17 Burst results for "Julia Quinn"
"julia quinn" Discussed on Fated Mates - A Romance Novel Podcast
"Yeah so i think some of and then you know it's really interesting. Because now she mostly races gene krenz. But even this book unlike sandra brown where all her books have been lake read title like they have the same titles. But now say sandra brown these folks when you go to amazon still say amanda quick. Well i think that's because amanda quick. It is amanda quick. I mean it's a different kind of thing than all those old. When you talk about sandra brown and rachel ryan and aaron sinclair the the other pseudonyms that she or not the other but the pseudonyms that used which she talked about a little bit in our trailblazers episode with her. Those names weren't as known as amanda quick when you find. Jd grennell has omega lightning. Strike a million times right. I mean it's j. d. Rob and nora roberts right. There's a sense of. Amanda quick has her own identity in historical rate. And so why would you gum it up by changing the name. Literally the the the the legend is an i mean. I guess it's not a legend. Because i think it's true when julia quinn chose her pen name. She chose quinn so that you will be next to quick on the shelf which is a good move very. i mean. We've all done that in another like really made a lot. Reluctant to w make omar. Sorry well as you know. We are so similar. Here's the thing though. She still writing books as amanda quick right like she has a whole new series of his recent series of historical. 's that have gorgeous covers. That are all set in like the nineteen twenties. Yeah so you know. I mean this is also. She's kind of catches legend. She's a legend mouth. And when you read this you're gonna know why. Yeah i mean so here. We are or reading ravished it's part of a series of these one word titles yes each one as leash delicious as the wrestler. Yeah there's i'm rendezvous rendezvous so you can go and read all the books in the series and you'll be glee as delighted as you were here. And i had a lot of thoughts while i was reading this that were unrelated to vassals because i feel like in so many ways this is one of those books that changed historical cz. Yes or maybe. It's not this book but this this series this time period. This woman kind of did a number on historical in a very cool way. So i want to talk about the blue stocking because i feel like harry is primordial 'bluestocking. Was this before we go. I guess into this. Was this the first..
"julia quinn" Discussed on Fated Mates - A Romance Novel Podcast
"It's something that we all sort of mean to talk about because it is sort of hetero normative and there's you know there's a lot about it that is that needs to be unpacked and i think it's a conversation that it's healthy for us to have as romance as people who talk about romance but i also acknowledged that like i love the baby in epilogue so but i also have a baby and baby so whatever. That's a personal problem. If you're now if your choice is it's your body your choice. Your marriage your choice your partnership your choice and that's all we're just trying to get at. Yeah there's a lot of books with miscarriages. Yeah i mean i. I wanted to shout out my favorite julia quinn novel. Which is the secret. Diaries of ms miranda cheever may not be miss marin achiever but secret diaries of miss of miranda cheever. There's a miscarriage in that book. That his devastating. I honestly believe that. Julia quinn's best book. It is emotional and intense and the miscarriage is so important but again. It's told through the lens of the heroine's experience and i know you have thoughts about this. We've talked about that women. If it's happening to your body your expect you own it right. yeah. I believe that i totally do. It also makes sense to me that romance with like i dunno like mine miscarriage as possible topic because it is so personal because so much of romances about about hope and in right so like exploring the ways in which women like experience failure but then like bounce back and figure out who they are after that i think that for many women and i also think you're right like it's not so it's very hard to talk about but then in a book it gives you a way to like. Have that experience right like your your with your this. Heroin becomes your friend rate. Who's going through the sa- carrion and. I think that that is something that it's a way for us to sort of collectively share our like miscarriage stories kind of with each other. Sure you know. Loss of a child is normalized in romance and any data valuable. That's valuable for every woman every one of that. Twenty four percent or twenty five percent of women of pregnancies. What's interesting is that twenty five percent of women before they turn twenty four. They turned forty. Five in the united states will have an abortion. And we have not normalized abortion. No no we sure. Have that as a genre yeah. Here's the bad way we normalized it. I hate this way. I do too and i'm real fucking over. Which is the hero has been traumatized by asks who had a an abortion that he didn't want her to have. Yeah she either. Didn't tell him and then she told him to stick it to him or yeah tell him she was pregnant and then he found out the a. It's real bad luck. That noise it with fire. That really needs to die. And you know what those are plots actually two that have been around a really long time in one way or another. I wanna. I'm gonna confessed something which is twenty years ago when those plots were everywhere. I liked that. 'cause i was like oh they again. It sort of says like it's a co co codifying like nobility of the hero right like it's codifying maturity readiness for commitment willingness to.
"julia quinn" Discussed on 99% Invisible
"He made it big in some ways. Though in being rather automotive brute fabrio was getting his role exactly right if you read the books of the seventies and early eighties heroes are impenetrable. They are blank. Slates of just kind of intense masculine pride and arrogance and they lack a capacity for emotion and for feeling and their ciphers in any case fabio and other hyper masculine men in passionate embraces. With their leading ladies were plastered all over romance covers in the nineteen eighties and wrapping the books in these covers. Really it did two things in my opinion one. It said this is the book. You're getting right. You're gonna get a woman who is in touch with her sexual identity and in touch with her pleasure in the center of the story and she's going to triumph at the end you'll be able to read this an explore safely your own fantasies and also the cover said men keep out. This isn't for you which both increased the likelihood that women would buy these books and also increased the level of disdain that society started to have for these books because if therefore women than surely can't value you can hear the contempt that the larger culture had for romance in this episode of nightline from the nineteen eighties. The segment is one part news about the success of the genre and one part unsolicited lecture product. Have about as much to do with classical literature as big mac has to do with three points cooking but of course not. Everybody likes which sophisticated food so william faulkner ernest. Hemingway do heartburn. That these could just be your. Here's writing for nightline and washington when we return we'll talk live with two women who make their living off romance novels and understandably think is more genre than titillating trash and later. I look at some of the historic this week aboard the space shuttle challenger. Ooh yikes through the years. People like ted koppel and his correspondent and cod. I guess maybe me have found lots of reasons to look down on. Romance romance is formulaic predictable. Badly written the is very used to being judged on the whole julia quinn. Who wrote bridgeton one of the things that she says. A lot and i think is really valuable is other genres. Get judged on the very best of their writing and romans gets judged on the very worst that often you know. Romance gets dinged for so many unfair things that i think are almost entirely related to patriarchy. Did i not respond well to romance and romance covers because of straight up sexism. I mean that feels possible. I'm not dismissing it. But i think also maybe through most of my life growing up as a queer person. Didn't see myself in those clinches and i wasn't the only one who didn't usually y couples on the cover. This is nicole perkins. She writes about how culture hosts a podcast called. This is good for you. And is a longtime reader romance even though as a young black person in the nineteen eighties. She also didn't see herself in the covers. And what i would do is i would stay away from blonde people If there were blind people on the cover did not kick those up. So i picked up. I would pick up the covers with dark haired white people. Because i would pretend that they were black and just very fair skinned in nineteen seventy four. A writer named an shockley put out a lesbian. Interracial romance called loving her. But you'd have had a hard time finding it in any mainstream bookstores and then in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty a black editor at dell name vivian. Stevens published a few black heterosexual romances but by and large the genre was white and straight and the early black romances tended to be a little more chased if i recall correctly. Sex seem to be more alluded. To because i i remember that was also part of my frustration with the early black romances. That i read was preteen. And then an adolescence i wanted. I wanted the good stuff. But then came the author. Beverly jenkins she was definitely a big deal but really jenkins is black and she writes deeply researched historical romances featuring black characters and while her sex scenes in those early books weren't strongly explicit. They weren't completely hidden behind a closed door either. She also gave the world. The first truly steamy clinch cover featuring black characters and she kept going book after book with black people in passionate embraces on the covers to see those covers. I mean obviously at the time people were still teasing women for reading romances. And things like that but It was still also appointed prior to be able to showcase a book with black people in these kind of very intimates expressive embraces That were clearly indicating there some physical intimacy here and somebody is going to be kissed along their spine at some point.
