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!
Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: 450. Dragons on the Sex Planet with Shani and Bridget from Romance at a Glance
This week I am joined by Shani and Bridget from the Romance at a Glance podcast! We talk about their current season, where they’re focusing on dark romances, and about podcasting.
Then, we talk about a book. For this episode, we all read Draekon Mate: Exiled to the Prison Planet.
Bodice Tipplers: The Leopard Tree by Valerie Parv
You guys. We have done it. We have finally gone so far down the rabbit hole of vintage romance that we have found one that is not on Goodreads . Welcome to The Leopard Tree by Valerie Parv, reigning queen of Australian romance! There’s a UFO! It’s Australia! He’s a… he’s an ex-military rodeo bronco buster and she makes ugly jewelry and has an awful fiancé and she’d like to pretend that he’s from outer space but really there’s a sad and sordid little crime story! I dunno, all crammed into fewer than 200 pages!
Too Stupid to Live: Matzah Ball Surprise with Josh Weiner
Surprise! It’s a Matzah Ball! And a NEW episode of TSTL! Josh Weiner returns to discuss the Passover romance (yes, you read that correctly, PASSOVER), “Matzah Ball Surprise” ($2.99.)
My Imaginary Friends: Structured & Steadfast
Flat character arcs and more on story structure.
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: March 19, 2021
A bit about openings today, what they need to include and how to make that precious real estate count. Also, how structure and plot arc can vary from book to book, along with thoughts on a series arc.
First Cup of Coffee – March 22, 2021: A cat photobomb today – and subsequent podcaster injury. Also how same cat had a major jailbreak, spring garden cleanup, and why I sometimes (often?) make choices that aren’t the best businesswise.
First Cup of Coffee -March 23, 2021:On good advice and bad for writing sex scenes, books and movies I recommend for research, along with a request for your recs! Also how Grace Draven and I prove, yet again, that we really are Wondertwins.
First Cup of Coffee – March 25, 2021: Why there’s no such thing as original work, how this is a misguided idea and not something to worry about – just like you can’t accidentally plagiarized anything. You can’t steal ideas anymore than you can steal oxygen.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 296 – N.R. Walker Gets “Bossy”
N.R. Walker joins us to talk about her latest book, “Bossy.” In addition, we discuss “Throwing Hearts,” which is this month’s Big Gay Fiction Book Club selection, and the continuation of her “Imago” Series that was released earlier this year. In addition, the guys congratulate the authors who are finalists in the gay romance category for the 2021 Lambda Literary Awards.
Episode 297 – Big Gay Fiction Book Club March 2021: “Throwing Hearts” by N.R. Walker: They guys take a moment to celebrate the one year anniversary of the Big Gay Fiction Book Club. This month, Jeff & Will talk about the charming, pottery-themed romance Throwing Hearts by N.R. Walker.
What Would Danbury Do: 24.5 Nipples & Junk: The Costumes of Bridgerton
In this bonus episode we welcome Hilary Davidson — dress, textiles and fashion historian and curator and the author of Dress in the Age of Jane Austen.
– The corset myth
– A really bosommy time
– Tasteful bad taste
– Traffic cones, but make it fashion
– The logistics of public sex in regency-wear
The SSR Podcast: Episode 138: Both Sides of Time (with Tirzah Price)
Have you ever wanted to travel through time? Have you ever suspected that some era gone by might be a happier time period than the one you’re living in? If so, you’re not alone! Annie Lockwood — the protagonist of Caroline B. Cooney’s Both Sides of Time — is right there with you, and on Episode 138, Alli and her guest take a close look at her story, which is the first installment in Cooney’s Time Travelers Quartet. Tune in to find out if Annie’s time travel expectations are met… and if this 1995 novel holds up under a 2021 lens.