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: 436. Saying Goodbye to 2020 With Ellen, Elyse, and Tara!
The SBTB team is gathering in groups across many time zones to look back at the books, shows, and other essentials that got us through 2020, and to look ahead to 2021. Everyone brings a question to ask, so in this episode, Ellen, Elyse, Tara, and I talk books, Quarantimes, zoom exhaustion, and coping methods – and I stumble upon a potential new, unexplored fanfic.
Couple’s Talking Couples: The Preacher’s Wife
Fall down from heaven and sabotage a child’s Christmas pageant because this week Ashley and Ryan are diving into the Whitney Houston holiday classic “The Preacher’s Wife.” Discussion topics include: the difference between and angel and a pick up artist, what it would take for Ashley to fall for an angel, and several bizarre angelic innuendos.
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: December 11, 2020
Why it’s important to learn what YOUR process is and own it, plus a bit on keeping sane in an insane world, using pennames, and updates on new books!
First Cup of Coffee – December 14, 2020: A bit more on what “not making it in trad publishing” does and doesn’t mean, along with some inside information on what’s not always clear to the reading public. Also adventures in trying to buy books.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 274 – The Creative World of Narrator Sean Crisden
With more than 10 years of experience as an audiobook narrator, Sean Crisden has voiced a number of books and series from authors like TJ Klune, RJ Scott, Adriana Herrera and countless others. Sean talks with Jeff about how he got his start, what he loves about romances and who some of his favorite characters are. Sean also shares how he keeps his creative well full, and that he just might have a romance of his own in the works.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 275 – A Very Gay Holiday in Movies & Books: Jeff & Will have a lot of holiday goodness in this review packed episode. They kick it off with the gay Christmas movies, Lifetime’s “The Christmas Setup” and Paramount Network’s “Dashing in December.” In books, Will reviews “Fake Boyfriend for Christmas” by Sean Ashcroft, “Operation Fake Relationship” by Jay Northcote and two titles from E.J. Russell, “The Probability of Mistletoe” and “A Swants Soiree.” In addition to the holiday merriment, the guys talk about the just released Netflix film “The Prom.”
It’s the final ~official~ episode of 2020, and Alli and her guests are turning their attention to Pam Muñoz Ryan’s 2000 middle grade novel, Esperanza Rising. This beautiful, meaningful book touches on themes of immigration, family, race, class, mental health, the patriarchy, privilege, and so much more. Don’t miss out on this 2020 grand finale, featuring a very special, award-winning book.
Check out Marci and Ako’s bi-weekly podcast, the Colored Pages Book Club. Follow the show on Instagram (@thesecoloredpages) and Twitter (@TheColoredPages).