"julia quinn" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"It more as a contemporary opera. Oh that's a really good question because it. It works on two levels and i always intended for that because as soon as they the americans picked up the rights to the book sold into penguin. I feel a lot of americans aren't gonna have a clue about any of this stuff even if they seem the cheetah's tv Not going to get all these references so when we did a sort of another edits i. I was very aware but it needed to work. Even if you didn't have a clue about what was the real stories behind this was so there are all sorts of little what they will easter eggs in there which will go wherever Things like as a bowl of pomegranates. On katie's table announced. Catherine american symbol and henry loved playing tennis sons in the new one. I've got ice cream. Bam playing green sleeves. This will mean nothing to a lot of people but the peed there are other people out there who are massive few defense and they love this stuff and they pick up on that. And i've had a couple of historians who right blocks who had picked up the books in a number of them and relax of looking out for rule as little references. In how i've changed that soviet is very much a two level thing on the thing. I like best of all is when a rita might know pretty much nothing but then they go away and find out so i'm kind of of education going on as well. I'm very into educating people about history in learning from past mistakes and history was repeating itself. Said i love it when happens. I'm just wondering if it ever happens to come a tv version of this. We would be take took direct director to actually include some footage of the chewed. Time-warp thing because it would kind of make very fascinating to have that there. I think in the book i thought about. How could you do it in the book. And i thought not probably just would be too hard but maybe in a film version. It might be easier to to play that the parallel lines to an interesting things where they do. You know the real the real story behind like so when i in my books. I've put blog posts on the website. You little biographies of the real people and portrait showing how they evolve through their rain so i don all-wise john henry and not just done elizabeth. Mary and i'm gonna do robot dudley and then the next book i'm going to the plan so hopefully when people read ben if they want to find out more they can go to my website and read these little mini by. Is that the people in learn about what really happened. So the same thing happening tv or film would be stick. Yeah i think. I was thinking about british in in the way that nate. Flat handle brinton. Because i went back and look at the julia quinn books which were published in two thousand and they didn't have that whole reliable black queen and i didn't have the the sort of location of quite a lot of guys six succeed. I realized that twenty years ago. That wouldn't have been you wouldn't have been able to include that slightly surreal stuff on a straight romance novel. But they had to kind of spice it up a bit and i thought the might be a similar thing happening with if you get if you spoke maiden teeny time on plex. They could well put that kind of overlay. I read this was a thought i had. I mean this as a new series on amber lynn. Coming out with a black berlin on right on saving controversy about the fact that she is a black in balloon. Yeah it's divided capable and it's so interesting what you all. The discussions are happening she. She's beat history or is it more about the spirit of the person it's fascinating and the difference failed between my second book assist to end. The first book is the first book is set. Sort of nine thousand nine hundred five up until the 2018. Second one is very much now and so there's a lot. There's a lot more looking at the kind of gay and pan sexual relationships. And i had talked my daughter when she was nineteen knows rightey twenty now about all that side of things. Because i wanted it. I wanted to get it right. And it's so different now and we have to build buy into our stores. Yeah so going back to the parallels. Maybe two bigger battery tried to return england to callosum after father's quarter cin revolution and maria in the story tries to impose fundamentalist christian values on what was a fairly liberal minded family empire. They uncanny similarities. They're getting out there yet. So i thought about how the the conflict between elizabeth and mary and mary to too was i have. I have a lot of sympathy for Been reading a lot more about at eton. Sorry wrote the book and she. She was a really unhappy person. She had such a sad life. It was just awful but she was fanatical when it came to burning heretics. She honestly believed that. These poor people had no chance guy tavern unless they were burned at the stake and by the time she finished Knocking on three hundred people and the being people at had just had enough. You know they they sick seek they were desperate to have what the various Who the new is going to be much more moderate on the throne. So that was. I felt about how those sort of attitudes. How could i bring them into the modern day. I thought really the most fundamental people in the west in christian. religion are those kind of evangelical. But i didn't want to offend anyone. So phil seville my evangelical empire rula. He's actually a bit of fraud. So i think cut made that quite clear that he's he's like those american evangelists who just make billions and billions and fail. They don't actually believe a lot of air preaching but maria kohl's does so that's the tragedy is that she falls in love with this man who's actually afford and.
"julia quinn" Discussed on PR & Law
"Pr la pod that's hashtag and be l. a. Wpro all right. Let's talk law. What have you got happening. Welcome you know. We've talked a lot about the me too. Movement on this show and impact on the workplace. I was looking at some of the some of the stats in preparing for the the segment of the show today and i came across a harris poll from the late late. Twenty twenty Of over a thousand. Us employees who said six percent of them said that the metoo movement has had a positive impact on how sexual harassment is addressed in the workplace. And what. I think that that at least in terms of my experience dealing with employers employees probably about about right and that you know a lot of employers thankfully they haven't just been paying lip service to these issues cam They've been implementing actual substantive reform so things like revisions to policies and procedures manuals around sexual harassment developing workplace training to actually educate staff on. What inappropriate behavior looks like because contrary to what you might think a lot of employees still to this day aren't really clear on where those lines need to be drawn in a workplace context so You know lots of good training around that and then clear. Policies and procedures on reporting appropriate behavior when it occurs and this is always always such an issue when an event occurs a workplace particularly at an event of sexual harassment. How do you report it. How do we deal with that So we we've seen some really really really good development around these issues cam but one of the industries. of course. that's face the greatest reckoning and it's exactly where it started is film and television right. Yeah yeah well you know in rather than wade into the bad. I actually wanted to talk about a positive story this week in my segments cameras. you know. we're not really dealing with the the the good ways you know. This is wrong and problem. Blurs aren't doing this and employees shouldn't do that. Well you know. I think this is actually a positive outcome of the of the metoo movement. Okay and that was yeah. It revolves around the breakout series. Bridgeton cam are you familiar with this show. And so i've heard about this show. But i have not watched it so i am not enough to comment on it anyway. All right so. This is actually become as i understand the most watched series on netflix ex and in researching the segment. I hadn't seen it either I put on the first episode. My my my wife. And i spent her saturday night. Watching some bridgeton So i could kind of get up to speed and you know the the show cam. It's based on a julia quinn series of bestselling novels set in nineteenth century britain. The show focuses on bridgeton family. They're kind of an aristocratic london family. They've got like eight kids so there's sort of four sons and four daughters and But one of the cool things about this show is that it's set in a racially integrated region sierra for which certainly you know has kind of define show is markedly different than your your typical period piece alright. So that that's our context king about this into the point. Well the other thing that's really define the show cam has been. It's really steamy sex scenes and more specifically the choreography around them. So the show hired lizzie talbot. And she's what's called an intimacy coordinator cam. And i gotta tell ya. I had never heard such job..
