

Anna Zabo talks about “Cinnamon Roll,” their installment in the “Bold Brew” shared universe series. They share the origins of Max and Tom and how they wanted to write a BDSM story that was full of kindness. Anna also shares what’s coming up for them later this year, including some much anticipated sequels. Plus they have some book recommendations. Jeff & Will congratulate the finalists of the Romance Writers of America Vivian Award, including two authors of m/m romance: LaQuette and Philip William Stover.

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Rebel Girls Book Club: Barbie Chang Got Her Hair Done: Unpacking racism toward Asians and Pacific Islanders

This week we read the poem “Barbie Chang Got Her Hair Done,” by Victoria Chang. We also bring on a couple of friends, Amery and Angelica, to talk about racism toward Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States.

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The Mermaid Podcast: The International Mermaid Museum

The newly opened International Mermaid Museum in Aberdeen, Washington blends mermaid mythology and ocean ecology education. Kim Roberts, the founder and visionary behind The Mermaid Museum and the Westport Winery, shares about the various mermaid and ocean science exhibits, the inspiration behind the museum, and how it came together thanks to a special pod –- or “gossip” –– of mermaids.

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The SSR Podcast: Episode 142: Best Friends for Never (The Clique #2) (with Frannie + Sophie from Girls Like Us Pod)

On Episode 142, Alli has her second-ever experience with Lisi Harrison’s The Clique series — more specifically, the second book in the series, Best Friends for Never. She and her guests discuss everything from teen confidence and dress codes to co-ed parties and how hard it is to discern the age of the girls in the Pretty Committee.

Frannie Comstock and Sophie Krueger host the Girls Like Us podcast, which covers The Clique and other YA books. Each episode asks the question What does a literature degree get you? and answers it with, “A podcast about books for teen girls.” Listen on your favorite podcatcher and follow the show on Instagram (@girlslikeusshow) and Twitter (@GirlsLikeUsShow).

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