Welcome to the forty-sixth episode of the Tea in the Treetops podcast hosted by Philippa and Angelya.
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In this episode, Angelya brings you a musical interlude. How do authors use music to help them set the mood for their work? Sarah J Maas recently posted her full playlists for A Court of Mist and Fury, and in this short (and spoiler-free) episode, Angelya explores Sarah’s list, plus a few extras, to help you formulate your own playlist for writing.
We’ll be back to our regular format in a few weeks time, after the Brisbane Writers Festival weekend!
We hope you enjoy listening and we would love to hear your feedback. Is there 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.
You can listen to our spoilerrific review of A Court of Mist and Fury in episode 45!
This episode was based almost entirely on the playlists Sarah J Maas has published on her website: sarahjmaas.com. I recommend checking out the full lists.
The newsletters mentioned in the episode are the issues from May 2016 and June 2016.
- ‘Journey to the Island’, Jurassic Park soundtrack
- ‘Final Frontier (Sun)’, Interstellar trailer
- ‘As the Jurassic World Turns’, Jurassic World soundtrack
- ‘Welcome to Jurassic Park’, Jurassic Park soundtrack
- ‘Not Human’, Pan’s Labyrinth soundtrack
- ‘Cosmic Love’, Florence and the Machine
- ‘Knife Fight in a Phone Booth’, Oblivion soundtrack
- ‘Brothers in Arms’, Mad Max: Fury Road soundtrack
- ‘Tenuous Winners/Returning Home’, The Hunger Games soundtrack
- ‘Rue’s Farewell’, The Hunger Games soundtrack
- ‘Thought I’d Never Call’, Blood Diamond soundtrack
- ‘Gun’, Chvrches
- ‘The Streets of Whiterun’, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim soundtrack
- ‘Romantic Flight’, How To Train Your Dragon soundtrack
- ‘Sanctuary’, Snow White and the Huntsman soundtrack
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