"julia quinn" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"That it's a romance series and it is it is hilariously it's actually in the world of romance novels. It is actually quite it's it's one of the funner wage. It's just a fun light. You know, what you've read a small angry planet and then if you read or damn just one thing after another there's a bunch of sort of Science Fiction that our system light. Okay. And is this like fifties era like Bradbury Heinlein or is this modern now? Yeah, I'm familiar with us. Yeah, there's just there's a whole bunch of books that are that I think and this isn't fair. It's not fair for me to talk about Julia Quinn who wrote The Bridge Church in serious because have I read a novel written a novel I have not but they took the written they're they're lightly written. You know, they're they feel like Breezy and yeah, they're pretty Breezy and their science fiction like that and there's romance like that and there's Mysteries like that and and that in Bridget is actually quite fun. It's historical but it's not historically accurate like there's better. There's different kinds of historical romances, and yep. Historical fiction but what all I know about Bridget and my wife and my daughter watch it. All I know is every time I walk by the T set somebody's fucking that's all I know. It's a romance number. You said it's a sex novel. It's not even real. It's it's safe. There's a lot of noises that come out of the other room busy, you know doing something usually maybe a mortgage dad and going I'm not watching this with my daughter and that's who I like about you Scott Rodgers and Technical and well just There's there's there's a certain point where it's like I don't need to I mean, I'm happy that the children in my life see these things and that they grow up to have lovely full sexual interactions with consenting adults. Well, I don't necessarily need to know about it here about it and but you know, whatever and I hope that it happens at College. That's what I thought. I tell them I was like if you smoke out of the house out of the house, that's all I care about no idea, you know, actually I have a really well. My son is a page where he still doesn't, you know engaging with him on anything about other than Yu-Gi-Oh is is is a bit of an effort but my my daughter bless them they are we we actually have a good relationship. We talk about a lot of that stuff and and once in a blue moon, we will talk about the sexual things, but you know sure I'm staying dad. I still suck. Embarrassed about it right and getting embarrassed about it doesn't mean you're unwilling to talk about it. It just means you're slightly embarrassed about it. And you consider power through it if she needs someone to talk to about some bullshit. You're like not a week about it. I'm just going to be over here blushing a little bit then going your your opiate adult anyway, so well, well the fun part about it is last last note is that I say you did not realize I had a life before you came along right? And that's what I always tell them. She doesn't want to hear it either. Yeah. Exactly. I didn't know that she'll say they'll say she's yes, here's my scoop. Will we discuss Batman?.
"julia quinn" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"Those must have been some skinny man. How long they're on those boats for there. You go and what they were. Actually killing can be ignored here ladies. Who does the you do. They're actually know the illustration morandi dear friend of mine who was also a neighbor and she's extremely talented as you can. Stations are really loved. It and i'm lucky that times when they have their book signing. They both do so. That's nice speaking. Randy's has ready from Santa bell ever come over and signed books. What's this what's yes no. Yeah and i think just a little small for him when he does it on his restaurant. I mean he has to have a police. We've been we've invited him on the show and he's rejected us. Say well he's just said no nothing else no explanation wire or anything i guess when you're a big star like You don't need piddly little shows like so much else. Besides writing the book she got understand. He travels a lot he does he. S nonfiction books on his fishing travels around the whole united states. He went to cuba. Wow what was open. So he has a lot of irons in. I know you should always care about the little people care about the little people a lot of this book. Zay kidding you should. We should burn his books if he does come in a store. Now i'm kidding. So who's the biggest other than obviously see our guest today. Who's the second biggest star you've ever had signing books at your knock at your you sell coffee at your nook. I do not sell coughing. 'cause net coffee's bad for you. I don't even like the smell of coffee while we're sitting right next to giant coffee machines sheriff's driving you crazy. So have you had somebody you else. I come through cruise through. And i haven't had book signers big book signers but i've had authors come through like coulter this culture. She can hold her now. Not ann coulter Katherine coulter ok. Her sister well anderson sister. Oh they are sisters. I was just making that up. Very nice. does have a sister. so they're not the same people though. Okay calls okay. have confused. But she's come through and said hi And i've had a couple of other authors when they on vacation they'll stop and say hi. I had a bobby smith who's an older romance author. She actually came by and she signed on my old us. Paperbacks wow Because she said up. Maybe it'll help you sell. They've come in and they've been really nice and introduce themselves and people during the pandemic that would be one activity. That could really jump book signing is. You don't need to read your. I mean but you can learn to read hands. And they have told. I've had customers telling me it's the only thing that's kept them. Sane is to be able to come and get a book and when they're stuck in la novels still a big genre yes. Of course we order. Dumb question The mobiles for that pay stations are buying rights to so many books you know like netflixing hulu guest to podcast. So the romance. Going up because julia quinn just did the britain series and it was on tv..
"julia quinn" Discussed on KOMO
"From green coffee extract, so head to Duncan or order ahead on the APP for the brew. That's right for you and let's get it done. America runs on Dunkin Price and participation a very limited time. Offer well. Oh, it has been nonstop since we arrived at 5 30. I want to give people look at one of the side streets and the neighborhood that we're in. It's ah incredible conditions. As you can see here, it is very hard to distinguish between the road, the sidewalk and people's front yards. The snow is just that deep throughout here, and it's still coming down now. As a result, well, the snowplows have been working nonstop. They are mainly sticking to the main routes. Around the city of Olympia, and they've been busy. We've seen him pass us at least once every 15 minutes. So you know there is a lot of work that they are trying to get done and this storm with the strength that it's got. It's probably going to continue for hours and hours to come now these side streets so they could present a real problem for drivers tomorrow morning. I mean, this snow is deep enough that you know you could potentially get stuck in it a twist to be possibly a lack of control. On getting you know to one of the main routes that are plowed, and it's possibly something that people throughout the entire region are gonna have to deal with through the weekend. I'll send it back to you. Thanks. Gerald Cummings called Miller is live. It's Seattle's Queen Anne Hill where drivers have been sliding around tonight, Cole. Okay, move as much as I thought it would. But Clyde is officially underway and we're seeing that firsthand out here in the two hours or so that we have been out here. Cars coming and going up and down the hill very slowly. This road still not closed. It's a surprise to some neighbors that I've spoken with the one or two inches that we have here right now. That usually is the tipping point. We haven't seen any sign of a plow to come through here yet. We know that this road was treated. Seattle Department of Transportation does have its crews working those 24 hour shift 12 on 12 off. Here comes one of these cars right now we do see some sleds coming out here is well, so this is the climb. This is the challenge that so many drivers are faced with. Does not take much for this to get messy. Back to you guys. All right. Thanks. Gold. Stay safe, a major milestone tonight In our state's corona virus vaccination efforts. More than a million doses have now been administered across Washington. Ceremonial dose, which a woman named Ruby from East Wenatchee, the governor's office sharing these pictures of Ruby getting her shot and a certificate Today we crossed the one million mark eight weeks after the first shipment of vaccine arrived. The official total is actually close to 1,058,000. Now that 74% of all the doses delivered over half way of goal of giving 45,000 doses a day. The current average it's right around 26,700. Health Department says that pace will increase as the supply grows. The state is warning that appointments for first doses will be extremely limited next week at the focus will be on getting people their second dose of vaccine. But there's a shortfall because some providers use second doses as first does his last month, the Department of Health says they're still figuring out how many first doses will be available. But they say the priority will go to a long term care facilities, mass vaccination sites and other sites that address equity. It's the most watched original Serie is ever on. Netflix, the romance author behind Bridger Tin lives Right here in Seattle with her husband, who happens to be a top infectious disease expert. Come was standing with toss that has the exclusive story on this pandemic Power couple. All is fair in love and war magic of Bridget 10 has captured hearts around the world. Miss Stuff Nip registered during a very dark time. The show is resonating with people in a way that I never dreamed this'll, isn't it? The Duke and I, an Indonesian Julie Pottenger pen name Julia Quinn is the best selling force behind the eight book Bridger 10 series. The show is based on You Know what I couldn't have. She called Seattle home with her husband, Dr Paul Pottenger. Does he look familiar? This is such a bright shining thing. They're beaming at her blockbuster year. Highlighted with their visit to the London set meeting, the cast and crew and the show on the land adaptation. After all, she wrote the series 20 years ago, never expecting the show's popularity to rocket the books right back to the top of the best sellers list. It's crazy. I mean, every day, something new seems to happen. That's just Amazing and unbelievable. Everyone always asks. Who's the Paul? She dedicates her books too. Well, that's him. I love love, love that and I don't want to do that. Oh, earn it so much. Well, Julie specializes in escapism. His specialty is something no one can escape. Right now. It's a really good question. We feature Doctor Pottenger dozens of times on Cuomo news. And I've talked to him as a top expert in the cove in 19 pandemic. He's the director of U Dub medicines, Infectious diseases and Tropical Medicine Clinic, a professor and a Seattle top dog lot of people's hobbies connections. Have been ruined or really, really altered for me personally to have nothing but infectious disease in the day and come on one night to get nothing with Richardson. Yeah, I'll take it. It's been pretty good Pandemic Power couple met back in 88 during college before Julie briefly went to Yale Medical School and dropped out to write full time. It wasn't love at first sight.
