Nerdy Romantics Podcast Show Notes

Show Notes for episodes of the Nerdy Romantics Podcast

Differently-abled, same Love (“Who Gets an HEA?”)

In our new mini-series, “Who Gets an HEA”,  that showcases romances with marginalized heroes and heroines, episode 16 has romances that feature differently-abled main characters. Y. M. Nelson and Nerdy Romantics Dana and Staci along with new Nerdy Romantic Jen recommend several romance novels that showcase people finding love whether they are deaf, or disfigured, …

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Black Love Rocks! Black Romance Book recs (“Who Gets an HEA?”)

In our new mini-series, “Who Gets an HEA”,  that showcases romances with marginalized heroes and heroines, episode 13 has romances that feature Black main characters. Y. M. Nelson and Nerdy Romantics Marcie and Staci along with new Nerdy Romantic Jen recommend several romance novels that showcase the wonderfulness that’s Black Love. What’s even better? These …

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Book chat: One to Watch by Kate Stayman-London

Episode twelve starts a new mini-series, “Who Gets an HEA”,  that showcases romances with marginalized heroes and heroines. Y. M. Nelson and Nerdy Romantics Marcie and Staci along with honorary Nerdy Romantic Pam talk about the book One to Watch by Kate Stayman-London. While this book was chosen as an example of why plus-sized women should get …

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DCTV Review: The Flash Won

On episode eleven, author Y. M. Nelson introduces a miniseries titled “DCTV and DCU reviews” where she reviews current TV shows and movies with DC Comics superheroes. Here, she talks about her love/hate relationship with The Flash TV series airing on The CW.

I review the Matrix Resurrections Trailer!

On episode 9 of the Nerdy Romantics Podcast, author Y. M. Nelson talks impressions, points out Easter Eggs, and generally nerds out about the new Matrix movie, The Matrix Resurrections (Warner Brothers, 2021).  This is only from seeing the trailer, not reading or watching any commentary. Not even looking at the IMDB page for the movie.