Romance and women's fiction author Y. M. Nelson discusses the nerdy - superheroes, sci-fi and fantasy, and nerdy pop culture; and romantic - romance novels, romantic movies, and romance tropes she loves. We'll review books, TV, and movies; interview authors, and see who does what romance and nerdy pop culture tropes best.
On episode seven, Y. M. Nelson and Nerdy Romantics Marcie, Dana, and Staci talk about a new TV series on Netflix called The One. The series is based off the novel by John Marrs. We look at both the nerdy and the romantic sides of this series, which combines both of those elements, plus a mysterious death mystery that helps unfold the story behind the main characters.
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In part 2 of the Nerdy Romantics chat about Netflix's Bridgerton, Y. M. Nelson talks with Nerdy Romantics Dana, Staci (also permanent guests of the L-5 podcast), and Marcie about the wonderful characters and the funny scenes they loved about the show.
The Bridgerton series is based off a romance novel series by Julia Quinn.
Episode 6.1 of the Nerdy Romantics Podcast chats with the panel--this time about the historical romance Netflix TV series Bridgerton! We discuss how we found the show and tackle two of the social media controversies about the show: the "historical accuracy" and the sex. Nerdy Romantic Marcie joins Staci and Dana (permanent guests of the L-5 Podcast on YouTube) in part 1 of this show chat.
Bridgerton is based on the romance...
Nerdy Romantics Podcast gets a group discussion going on Episode 5, which looks at the novel Rock the Curves by Twyla Turner. In this book review and discussion, Y. M. Nelson is joined by fellow Nerdy Romantics readers Dana from YouTube's L-5 Podcast and Staci to review what they liked...and didn't like about the interracial romance novel with a plus-sized heroine.
Author Y. M. Nelson talks Star Trek: Picard, episode 7 in part 2 of the review of the show. She discusses poignant Easter Eggs, timelines, and … a Gormagander? Also discussed: things that bug her. Like fire in space. Weird.
In Part 1, Author Y. M. Nelson talks Star Trek: Picard, Season 1: background on the moment she decided to watch and Easter Eggs she found cool from Episode 5 of the newest series in the Star Trek franchise. (Part 1 of 2)
Y. M. Nelson talks fan love, being plus-sized and being a sidekick while reviewing women's fiction novel Big Summer by Jennifer Weiner.
Y. M. Nelson, romance and women's fiction author and host, talks about her first audiobook listening experience--More Than Crave You by Shayla Black. Y. M. Nelson talks about what makes this romance audiobook series a great one to listen to: namely Christian Fox, narrator.
My Goodreads review of More Than Crave You
Fun Friday Reviews are available on my website https://ymnelson.com
Where did Y. M. Nelson come up with the Nerdy Romantics Podcast? What is this all about? How much of a trekkie can a romance author be, anyway? All of these questions and more answered in Episode 3. We talk superheroes, Star Trek, romance novels and romcoms.
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