Weekend Podcast Guide: Titanic, Recaps 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: 444. The Wife in the Attic: All Things Gothic and More with Rose Lerner

Rose Lerner has a new Audible exclusive audiobook out this week, The Wife in the Attic. It’s a f/f retelling of Jane Eyre (I just heard a whole bunch of you one-click to buy) and fear not, the ebook will be released later this year. In this episode, Rose and I chat about the differences between Gothic and historical romances, and why (and when) Gothics surge in popularity. We also talk about the subgenre I’m calling “Earl Had to Die,” and about Rose’s adoration of the Raffles books.

Plus, stay tuned for a sample of The Wife in the Attic!

Couples Talking Couples Podcast
Couple’s Talking Couples: Titanic

Tell us your heart will go on and paint us like one of your French girls because this week Ashley and Ryan are diving into the movie classic “Titanic.” Discussion topics include timing your kisses for iceberg collisions, the movie crimes of James Cameron, and keeping your cool to impress your crush as a boat sinks.

The Shipping Room
The Shipping Room: Episode 158: What We’re Reading with Jacki Pytlik

Tamar is off this week, and Christine is joined by Jacki Pytlik (Sipping Sisters Podcast!) to talk about one of their favorite topics… what they’re reading! Listen as we discuss books Admisson, Truly Madly Royally, One Day in December, The Dating Plan, You Had Me at Hola, The Ex Talk, and many, many more. Your TBR list will be PACKED after this episode!

Click here for where to listen.

Tea and Strumpets Podcast
Tea & Strumpets: 071 – Bridgerton S1 E4 Recap – An Affair of Honor with Vanessa Riley!

We’re halfway through our Bridgerton recap so it was high time to bring in a regency expert – historical fiction and regency romance author Vanessa Riley! We chat all about the cast diversity, why Queen Charlotte is a BA, and also fan easter eggs throughout the series.

Click here for where to listen.

First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: February 5, 2021, 2021

I’m celebrating #FaRoFeb today, and giving a tour of my books and bookshelves, along with a short history of my writing career and Fantasy Romance as a genre. Also announcing that THE GOLDEN GRYPHON AND THE BEAR PRINCE is on sale today through Monday for only .99cents!

First Cup of Coffee – February 9, 2o21: What to do when the well runs dry (and other analogies for writer’s block). Also news on print copies of THE GOLDEN GRYPHON AND THE BEAR PRINCE, love for DARK WIZARD and why I didn’t post yesterday.

First Cup of Coffee – February 10, 2o21:The importance of daily practice – as advised by a concert pianist – and how schedule and routine disruptions can derail us. Also, yes, I’m wearing my glasses.

First Cup of Coffee – February 11, 2o21:The importance of setting the stakes in the first act of a story, what happens when that fails to happen, and thoughts on The Matrix.

Jeff and Will's big gay fiction
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 287 – Reviews: Philip William Stover, Merry Farmer, Everina Maxwell, Slade James, Adam Silvera
Jeff & Will review “The Beautiful Things Shoppe” by Philip William Stover, “Rendezvous in Paris” by Merry Farmer, “Winter’s Orbit” by Everina Maxwell, “Grumpy Bear” by Slade James, and “Infinity Son” by Adam Silvera. The guys also recommend some TV and movies they’ve recently enjoyed: new movie “Breaking Fast” and the Netflix series “Gameboys.”
SSR Podcast
The SSR Podcast: Episode 132: The Watsons Go to Birmingham – 1963 (with Renée Hicks)

On Episode 132, Alli and her guest Renée road trip through Christopher Paul Curti’s award-winning novel The Watsons Go to Birmingham – 1963. They talk about how the book portrays bullying, family, masculinity, race, and mental health, and the ways in which it was ahead of its time in many ways!

Renée Hicks is the book lover behind the Book Girl Magic community, a book club that celebrates black women authors and seeks to bring people together through reading. Follow Book Girl Magic on Instagram (@book_girl_magic) and Twitter (@bookgirlmagic).

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