Podcast Episode #37: Load Your 2016 TBR

January 18, 2016 Podcast 3



Welcome to the thirty-seventh episode of the Tea in the Treetops podcast hosted by Philippa and Angelya.

Are you a new listener? Welcome! You might like to listen to our new three-minute intro to find out about who we are and what you can expect to hear on the podcast.

courtofmistandfuryIn this episode, we get excited about lots of books being published during 2016 – mostly YA Sci-fi and Fantasy but with a few extras. This episode was recorded on January 17th, 2016.

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. You can now also record a voice message for us via the Speakpipe widget there!

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.

Books coming in 2016

This list was compiled partly from these lists on Goodreads:

Also Danielle’s post on Alpha Reader: Most anticipated books in 2016

George RR Martin’s apology about not quite finishing The Winds of Winter yet.

There are a few more books listed in Philippa’s post from last September: Squee-worthy Books Coming Up In 2016











No set release date:


Other links and books mentioned

Shadowhunters TV series on Netflix

Yes, Ang took her 4-year-old to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens. He loved it!

Thanks to Novelty podcast for recommending Fangirl!

The Red Queen legend ladyhelenandthedarkdaysclub fangirl_2
carryon dw_timelordfairytales poisonstudy
magnuschase_1 wrathandthedawn



Anni lives in Brisbane, Australia with her young family. She loves everything fantasy and science fiction and believes sleep is really very underrated.

3 Responses to “Podcast Episode #37: Load Your 2016 TBR”

  1. Tracy Cornelius

    I was a bit confused about something mentioned during this episode, maybe you can set my brain straight. I thought I heard one of you reference the fact that you had read ‘Lady Helen’ but then it came up that you were both really excited to read ‘Dark Days Club’ when it comes out.

    From what Goodreads has told me, ‘Lady Helen and the Dark Days Club’ is the original title and what looks like the title for the Aussie version but in other areas it is just titled ‘The Dark Days Club’ and publishes in a week or so. Is this the same book and I just heard you wrong or am I broken and don’t understand simple concepts?

    P.S. It was mentioned that ‘Morning Star’ (Book #3 of Pierce Brown’s Red Rising series) comes out in early February. I literally have a countdown on my calendar for this because I’m losing my mind in anticipation of this book being available to devour. I know it is always just more stuff to the “I’ve heard that is great, I should really get around to it” epic list that keeps growing but seriously. These. Books. From knowing what you both enjoy I truly think you will love these books but I need you to read them so that if you DO love them, then I have people to geek out over them with. 🙂 Because naturally, it is all about me.

    • Angelya

      Argh, sorry for the confusion! I really need to slow down and speak more clearly 🙁

      Yes, you’ve got it right, ‘Lady Helen and the Dark Days Club’ is just called ‘The Dark Days Club’ in other countries. It’s already out in Australia, but the Jan release date is for overseas. I have already read it, yes, and it’s awesome, and hopefully everyone else will get to read it soon too.

      And yes, the Pierce Brown books are def on my list, especially if they’re a favourite of yours 😉

      • Tracy Cornelius

        No worries and thank you for the clarification. Sometimes when books have both different publication dates and different but similar titles in different parts of the world, it creates overload in my brain.

        Heaven forbid that I miss out on a potential extra item to add to my ‘must read’ pile. The horror would be unspeakable!

        Thank You!

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