"julia quinn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I am going to go ahead and say yes, the actor. First of all, I just saw the promotional pictures and I was like, yes, all of the things and let's be honest. Chandra Rhymes knows how to cast men who maybe haven't I mean, obviously, Patrick Dempsey was packed. Dempsey but who maybe haven't gotten that shine yet And then she sort of puts them in this light and elevates them into this level of sexiness that I particularly love. She said it with how to get away with murder and with scandal And now with Bridget 10, and so, yes, Miss Shonda Rhimes keep casting these boys and what's crazy is now he is one of the names that is in serious contention. For the next James Bond. And it's just goes to show you the global impact of Netflix because now he is a global name, and it was just from this one television show. Where is another film actors would have to do several movies over and over again. You look at an actor like John David Washington comes from, You know, the family of Denzel Washington. And this young British actor with just this one casting can just catapult to a different level and maybe get cast into you know James Bond and be on the level with John David Washington has been working for over a decade. Well, you know, Another thing that makes birdie 10 different than other costume dramas is that there isn't a sort of pride and prejudiced style Slow burn, where it's all about pent up desire and and restraint. You know, it's that the pinky fingers brushing the kids to each other, the romance and the sex All happened, and then they happen some or on the show is is pretty It's a pretty steamy Caroline. Why do you think Rhymes chose to break that convention? Well. These are adapted from Julia Quinn's Regency Romance novels, which obviously have roots and the Austin sort of trip tradition but are really their own animal. The romance novel of it all, Really? Makes it so that yeah, the sex is pretty front and center, and I was pretty excited to see that we've obviously If you've watched scandal, Grey's Anatomy, Sex is a part of it, but it is under broadcast network constructions. So in the Netflix show, which is created by scandal producer Chris Van Dusen. They could be more explicit about it. They can be More in your face a little bit, and I will confess to even as I was expecting sex to be a part of the show because it's on Netflix, and they have the ability to do that. I was surprised by how explicit it was. I had thought maybe this would be something. I've walked with my parents at some point, and I don't think that will be happening ever. They can watch it on their own. That's fine. What was surprising to me? Okay, Tweet. I love Bridget in so much as a long time romance novel fan. Romance books are already a huge share of the publishing market. Not surprised. It was so successful on TV. We're talking two varieties. Caroline, Frankie, Jacqueline Coley of Rotten Tomatoes and John Horn from KPCC. Well, John, we're talking about TV here in the Emmy Awards happened back in September. They were part remote part in person. As we look towards the Golden Globes and the Oscars. Will those awards ceremonies follow a similar model? Your guess is this good? It's mine. I mean, I think it's gonna be a real interesting question. The Oscars have been pushed back to the end of April. The nominations are middle of March, so everything's been pushed back a while and something we kind of touched on but didn't say explicitly. The Oscars changed their rules for eligibility. You used to have to premiere in a movie theater or to film festival to be eligible, and the academy said Given the pandemic, we're gonna change the rules so that You can now premiere on the streaming service. You could do it some other things to qualify. So what That means is that the kinds of films that are in contention now outside of the ceremony is radically different. I mean, we touched on this a little bit. But if you start looking at the movies that I think a lot of people think, are contenders for best picture. It's one night in Miami, which is an Amazon film trial. The Chicago seven, which the Netflix film It was originally going to be released by Paramount and Netflix bought it. Ma Rainey's Black bottom Netflix film, So That kinds of movies that are really rising to the top are almost all streaming films and then how they're gonna do the ceremony. I don't know. I mean, listen, I've never liked the red carpet. I don't like the way it objectifies women and fashion above creative content. So if they weren't able to pull it off without that, that would be great. But you know the Grammys. We're going to try some sort of virtual show where they're going to be performances in and around Los Angeles. And even with that accommodation for the pandemic, they realized they couldn't pull that off. So they post on their show. I don't know how the Oscars gonna pull it off. I thought the Emmys did well enough given what they had, But obviously the ratings are gonna be way down and they've been trending down anyway. And though the whole pageantry which a lot of people like, not me of celebrities, you know, wearing fancy clothes is certainly going to be lost. Well, Disney Plus have recently released one division. This is a new TV syriza that follows Marvel's superheroes, Rwanda maximum and vision, and.
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"Please. Morning soup presents beyond this sea celebrity dirt by now, you would be there probably discovered or heard of the Netflix Series Bridge or takes Nicky into that yet, Richard she was holding. Okay, so if you loved it, there's a reason why it's a Shonda Rhimes production, and Shauna just does amazing things with everything she touches, But you might not know is It was based on a serious of romance novels by a woman, Julia Quinn, who tell the story to Tamron Hall yet this week about how the show went from romance novels to a TV show the way I understand it, Jonah ran out of books to read on vacation and somehow stumbled on one of mine. And it's crazy to think that my life is forever changed because Shonda didn't bring enough reading material on vacation, but that's honestly what happened. So she was asked, like She said. People will ask me and say, How did you sell your books into a show? And she said, I didn't do anything. They contacted me, and that's how easy it was. Remember Claudia Conway. She was the 16 year old daughter of Kellyanne Conway, the former White House lots of weird falling out and he did, and she took to social media told everybody. My parents are lying. They abused me as well. Well. Claudia's topless photos reach the Internet yesterday. Remember she's 16 years old? Yeah, pictures for months ago, and I'm assuming that when my mom took my phone any time she's taken in, She takes it all the time. She took a picture of that. So that was on her phone and I go. She accidentally posted it or somebody doctor, but I'm shaking. I don't know what to do. My mom deserves to go to jail. That's that's on real. Okay. So after the photos were removed from the Internet and everybody calm down a little bit, Claudia put this message house I have face and I know that my mother would never put something like that on the Internet as well as me. We would never do that. My mom and I, we fight like mothers and daughters, but we also love like mothers and daughters and I do love her. I will be taking every from social media because We're really tired of being headlines. I love my mom and she loves me. Okay, Look, that's where the I'm taking a break for social media. I know she's a normal teenage, you know, Let's not worry about her. We're going to stay that way. You know, she's a roller coaster, mostly bipolar again. I don't want to say no, You're not wrong. I mean, one day she loves your mom. The next day. I wanted to go to jail. She's the worst person in the world for you Text. I know that's no more teenagers. Yeah, I get it. I completely understand, But I also just kind of take a step back going. She's really went like Like they're trapping me in my house type deal, so I get I get worried. Feel like I do, too. She's a personality to the extreme for source and maybe a break for social media is the best thing for absolutely no most of its first I know all the voters have been taken down. And if you are Googling topless photos of Claudia Conway, please contact your attorney because she's 16 years old. You huge trouble coming up in the next year on the Z the weekend as.
