Welcome to episode 22 of the Lesbian Book Club with UK author Clare Lydon as she interviews fellow Brit Clare Ashton, best known for the award-winning "After Mrs Hamilton", as well as her rom-coms "That Certain Something" and "Poppy Jenkins". Clare talks about her writing process, writing about her beloved Wales, finding new words to describe breasts for her boob-obsessed character, Poppy Jenkins, and running the popular UK Lesfic blog. Clare Lydon also does a run-down of the Amazon Lesbian Fiction charts in the US & UK, as well as talking about the latest in her All I Want series, "All I Want For Summer", out now! Get in touch and let Clare know who you'd like on the podcast! email@example.com
Oh, come on, there is nothing like having a few drinks and really unleashing your PMS wrath on a podcast. So, here we have a very drunk Heather and a "dealing with it" Nicole, as they cover the things that have them miffed this month, not barring a little bit of politics, but really digging into things like people who leave their carts in the parking lot, construction on a two lane highway, and my favorite, having to take a crap right after you've showered. Yeah. They went THERE. Follow the girls on Twitter at @Puss_Cast and tweet them some things that get you riled up!
Well, hello there, all of you out there in Listener Land! Just a quick update, not without a little political spewing (because how can we avoid it, really?) but also with some LGBTQ high level overviews covering the weeks and months past and a few personal notes. The music you'll hear is from Broadway Voices and you can buy the songs and remixes on Itunes. It's been a lovely yet brief catch-up! You can follow me on Twitter @LesbianLounge or you can read my blog American Lez In London or just keep on subscribing to our feed right here and get all the newest shows/podcasts.
Buckle up for a super fun chat with one of the most well known OUT comedians of our time- Suzanne Westenhoefer! You've seen her on HBO, you've seen her at any given queer nightclub or venue at some point in your out life. I know you have. Today, we get to talk about the earlier years, material, what it's like to be a comic right now, with all that's going on in the world and more. So, tune in and have a peek behind the curtain. You can follow Suzanne on Twitter at @SzWest1 and follow @LesbianLounge for show info and links from MyLesbianRadio.com
Welcome to episode 21 of the Lesbian Book Club with UK author Clare Lydon as she interviews US best-seller Nancy-Ann Healy who’s released a slew of novels under her own name including "Intersection" and "Betrayal", along with three best-selling series under her alias J.A. Armstrong ("By Design", "Special Delivery" and "Off Screen"). Nancy tells us about her former life as a stand-up & playwright, how she writes so consistently, as well as revealing her karaoke tune! Clare also does a run-down of the Amazon Lesbian Fiction charts in the US & UK, as well as doing revealing the winners of the prestigious Goldie Awards, given out at the recent GCLS convention in Washington DC. Get in touch and let Clare know who you'd like on the podcast! firstname.lastname@example.org
Heather and Nicole are on the rag again! But with just cause, really, with everything that's been going. The girls unleash about everything on their minds from Trump, Orlando, Brexit, Pride and pretty much the world as we know it. And for all you listeners out there, just know that Denise has not received any boob, anal bleaching or twat pics in her email regardless of how much Heather encourages you to send them. So, that's a good thing! Love Wins again!
Welcome to Episode 20 of The Lesbian Book Club with best-selling U.K. author Clare Lydon as she interviews US lesfic author Jove Belle ("Cake", "The Job", "Uncommon Romance"). Jove is a writer and editor, as well as one of the founders of the famed lesfic blog Women & Words. She tells us about her writing process, how she's happy writing romance, erotica and political stories, plus all about her new Bitterroot series. Clare then gives a run-down of the Amazon lesbian fiction charts for the U.S. and the U.K, reveals the Lambda Literary winners, as well as sharing what she's been up to, including the release of her new romance Nothing To Lose. Get in touch with Clare and let her know who you'd like as a guest on the show: email@example.com
Finally! The second episode of "Funny Business: The Women of Stand Up Comedy" is here and it's a doozie! Join your host Denise of The Lesbian Lounge from MyLesbianRadio as she chats to not one -but TWO extremely successful women in the field of Stand Up Comedy: Jennie McNulty and Vickie Shaw- together on the show as they get ready to hit the east coast. We'll discuss the prep, the material, the behind the scenes stuff like bookings, agents, managers and how family and relationships come into play. It's a funny business, this comedy stuff! Plenty more coming your way soon, and until then- enjoy this show and share the love!
Heather and Nicole of The Puss-Cast Podcast are back with another monthly PMS-induced rant fest! This time, they go off on the medieval bathroom laws and the panic they're causing, plus pompous weathermen, office co-workers and more. So, spark a doob, or grab a beer or whatever you need to remain chilled and pop these two lesbionic nut cases in your holes. EAR holes. Let's not get crazy. Have a fun and safe holiday weekend, from MyLesbianRadio.com Follow us on Twitter @LesbianLounge and @Puss_Cast
Welcome to Episode 19 of The Lesbian Book Club with best-selling U.K. author Clare Lydon as she interviews US lesfic writer Georgia Beers ("Rescued Heart", "A Little Bit Of Spice", "Zero Visibility"). Georgia is a huge name in lesfic land with 14 novels released so far, and many more to come, including the next in her "Puppy Love" romance series. Georgia reveals the inspiration behind some of her best-loved books and characters, as well as telling us about her writing process and how she tried but failed to develop a love of beer. Clare also gives a run-down of the Amazon lesbian fiction charts for the U.S. and the U.K. as well as sharing what she's been up to, including the release of her All I Want series boxset, and her new book Nothing To Lose, due out in June. Get in touch with Clare and let her know who you'd like as a guest on the show: firstname.lastname@example.org