Welcome to the 4th episode of the Tea in the Treetops podcast hosted by myself and Angelya.
We are back from a super long hiatus where we both had babies and now they may feature in these podcasts as background noise (sorry!). Of course after we completely gave up on there never being a child free time to record this podcast between toddlers, babies and our own desperate need for sleep, typically the day after recording we caught up for coffee and this happened:
Well played babies, well played!
In any case in this episode we talk all things books, bookish events and book to movie adaptations! Please bear with us as we get back into the podcasting groove and try out a new, in-person recording style. It’s a bit more casual than previous episodes but we like how it turned out.
We hope you enjoy listening and we would love to hear your feedback – anything you would like us to talk about in particular? Just let us know!
You can listen to past episodes of the podcast, as well as the various ways to subscribe on the main podcast page.
The music in this episode is titled Sea of Dreams and has been used with the kind permission of the composer, Bart Stoop. You can hear more of Bart’s beautiful music at facebook.com/BartStoop.
Masquerade by Kylie Fornasier coming out 23rd July 2014
Afterworlds by Scott Westerfeld coming out 24th September 2014
Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge ()
After Eden by Helen Douglas ()
The Golden Key Chronicles by A. J. Nuest
Book 1: Rowena’s Key (4 Novellas)
Doctor Who: Touched by an Angel by Jonathan Morris
The Last King of Osten Ard Trilogy by Tad Williams
Book 1: The Witchwood Crown no release ETA
The Fool Trilogy by Robin Hobb
Book 1: Fool’s Assassin coming out 12th August 2014
OTHER BOOKISH NEWS MENTIONED
Penguin Teen Australia LIVE
Monday 7th April @ Brisbane State Library
Natasha, Zara and Philippa
Vampire Academy Movie Meet
Saturday 22nd March @ Jam Factory Cinemas Melbourne
YA Book to Movie Adaptations Mentioned
City of Bones
The Maze Runner
The emergence of New Adult over the last 12 months, I give my thoughts on this new genre – what do you think?