"julia quinn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Gonna be a good one today could well, I like to think that you know, there's just not gets every Every Monday and who knows where they'll take us? Actually, But as long as we're talking about some Sunday sexual negative, that's right, a little sexual negative. Speaking of Kiera Knightley last March, he announced That she was done, you know, showing her, but her boobs and her bush camera basically turn even think of when she's done it lately. Oh, my gosh, Julia. She's been, she said. Well, now, she just said She's ill be also, she was worried that they would end up important states. But now she's elaborating explaining On a Chanel podcast. Chanel's getting into the bad guest business, Clay? No, she will not be filming any nude scenes or sex scenes. If the director is a man She said. It's partly vanity. And also it's the male gaze. I feel very uncomfortable now trying to portray the male gaze. She understands some directors need somebody look hot. And then there are those horrible sex scenes were your agree step and everybody's grunting, and she just said Uh, basically should work you know with women, and in the past, she's performed sex scenes in movies like silk. The Duchess collapsed last year, she told Vulture. That her favorite to shoot Frevert Texting had been the one in Atonement where she's wearing the stunning green dress. Yes. Getting it against the bookshelf By James McAvoy. It was directed by a man and she was comfortable with that because it was choreographed within an inch of her life. And it's interesting what she says about the male gaze because when Julia Quinn was on with Tamarind Hall this morning The author of the Bridget In book Theories. I was going to say talking about Bridge your test on day. You know, Tamerlan was just going. You know these scenes, they're just so hot and blah, blah, blah. I'm kind of going on, and Julia Quinn said, Well, you know, The people that We're writing this and also directing that we had women and we see the sexual everything through the female gaze, and that's what women want, How we perceive things. I want to see things so tow us. It feels hot and different because it's so very rarely right From a woman's perspective. I thought that was an interesting and I totally believe it, though. Of course, she would have women. Yeah, I love that and then and even in just the way some of the things were staged. Yes, there's love that said That's because it's coming from the female gaze in so long for so long, everything is always Directed. So much of this is written, even if it's being re written from a book that a woman wrote Interesting. That's a good interview that Julia Quinn on Cameron. I have it say I'm not watching Same. Don't watch it tonight. Watch it because it was so good so anyway, and she said she doesn't have an absolute ban. But she does with guys is not over and do it again. All right, Okay. Well, I can't even imagine how hard that would be in the first place Comfortable would be but It's all probably choreograph some of that. Yeah. Ben Affleck. Oh, my word is going on with Ben. Okay, First of all, for a guy who says he doesn't like any attention and doesn't like the spotlight. He sure gets a lot of mail gets a lot of mail, and he also knows that there's paparazzi outside of his place and For many of his things where he's picking up something outside of ourselves. He makes Who are three trips instead of one to make sure that the paparazzi get their photo. So maybe he's just having a good day, and the Paps happened to be there, but he does not like it when we talk about him. And yet his people have given not one but two source stories about his break up with Annan, Armas one d E and 12 people. Wow. It's so strange to me. Well, what is he saying? Is he she break his heart because maybe that he's trying to get her back. Well, here's the thing. If you read the East story closely, they state that their source spoke to them. On Tuesday, January 19th and last Wednesday Plus both Page six and ease say their stories are exclusive so they wouldn't be able to do that. Have been a flex team was giving the same damn quote to both outlets. They're getting too. Your first. That's a story and Ben's PR team words, You know, they weren't things a little differently to get mileage. I mean, we're getting a lot of updates. On a guy. His relationship status for someone who hates attention and said he hates attention. So it's strange to me, but here's what They started having problems in the fall. Okay, Um they took time apart. But they got back together. Then they spent December apart. And, um, they still talk. They talk regularly and Catholic is gonna be leaving l a for the East Coast when he hands heads to Boston. Shoot the George Clooney directed Amazon film The tender bar. Yeah, You're right about this. I don't know. Have any Ieave? No idea what it's about. But I hope George Clooney gets a successful movie. At some point. He is not directed anything That's been successful. That's right. I have high hopes for him because Ben Affleck has won a director. Yeah. Academy Award for Argo. I mean, it would be nice. Really want turns Queenie to get well, George pursued band to be in this adaptation on a Pulitzer Prize winner, Guillermo Angers 2000 and five memoir. I don't even know what that is. I don't know either. Well, let's just hope it's better than some of the other. Did anyone watch the The space One where he was missing sky are no. Johnny watched it. He sent me a note. What did he say? He said this is a movie. Not for you and Julia because we don't like to leave our galaxy way are firmly planted on earth. Laurie and I just even a free trip in space X in 20 years. I thought we don't take it. We're not leaving. There's we've got. We've got boundaries. Yeah, No, I'm sure Ben got dumped. He's dead. That's what I'm saying. That's right. There's all these stories out there. Yes, but he's the dump. Yeah. It's interesting that he book ended his break of announcement with two different podcast because then he was on with Sasha Baron Cohen podcast too. Yeah, And then last week, people stay in their own lane, right? The Hollywood reporter. So kinda interesting and need nothing really to promote..
