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CinemAbysmal: The Podcast – Episode 40: Troll 2 with Eric & Nadine!

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Welcome to Episode 40 of CinemAbysmal: The Podcast, where contributors of CinemAbysmal.com talk about what society would consider some of the worst of the worst media out there.

While Nick takes a creative break, Dylan and Holly welcome back Eric and Nadine to guest with us on Troll 2, the worst movie ever made. We of course also get sidetrack and talk a lot about Homeward Bound and all the VH1 shows of the early 2000s (Rock of Love, Charm School, Flavor of Love, etc.).

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CinemAbysmal: The Podcast – Episode 39: The Mermaid & Kung Fu Hustle

Welcome to Episode 39 of CinemAbysmal: The Podcast, where contributors of CinemAbysmal.com talk about what society would consider some of the worst of the worst media out there. This week, we discuss the Stephen Chow films The Mermaid and Kung Fu Hustle, and Dylan softly gripes about Dark Phoenix while Holly explains what went wrong with Game of Thrones! Check it out in our BIO! As always, please SHARE, RATE, AND SUBSCRIBE!

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JUST F ALREADY PODCAST – EPISODE 12: THE MINOTAUR’S KISS BY ERIN ST. CHARLES

Yo and Holly read The Minotaur’s Kiss, a BWWM paranormal romance by Erin St. Charles. You can buy it for only $3.99 on Amazon. Also, we have a full mini interview with Erin below.

We also figure out on the pod that Yo is in love, we love women characters who eat food and respect themselves, and we have a fondness for guys who turn into animals sometimes. Whatever, no shame.

The next book we are reading is RAFE: A Buff Male Nanny (Loose Ends Book 1) by Rebekah Weatherspoon. It’s only $4.99 and you can buy it here.

If you have a recommendation for what we should read next leave us an iTunes review, a comment on our Instagram, write to us on facebook or @ us on Twitter.

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Our Interview with Erin St. Charles!

JustFAlready: Who is your favorite romance author?

Erin St. Charles: OH GOD! That would be like picking my favorite child! There are a few I love. I got back into reading romance with Kristen Ashley, although I don’t read her much anymore. Theodora Taylor is probably my favorite indie author right now. Shelley Laurenston is my favorite paranormal author. Her stories are hilarious!

JustFAlready: What made you first want to write paranormal romance?

Erin St. Charles: Whenever I try to write a contemporary romance, my characters wind up being secret shifters, or conjure women, or succubi, or maybe genetically engineered super soldiers. I think the real world just doesn’t interest me. 😀

JustFAlready: Where do you draw inspiration from?

Erin St. Charles: My stories tend to be about social issues and the overarching theme that everyone deserves love. I’m a woman of color, and my late father had marched with Dr. King back in the day, so my stories tend to draw on minority experiences which, at the end of the day, is what shifter stories tend to be about.

JustFAlready: Do you self publish? What do you love about self publishing?

Erin St. Charles:I do self-publish, and I love it! I like the immediate gratification of writing something, getting it edited, having the covers made, the whole nine yards. My background is corporate marketing communications and promotions, and I have fun with the marketing aspects of indie publishing.

JustFAlready: Favorite Star Trek character?

Erin St. Charles: This is complicated. I have seen all the movies and shows. My favorite characters (in no particular order) are: Captain Sisko, Major Kira, Spock, Worf, 7 of 9, Captain Picard, Michael Burnham, and Tucker from “Enterprise.” Tucker influenced Bubba Cermak, a fan favorite from my series.

JUST F ALREADY PODCAST – EPISODE 11: DAWN’S AWAKENING BY LORA LEIGH

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Yo and Holly try to talk about this book, but get into a more serious discussion about sexual assault in romance literature. This episode could be triggering so keep that in mind when listening.

As serious as we can get, we also have a good fun time with this one too! We aint all doom and gloom. So come on it, settle down and we’ll get into the weird world of people that have animal DNA and mate humans. Or something.

If you want to follow along with us, we will be back next month reading The Minotaur’s Kiss, a BWWM paranormal romance by Erin St. Charles.

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JUST F ALREADY PODCAST – EPISODE 10: THE WRONG HERO BY NANCY BROPHY

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Welcome to the 10th episode of  CinemAbysmal Radio produced “Just F Already”! Holly Hill and Yoli Banos get together once a month to discuss a trashy romance book and get a lot R-rated with you.

We take a moment to read a book about a husband who gets murdered, written by a woman who just got convicted for murdering her husband!

It’s really bad ya’ll so get ready for THE WRONG HERO by NANCY ‘I MURDERED MY HUSBAND IRL’ BROPHY!

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CinemAbysmal: The Podcast – Episode 34: Movies That Scared Us As Kids

Welcome to Episode 34 of CinemAbysmal: The Podcast, where contributors of CinemAbysmal.com talk about what society would consider some of the worst of the worst media out there. This week, Nick fucked up and watched Watership Down instead of The Dark Crystal, so we discussed four movies that scared us as children instead of three. By the way, they’re all still pretty fucked up. Check it out on all your favorite apps below! As always, please SHARE, RATE, AND SUBSCRIBE!

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CinemAbysmal: The Podcast – Episode 34: Movies That Scared Us As Kids

Welcome to Episode 34 of CinemAbysmal: The Podcast, where contributors of CinemAbysmal.com talk about what society would consider some of the worst of the worst media out there. This week, Nick fucked up and watched Watership Down instead of The Dark Crystal, so we discussed four movies that scared us as children instead of three. By the way, they’re all still pretty fucked up. Check it out on all your favorite apps below! As always, please SHARE, RATE, AND SUBSCRIBE!

iTunes –https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cinemabysmal/id1153464020?mt=2

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Google Play Music –https://play.google.com/music/m/Irjld24rxpsi22hdnugilmxh57u?t=CinemAbysmal

Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=128435&refid=asa

Spreaker http://www.spreaker.com/show/cinemabysmals-show

You can also find us on BeyondPod! Just search forCinemAbysmal.