Although podcasting's primary form is in audio, I believe the information on Shelf Love should be available for all. Podcasts don't work for everyone, for lots of reasons, so my goal is to create transcripts for every episode. Here's which episodes have transcripts, and where you can find them.
I'm proud to collaborate with my local independent bookstore, Copper Dog Books, for Bookstore Romance Day 2020. I virtually sat down with co-owner - and resident romance fan - Julie Karaganis to discuss why and how Copper Dog Books is welcoming romance readers.
In episode 51, Hannah Hearts Romance - who is a mental health professional by day and romance reader by night - helped me unpack the trauma presented in The Rakess by Scarlett Peckham. Unfortunately therapy wasn't an option in the late 18th century, and although we have much better options today, it's not always affordable or accessible for everyone due to cost. Here are some resources Hannah suggest for low-cost therapy options and alternatives to traditional therapy.
I love podcasts, so is it any surprise that I listen to so many? While I love a good romance podcast, I also think it's important to look outside my own niche for inspiration, to learn new things, and for entertainment.