"julia quinn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Little flashback, Little throwback rock set. I'd like to hear Kelly Clarkson singing. That's love, right? What you did. Didn't you forgave me? She did. I think she did cover Rocco. I think you're right about that. Okay? Yes. So both. Page six is reporting that Kelly Clarkson may be on track to take Ellen did generous is time slots. So because she did take Steve Harvey's right flat and they're rumors that Ellen's on in the afternoon like get three or four, but I mean, it's zah slot. Think think big picture, you know, like, you know what time distributing. OK, OK, so we're not talking about like A part we're talking about just with the distributor. That's correct, because not surprised Kelly. Ah, she's the bone collector. Uh, Ellen. Too generous is Aziz. We know be kind image was really shot over the summer after she got hurt, she got hit in her show got hit with accusations of harassment. And sexual misconduct After 17 years on the air he had disturbed her most recent season. Ah, monthly with an apology through producers lost their jobs over it. The downward spiral is continuing the ratings Are horrible, and there's reportedly one year left on Ellen's contract, and she's going to enter network negotiations next month. She's had a rating slip off almost 10%. And now that Kelly Clarkson shows seems to have found its rhythm, it's becoming most watch new daytime show in seven years, and it may be a viable replacement for Ellen's 3 P.m. time slot that she holds. That's what it is. Okay. Just sources say NBC would Kelly for a few years before she agreed to the show, and the show won three date Daytime Emmys last year, including Kelly getting best entertainment talk show. And last month, Kelly called the Kelly Clarkson show hit their highest ratings and match Ellen's numbers for the first time. And but they of course, want to keep the tele pictures, prestigious time slot and, um Anyways, this is so we'll see. I'm sure her amazing staff is, you know, rooting for Kelly Kelly. Really? Mm hmm. She's likable. She's just like a volunteer Feels like he is one of us. I know That sounds weird, but she she has More empathy. She I don't know There's a real nous. There is such a real minister, and now that we've had this Void. I don't you just be on Allen secret about poor Ellen because he renewed her contract last year before last year before 2020 and she was done. You know when they they wooed her and gave her more money to come back. He could have just gone away. We're self. Yeah, because you could you could tell she was burned out having fun. Um, and speaking of TV and being real, I got Cameron Hall this morning was on their lunch hour 45 o'clock people. It was such a good show. She had Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and they were talking all about recording with Janet Jackson that was made that could have been a short itself. Then he had Yuhara. You're a she shed. His grown ish is coming back, and they have met before And they had great chemistry at our first guest was, um Julia Quinn, author 10 other of the Bridget in serious serious and I ever really seen her interview Dash Julia and He was so just so, darling, But she said she really had, you know, because her that first Bridger 10 book the one that this Syriza old 20 years it's old Julia Olin. You've seen her and every airport shelf, but she had nothing to do with this. Getting Made a major anything. I mean, obviously, you know she's getting paid, but she was really, um darling and tamarind brought up the I can't remember what episode it Isn't Bridget in were Daphne. And the Duke. They're married, but I think she's not really wanting to have sex and it's something that people were like yelling about it about the consent of it every and everything and, you know, Julia Quinn just said. Listen in 18 80, a wife was the property of a husband. He could actually banish you. You had no rights and that, she said. I'm glad with the me to lens and the perspective we go. Okay. This wouldn't work anymore. But you have to take into account when he went and said, And then, of course, everyone is losing their minds that because people rewatched Bridge or 10 I've been in the carriage scenes. There's yellow striped lines that they forgot. Toe digitize away didn't come out until, like name yellow lines till like 1947. That's so funny that people are catching that because I wouldn't have watched it a million times watched it twice. But I didn't catch that. I caught more than witty dialogue and the costuming and just the SATs in the scenery. That was Yeah, but I love that that someone found that out. Yeah, they found that out. And then the Bridger tin director, this show runner, Chris Van Dusen. He was done with Holden and Jenna on the third hour that today's show And they talked about season to chronicle the life of the eldest brother who's had Anthony Bridger 10, and he was my least favorite character. Well, I think they're going to make him be more They're going to find some richness. And because there's a reason why he's so damaged. Yes, and we're gonna get to that. We're going to see the Duke of Hastings because I liked the best. Yeah. Hey, said they will be part of Bridget in going forward. We're going to start filming in March in London and hopefully, season two will be out Christmas 2021..
"julia quinn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"About it, not give interviews that you were on it. And there was a dollar amount for everything that you did if you did it, right. You told me everything. I told you everything. But I knew you wouldn't tell anybody. We didn't have a radio show yet. And they didn't and sex in the city. When we visited that we didn't have a sign anything. It was great. I felt like we were kind of in the back door. Remember the property mastered? Got us on the set and she got in a little phone first and way we didn't greet informally. We were not formally invited. Yeah, but they were so welcome, but so lovely to those non disclosure. You got it. You got to read those things got to read those anyway. So this Korean, you're in trouble when you signed those things. This intern 500,000 and then Netflix, you know? We already know that there's going to be more seasons, but they are teasing us about the exciting Bridger to news that's happening. Sell. What? Well, if they already know they're there waiting for covert. They're trying to get a handle on it so they can shoot. The plan is to start in March. Yeah, I'm ready. I'm so ready for that. There's eight Children. Eight books in the Julia Quinn, Sir. Fiction about the bridge or two and you'll see how far they go. I mean, if they get bored with some of the stories if they want to skip some, I mean, there's some hot suns. That second son is hot. I'm ready for him. Yeah, I'm ready for his story. Yeah, there'll be some good. So do you think? Did you read the Tiger King is very sad today that he didn't get a part. He didn't get apart. No, he had been his legal team was preparing for the anticipated pardon of the reality star. They had a limo near his prison. Karen makeup, We're ready for him. That's too bad. That really thought Donald Trump wouldn't even probably have a cup of anything with Tiger. I don't even know if he knows who he is. No, I don't either. A lot of the people got pardoned or people that you know. There's definitely a personal connection. Yeah, there were And there is every with everybody. Who, after what you sent me last night. Who you thought might get pardon? Oh, I thought what if he pardoned Delaine Maxwell? But then I read a thing that presidents don't want a pardon Anyone that's really, really, really they get Ah, lot of them are pardon for white collar crimes. Ponzi screams, not Bansi. Seems not that this stuff isn't bad, but somehow they have a personal connection. Like Remember Clinton. Hardened Denise Richards. Yes, husband, who had a Ponzi scheme, big door pissed about that people were pissed people. They get mad, but Trump hardens another one of Leonardo's cave, the capital's shady friends. This guy, um, art dealer Helly Nama. We We met him Fictionally and Molly's game. He was one of the posse in the I said Poker's So he was convicted of a huge gambling ring. He ran it out of his apartment in Trump Tower. He owns the buildings 51st floor. Good good buddies with DiCaprio and then another guy that capital was good friends of anyway. Leo is his true friends in prison. He's got some gambling friend. And don't forget you had to return paintings and other gifts given to him by that Malaysian wolf of Wall Street guy. Yeah, he did Remember that. So, Yeah. Leonardo's filming a movie right now, with Jennifer Lawrence. Yeah, Well, I want somebody to explain his whole look to me explain hers because I can't decide which one looks worse, right? But it always looks this way when they're filming, And they're like, Hey, looked horrible. Yeah, Mom looked well, Maybe they represent the downtrodden. You know, Couple of Massachusetts that are having a hard time in 76. I mean, they just like our ball. Yeah. No, he he was like, Oh, great. I don't have to lose weight for a party Could be assured. I can be back in Kuwait. Cool. Uh, Maxine parts. He's really you know, the more he goes on, the more he does. Like more friends of Jack Nicholson. He really does. And Chinese don't put dollar in blond. Yeah, go figure and Jimmy Fallon last night had a quota fanning on or not, according to John's Johnson. And he had to ask Dakota that question. Don't ask me how it came up. Was there room on the door for Jack. Why didn't rose make roll on the board at the door? The Titanic? Wait a second. Wait a minute. Why didn't she make room for him? There was room. You wait. You just said he had and Dakota Johnson and he asked her that question. Why didn't Rose have Jack get on the door when the Titanic sank? Why did he have to playing? To the side of it and freeze and die. But what did Dakota Johnson and disaster? You know, Jerry? It's not any weird. Existential just came up. He wanted to know my can't. I couldn't stand it. I we all sat and wondered that Let him on that damn board. Why you being the board? Hot? Wasn't it a door? Whatever. It was big. It looked like there was extra room for him. It was wood. Yeah. Was there It was like, Yeah. Yeah. There was room for him. I'd question but everybody You were looking at me like that. Understand? She was talking to Kate Winslet about this. You know, That was just an odd question. OK, might have been the pole that he had the Jimmy had, and he said to go to Hey, weigh in on this. You guys. Good couch. He's darling. A true story movie about a woman who dies of cancer. Whose mom and married Starling. Yeah, but it looks like a real depressing movie. I'm gonna skip it called our friend. If you need to skip it, too, or if you want to cry and be depressed, there's going to be to try to Oh, yeah. Watch the way. We were exactly how it always works. All right, listen when we come back who's calling who gullible Nothing but good times.
