Three romance writers explain it all - or at least give great advice about life, love, sex and work. Relationship on the rocks? Crushing on your best friend? Not sure how to tell your partner a secret? Ask people who write happily ever afters for a living! Dear Romance Writer is an advice podcast by romance authors Xio Axelrod, Avery Flynn, and Roan Parrish. Are they formally trained? Nope. Successful in love? Er, sometimes. But they've written over fifty romance novels, so goddamnit they will answer the hell out of letters from the lovelorn! Join Xio, Avery, and Roan as they answer all your questions about romance, relationships, and love.
Roan and Xio are joined by bestselling author, Helena Hunting. The trio tackle the bedroom dynamics of a new couple where one's favorite flavor it everything but vanilla. Plus, web quizzes: super fun or a waste of time?
Her boyfriend's ex is a shadow lurking in the corners of their relationship. Avery, Roan, Xio, and this week's guest author, Timothy Janovsky, discuss dragging toxic relationships into the light. Plus, the quartet weight the pros and cons of living alone vs co-habitation.
The always amazing Dylan Allen joins Xio, Avery and Roan to talk about a husband whose wife leaves him with the cats when she goes on vacay. A lot. Plus we discuss professional jealousy and forbidding kids to read certain books.
He has photos of his ex in his Google Drive. His girlfriend is pissed! Who's right? Who's wrong? The fabulous Kim Golden joins Xio, Roan & Avery to discuss that and the vital importance of having "Oh Honey, NO!" friends.
Best selling author Lexi Blake joins Xio, Roan and Avery when they discuss a letter from a woman whose husband doesn't see what the big deal is about posting her nudes on Reddit without her permission. Plus the unwritten rules of being a romance author.
Xio, Roan and Avery are joined by author Elizabeth Hunter on this one that takes bullshittery to a whole new level. Plus survival tips for book signing season!
Author May Peterson joins Xio, Avery & Roan to offer advice for a husband who thinks his wife's BFF has a crush on her. Does he say anything? Should he stay quiet? Plus an update from a letter writer who's wife was not happy that he had joined a romance book club! In true romance fashion, it's a happy ending, y'all!
This week Roan, Xio, and Avery are joined by romance author Nana Malone to tackle a letter about what we owe to our family and the harrowing world of child care. They also have a lively discussion about the TikTok trend of mental health self-diagnosis.
Xio and special guests Susan Scott Shelley and Chantal Mer discuss relationship boundaries and what do do when you don’t like how your best friend’s partner talks to them.
Avery, Xio, and Roan are joined by The Love Gods podcast's Tim Paige and Liam DiCosimo to answer a reader-submitted question about navigating depression and anxiety in romantic relationships. Also, Liam makes fart and lube jokes :)
What happens when your kink doesn't match up with who you want to date? Avery, Xio, and Roan discuss this and more with special guest romance author Mia Sosa!
And you think you've heard all the MIL horror stories there are. How about one who snoops through all the drawers and does not find the humor in little notes left for her to find. Plus Xio, Avery & Roan share some of the best parental advice they've gotten.
New York Times best seller Jennifer Probsts shares what trope best describes her meet cute with her husband and helps Xio, Avery & Roan offer advice to a letter writer who wants her longtime friend that's a boy to become her boyfriend
The talented and fabulous Cat Sebastian joins Xio, Avery & Roan to talk about a designer whose friend wants her to make a wedding dress for free, friend breakups and Dear Romance Writer's one year anniversary giveaway!
Best selling author Naima Simone joins Xio, Avery & Roan to help a husband in a jam with his wife who is jealous of the time he spends with his romance book club. Plus, they discuss surviving the highs and lows of a writing career.
Author Meghan Quinn joins Avery, Roan, and Xio to offer advice to a restless Empty Nester. Plus, what's the best way to say you're sorry?
Avery, Roan, and Xio are joined by author, Jayci Lee. The quartet address malicious compliance, and ponder Grindr's new profile pic parameters.
A neurodivergent letter-writer seeks help with avoiding clutter and conflict when sharing a small space. Guest Mariah Ankenman joins Xio Axelrod and Avery Flynn. Roan Parrish will be back next week!
A daughter says no baby pics on social media and dad is BIG MAD. Xio, Avery & Roan discuss the joys of dealing with family at high stress gatherings & new year's resolutions in Dear Romance Writer's last episode of the year.
Should she be upset her kids are calling their stepmom (my former BFF who had an affair with her husband) mom? Penny Reid joins Xio, Avery & Roan to discuss plus they chat about what success means in the publishing industry and life.
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Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.