Lost the Plot – Episode 20

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The new Lost the Plot logo was designed by Louise Brooks
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The Jungle Books, Penguin Clothbound Classics
The Jungle Books

Bookish Christmas Presents
Book LampNovel Journal

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Australian Women Writers Challenge
Sign Up for 2018
November Round Up

ACT Lit-Bloggers of the Future
Hope in Dark Times, An Evening with Michael Leunig
All the blog posts

Whispering Gums
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Street Library Australia
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Our New Street Libraries
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The Green Shed
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Street Library Vandalism
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Article on Street Library Vandalism

The Foxall Street Library Brothers
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Asia Bookroom Christmas Tree
Episode 19 – Giving Books

Worldbuilders
End of Year Fundraiser

Storytime Pledge
Alan Finkel’s Pledge
Australian Library and Information Association

My Storytime Pledge to my Niece
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2018 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards
Shortlist

2017 Goodreads People’s Choice Awards
Full List of Winners

2018 Indie Book Awards
Longlist

2017 Bad Sex Award
The Guardian’s Article

Charles Darwin Annotated Origin of Species
Daily Mail Article

“The Shepherd’s Hut” by Tim Winton
Cover Released

“Transcription” by Kate Atkinson
Facebook post

Sydney Morning Herald List of 2018 Book Releases
Full Article

The Green Books
The Guardian Article
Publisher

Trailer for adaptation of Tim Winton’s “Breath”
The Guardian Article

Jennifer Lawrence starring in Hannah Kent’s “Burial Rites”
The Guardian Article

The Age’s Good Weekend interview with Hannah Kent, October 2016
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Miniseries Adaptation of Little Women
Stan Facebook post

“The Public” film
Youtube Trailer

Harry Potter news
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery game
Harry Potter and the Portrait of what Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash
Harry Potter and the Creaky Cabinet
J K Rowling on Grindelwald Casting
Amber Heard on JK Rowling’s Statement

Backlash against To Siri With Love
Bookriot Article
Observer Article

Is the senior English syllabus too depressing?
ABC News Article

Cat Person
The Guardian Article
“Cat Person”
The BBC’s “Cat Person: What Robert (Probably) Thought”

Max the Cat
Washington Post Article

Tiny Books
Video

Annie’s Pie Charts                                                 Angharad’s Pie Charts

/r/fantasy Subreddit
Link

The Australian Human Rights Commission reports 11% of Australians identify as LGBTIQ
AHRC Website

“Lonesome Dove” by Larry McMurty
The Best Book Ever Written

“The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood
Annie’s Second Top Read

“The Sellout” by Paul Beaty
My review

“Do Not Say We Have Nothing” by Madeliene Thien
My review

“On Doubt” by Leigh Sales
My review

“120 Days of Sodom” by the Marquis de Sade
Wikipedia link so you don’t end up on a watchlist
“Quills” starring Geoffrey Rush and Kate Winslet

Sorry about my dog barking! She wasn’t even sorry.
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Scratch Map
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Book Bingo
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Should I review the religious text I read?

The Economist’s 2017 Books of the Year
Article

The Guardian’s Best Books of 2017
Article

Barack Obama’s top reads of 2017
Facebook post

ACT Writers Centre Christmas Party
Blog Post

Muse Christmas Sale
Muse Christmas Sale

“Beneath a Scarlet Sky” by Mark Sullivan
My review

“La Belle Sauvage” by Philip Pullman

“The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle” by Haruki Murakami
My review

“Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow” by Jessica Townsend
My review

“Joe Cinque’s Consolation” by Helen Garner

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6 responses to “Lost the Plot – Episode 20

  1. Loved your podcast Angharad (or should I start calling you Hari.) I haven’t quite finished it – it’s long! But, thanks for your thanks. I really enjoyed the mentoring. It was fun, and interesting for me too.

    I relate so much to your lovely gifts, and not being sure you’ll use them, particularly the bookmarks and notebooks. I have a shoe box full of lovely notebooks and journals I haven’t used, and another shoebox full of bookmarks. I have plans for storing/displaying the bookmarks in an album but that won’t work for the few metal and more 3D ones I have.

    I enjoyed your discussion with your friend about GoodReads ratings. I hate that they don’t allow half-stars, so I pretty much give everything 4, with the very occasional 5 and 3. I figure my review is the real thing.

    I enjoyed a lot of your book news too, including about adaptations. … but I’ll have to try to finish the rest later. The tennis is way too exciting!

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    • Thanks so much for listening, Sue! Though I do admit this one was very long. Annie and I do get a bit excited!

      I don’t mind Angharad or Hari (as long as it isn’t Harriet or Ann haha!). I do get a bit of a thrill when people call me Angharad though.

      That’s a great idea for your bookmarks! I’ve been meaning to do a podcast episode on bookmarks – maybe we can collaborate once you decide what you’re going to do with your collection!

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      • Haha, maybe we could, though I’ve had the idea for a few years but have done nothing about it yet. Like a lot of my ideas for organising things around me!!

        I’m happy to call you Angharad – it’s lovely – though I’m always a bit nervous about the pronunciation.

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