"julia quinn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Oh, my God. Did we turn the station on Celia Building? That's the New York dolls. Turn it up. Turn it up! Turn it up! Turn it! Somebody died. Yes, Sylvain Sylvain, whose iconic guitars for the New York dolls? He died at 69 door. You had a two year cancer battle you know of anyway, So he his wife let people know and remember when I went to that concert and stayed at the Meridian, or I think it was called the Meridian at the time. It was the graves. Maybe it's called agrees. That was the New York dolls, Poison Motley causes and Target Center When you stayed in the rock and roll room with the piano with your girlfriends, Yes, and not me, Yeah. Oh, not her snap. Okay, I won't want it. I want to want to go to bag That was you had so much fun. It was fun. It was really fun. And it was just, um It was the graves of those two sold out, and it was like to me. I mean, I really felt like I was getting a rock and roll deal. Well, wow. Three bands and the New York dog deal. Yeah, the New York dolls playing with poison and motley crew was, you know, like, great in and of itself, and I've never seen so many black T shirts. In all my life, and the crowd was, you know 60% dudes 40% women emissary Looks like that was June of 2011. That's only 11 that was in the middle of Children in Yeah, to follow up on something I was talking about last a segment. One of the reasons that the symbol of his game is postponed tonight is that Karl Anthony towns The team's superstar has tested positive for cocaine. And you know, his mom took over six family one He would X. Yeah, so he posted something on Instagram basic. He's pretty devastating. He's like I promised my family. I'm not gonna end up in a box. I can not be without the beginning of the season for them with the wrist. Yes, and now he's tested positive so Yeah. The wolves don't have enough players to feel the team tonight. So that game is off. And who I mean MBA seriously, is kind of snowballing right now. They did such a good job in that bubble down in Orlando, and now you try it. Yeah. And now there's a least three games postponed tonight. All right. Guess what this kind of. I thought This was a funny story, and I don't think We can wait till Monday for it all right, because Sarah Ferguson. Oh, you So have Fergie's take from yesterday. Would you please God? Okay. Any gas up wasn't on instagram or something. Yeah. Sarah Ferguson's instagram. The Duchess of York is a once has put a request out there. Laura Laura. To be a historical fiction. Yeah, she's writing a book, and it's called a romantic heart for a compass, and it's a romance and the lady shall ride sidesaddle. Yes, she will not to break her Hyman and she she started it. Um, you know, she's written other books She's weren't brought in books about, you know, for kids about losing weight for weight watchers about Ginny the helicopter. Yes, she has. But she started researching her ancestry. Lord digging into the history of the Montague Douglas Scots and I first came across Lady Margaret, who intrigued me because she shared one of my given name. Oh, my God. I'm gonna go research Julius Caesar for you. What if my name's okay, So Anyhoo, she said that He is so excited about this book that's going to be coming out in August. 8th okay? And she wants But let me just tell you what she wants. She is going to, she says. I need Shonda Rhimes to adopt this for TV. He's somebody's given her the idea to Bridger 10. Julia Quinn is a very successful right romance novel Late. You just sit down and wait this out desperate there for money she is, and she also said that hotels and we have to sing Julie. It's really on a long story at the short end of a Friday. Now she gets a burst of energy to have something to say You could sing any time. Let's go. No, we don't want to sing and not be done. So well, we're doing that's a buzzkill. Pretty. It's a buzzkill. But really, that was the most energy you showed today for a story and you introduce it at the at the waning and end of the week on Friday and every day Oh, Julia, you make me laugh. Good. That's 30 years of working together, and I could make you happy and.
"julia quinn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Of 71 Everything Entertainment. Donna Valentine and Steve Patterson. Your buddy Don McLean And band is back together. Oh, yeah. Have you guys heard of Bridgeton? Yep. Have you seen it? Note. 16. I heard of it from a buddy, Our buddy Jeremy Parsons from People magazine posted on Instagram. That he was asked to watch Bridget Tune by his wife, and he's like, No, I'm not really gonna like And then the next slide and against the story was him loving Bridger. Really? That's all I've heard. Then maybe I need to stick with it. This is a Shonda land production. Oh, Shot, you know, because she's got that huge deal with Netflix right now, So there's a lot of content probably going to be coming from her. She produced it. It's a serious created by Chris Van Dusen, and it's based on the novels by Julia Quinn. And it's in London's High society in the 18 hundreds. When debutantes are presented at court, you know they're trying to find matches. For marriage with daughters and sons and There's just a lot going on for me and I say I fell asleep trying to watch the third episode a couple of times. I just I have to get through that one. You know that? You know what it reminds me A little bit of is in some ways is like game of Thrones like so many families or somebody characters and just It's a lot, but I think people really are loving it. It's mostly about this, um, this young woman named Daphne. She's the most promising debut talent. If you will, she comes up with a plan to pretend that she's with her brother, one of her brothers friends. He's not for it. They're trying to fool everyone into thinking that they are in love. Just to kind of keep these other people at Bay because he's just losers are trying to hook up with her. Try to find like a current way of explaining this. But it's it's a lot. It's a lot going on. And I think if you love the novel's, you'll probably love the show. I'm going to give it one more episode before I decide whether I'm in or not. You sound like you're 23 out of five. Gary's right now. Kind of maybe 2.5. You know, I'm on the fence, My roomie. It was like we should watch. It's supposed to be really good. It's like Kind of a downtown abbey. But it's kind of campy, and I texted him a couple days ago. I was like, you know what? You could watch the show. I'm out. It sucks, And he's like, Oh, I'm sorry. There's not enough murder in it. The source material isn't modern. Or was it written way back when when this was nothing, because that's what question and I said this on the show last week, you know, I Whenever you have this old timey stuff that wasn't written by a Charlotte Bronte or a Jane Austen, right? I'm not interested, Um, e just current during the time. It's courage current. It's not like old Material. Well, New material looks kind of look like, Have a Danielle Steel? Yeah, they really Diogo, this Julia Queen? Yeah, very much. So from a chance of been the The viscount who loved me Romancing Mr Bridget is the Brigitte ins happily ever after when he was wicked to Sir Philip with Bridget a novel when he was with Did you want to say that It was all down his kiss? By the way, Bridget, insurers said between 18 13 and 18 27 the books. On. So you're going to hate this. Oh, they're set that between 18 13 20 seconds W version. Okay, That's what I'm that's why I'm not super on the first book came out in 2000. Yeah, I mean, like if this was little house on the prairie It would be different. You know exactly. So, by the way, Lady Lady Whistle down is the writer of like this gossip sheet, So they've kind of got like this. This can't be Gossip writer writing about these debutantes and the families, the feathering and I like it. You never know I would give it three episodes. That's where I just go. Okay, three and I'm out or I'm in. And that's it. So anyway, it is on Netflix. It's called Bridge. Norton. And it's a television period drama. All right, done with that. How are you doing with on the Queen's gambit? You know, we set it down before the holidays and we picked it back up last night. Oh, almost barreled through the end of the series. We're we're a third of the way through the final episode. Of the Queen scandal. I love the final episode of What? Okay, that no, That's good to hear the penultimate episode the last episode that we watched Woz Interesting. An old character came back into the story line, and I like the general direction that it's going now This is a show The queen's gambit that I find myself a bit of the minority because the majority of people that I've heard from Lovett. I have liked it. Okay? And it is really well done. It zah beautifully shot. Show. It kind of reminds me in some ways. In terms of production value of the crown. It's just looks like they've poured money into this s O. I love watching it from that perspective in this actress. What is her name? The lead actress in Queens can joy Yeah, she She's quite good. He's very She is quite good on Ben. What without going to depend, too. If you remember the second last episode, she had a big tournament big tournament in Perry. But then a night, which was supposed to be disciplined, staying in the room and focusing on tomorrow's match that night was interrupted. And things went in a very different direction. So I'm intrigued, and I've got some questions. In fact. I feel like You ever remember something that someone says about a show or a movie you haven't seen yet? And then you just store that little morsel away. And then you're trying to figure out what did they mean Where? Sure I feel like I heard one of you two dames respectfully. Say something about The guy or I like what they did with that guy or the character. How about that guy in the final episode? I don't recall. So now I have that leading me through the final episode. We shut it down last night. Because of my new resolution, which will get to an hour three of the show today. Stick around. You know, many of you heard that I would be revealing my New year's resolution in our three and it altered your plans for the day. It will be worth it. Man himself. But I like the show. I like the show. Really? I loved the way they ended it. Did you like it done? I did. I really, really thought it was a really cool way that they ended in cool. All right. I'm excited. Yeah, we've got like, 40 minutes left. All right. You think you're going to get to it today or No, I I don't know. I can't speak to that. By the way, Donna. Yes, sir. I don't know if we talked about it before you left or not. I guess we did that. We all talk about Man, Gloria. Oh, about that. Yeah, we did. How about that? Talk about a great last Stop yourself. That last episode that was so good. Oh, so well done loved it. They could just end it right there..
