Welcome to the twelfth episode of the Tea in the Treetops podcast hosted by Philippa and Angelya.
This episode is perhaps unusually quiet as our little ones were both asleep while we recorded! We discuss how authors use different points of view to tell their stories, we do a joint review of Heir of Fire by Sarah J Maas (Throne of Glass #3), and we talk about some upcoming TV series and movies that we are keen to see.
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.
Our title music 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.
Brisbane Writers Festival – 3-7 September 2014 – bwf.org.au
Love YA Festival – 12pm-5pm Saturday September 6 at the Brisbane Square Library. Call the library to book your place.
Doctor Who Series 8 starts this Saturday (Sunday morning for us Aussies)! Ang recommends Doctor Who Legacy phone/Facebook game.
DISCUSSION TOPIC: What POV do you prefer?
Single point of view? Dual or multiple? First or third person (or second!)? We talk about a range of books and how they use points of view differently.
Throne of Glass Series (Bloomsbury) by Sarah J Maas
Book 3: Heir of Fire – coming out September 2014
Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us by Michael Moss
Untitled Series (Greenwillow) by Elissa Sussman
Book 1: Stray – coming out September 2014
Awaken trilogy (HMH Books for Young Readers) by Katie Kacvinsky
Book 3: Still Point – coming out September 2014
Afterworlds (Penguin Australia/Simon Schuster US) by Scott Westerfeld – coming out September 2014
Dreamwalker by JD Oswald
Half a King by Joe Abercrombie