"julia quinn" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
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"julia quinn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"All right, we're back. Donna and Steve on my talk one of 71 everything entertainment. On a Valentine and Steve Patterson or your buddy Don McLean. And band is back together. Oh, yeah. Have you guys heard of Bridgeton? Yeah. Have you seen it? Nope. I heard of it. Um, from a buddy, Our buddy Jeremy Parsons from People magazine. Posted on Instagram. That he was asked to watch Bridget Tune by his wife, and he's like, No, I'm not really gonna like And then the next slide and against the story was him loving Bridger. Really? That's all I've heard. Okay, then maybe I need to stick with it. This is a Shonda land production. Oh, Shot, you know, because she's got that huge deal with Netflix right now, So there's a lot of content probably going to be coming from her. She produced it. It's a serious created by Chris Van Dusen, and it's based on the novels by Julia Quinn and it's in London's High society in the 18 hundreds when debutantes are presented at court. You know they're trying to find matches for marriage with daughters and sons and There's just a lot going on for me and I see I fell asleep trying to watch the third episode a couple of times. I just I have to get through that one. You know, you know what it reminds me A little bit of is in some ways is like game of Thrones like so many families or somebody characters and just It's a lot, but I think people really are loving it. It's mostly about this, um, this young woman named Daphne. She's the most promising debutant. If you will. She comes up with a plan to pretend that she's with her brother, one of her brothers friends. He's not for it. They're trying to fool everyone into thinking that they are in love. Just to kind of keep these other people at Bay because he's just losers are trying to hook up with her. Try to find like a current way of explaining this. It's It's a lot. It's a lot going on. And I think if you love the novel's, you'll probably love the show. I'm going to give it one more episode before I decide whether I'm in or not. You sound like you're 23 out of five. Gary's right now. Kind of maybe 2.5. You know, I'm on the fence, My roomie. It was like we should watch it supposed to be really good. It's like Kind of a downtown abbey, but it's kind of campy. And I texted him a couple days ago. I was like, you know what? You could watch the show. I'm out. It sucks, And he's like, Oh, I'm sorry. There's not enough murder in it. So where, uh, this source material isn't modern. Or was it written way back when when this was a thing, because that's what question and I said this on the show last week, you know, I Whenever you have this old timey stuff that wasn't written by a Charlotte Bronte or a Jane Austen, right? I'm not interested, Um e current during the time. It's courage current. It's not like old Material. Well, New material looks kind of look like, Have a Danielle Steel? Yeah, they really Diogo is truly a queen. Yeah, very much. So from a chance, and then the The viscount who loved me. Romancing Mr Bridget. The Brigitte ins happily ever after when he was wicked to Sir Philip with Bridget a novel when he was with you when you say that it was all down his kiss by the way, Bridget in Syria said between 18 13 and 18 27 the books. On. So you're gonna hate though they're set that between 18 13 27 w version, Okay, That's what I'm that's why I'm not super. The first book came out in 2000. Yeah, I mean, like, If this was little house on the prairie, it would be different. You know exactly. So, by the way, Lady lady whistle down Is the writer of like this gossip sheet, So they've kind of got like this. This can't be Gossip writer writing about these debutantes and the families, the feathering and I like it. You never know I would give it three episodes. That's where I just go. Okay, three and I'm out or I'm in. And that's it. So anyway, it is on Netflix. It's called Bridge. Norton. And it's a It's television period drama. All right, done with that. How are you doing with on the Queen's gambit? You know, we set it down before the holidays and we picked it back up last night. Oh, almost barreled through the end of the series. We're we're a third of the way through the final episode. Of the Queen scandal. I love the final episode of it. Okay, that no, that's good to hear the penultimate episode the last episode that we watched Woz Interesting. An old character came back into the story line, and I like the general direction that it's going now This is a show The queen's gambit that I find myself a bit of the minority because the majority of people that I've heard from Lovett. I have liked it. Okay? And it is really well done. It zah beautifully shot. Show. It kind of reminds me in some ways. In terms of production value of the crown. It's just looks like they've poured money into this s O. I love watching it from that perspective in this actress. What is her name? The lead actress in Queens. Can joy Yeah, she She's quite good. He's very She is quite good on Ben. What without going to depend, too. If you remember the second last episode. She had a big tournament big tournament in Perry. Like then a night, which was supposed to be disciplined, staying in the room and focusing on tomorrow's match that night was interrupted. And things went in a very different direction. So I'm intrigued, and I've got some questions. In fact, I feel like You ever remember something that someone says about a show or a movie you haven't seen yet? And then you just store that little morsel away. And then you're trying to figure out what did they mean Where? Sure I feel like I heard one of you two dames respectfully. Say something about The guy or I like what they did with that guy or the character. How about that guy in the final episode? I don't recall. Okay, So now I have that leading me through the final episode. We shut it down last night. Because of my new resolution, which will get to an hour three of the show today. Stick around. You know, many of you heard that I would be revealing my New year's resolution an hour three and have altered your plans for the day. It will be worth it. Man himself. But I like to show I like the show. Really? I loved the way they ended it. Did you like it done? I did. I really, really thought it was a really cool way that they ended in cool. All right. I'm excited. Yeah, we've got like 40 minutes left. Right. You think you're going to get to it today or No, I I don't know. I can't speak to that. By the way, Donna. Yes. I don't know if we talked about it before you left or not. I guess we did that. We all talk about.