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WORD OF MOUTH TV

Food, books and friendship

Word of Mouth TV is the first series to combine food, books and wine. Your hosts, Kate and Sarah will be interviewing and cooking with top authors from Australia and around the world.

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Garth Nix’s, can’t beat ’em, bangers and mash

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Portrait of a recipe
Fantasy author Garth Nix loves food - lots of different types of food - but put his back to the wall (or a tree as was the case with the Kids & YA Festival), and he plumps for bangers and mash - an all-time favourite for many. So we have used the Taste recipe with red onion gravy below because we used the Cleaver's gluten free mint and lamb sausages and red onion gravy (with red wine) because red wine goes so well with lamb. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.

Kids & YA Fest flight-of-fantasy giveaway

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Kinder surprise!
Thanks to authors Kate Forsyth, Belinda Murrell and Sarah (S.L.) Mills, Word of Mouth TV has two more book packs to give away this week for our special Kids & YA Festival edition. And it's another bumper giveaway, containing the most books of any giveaway to date (so exciting!). What’s in the box? Kate Forsyth's The Impossible Quest quintet, Belinda Murrell’s The Sun Sword trilogy and S.L. Mills' GOM’s Gold.

Kids & YA Fest – Adventures of Bronte Mettlestone

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Kate's review
I have always thought that Jaclyn Moriarty has one of the freshest and most original voices in Australian children’s literature and so was eager to read her latest children’s fantasy, beautifully presented as a hardback with whimsical illustrations by Kelly Canby. The book did not disappoint – it was a sparkling delight from beginning to end, with lots of unexpected discoveries, wondrous encounters and madcap adventures.

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MEET THE TEAM BEHIND WORD OF MOUTH TV!

Kate Forsyth

Kate Forsyth wrote her first novel aged seven and has sold more than a million books worldwide. Her most recent book, Beauty in Thorns, is a reimagining of ‘Sleeping Beauty’, set amongst the passions and scandals of the Pre-Raphaelites.

Other novels for adults include Bitter Greens, which won the 2015 American Library Association award for Best Historical Fiction; and The Wild Girl, which was named the Most Memorable Love Story of 2013.

Kate’s books for children include the collection of fairy-tale retellings Vasilisa the Wise & Other Tales of Brave Young Women, illustrated by Lorena Carrington, and The Impossible Quest fantasy series which has been optioned for a film.

Named one of Australia’s Favourite 15 Novelists, Kate has a BA in literature, a MA in creative writing and a doctorate in fairy tale studies, and is also an accredited master storyteller with the Australian Guild of Storytellers. She is a direct descendant of Charlotte Waring Atkinson, the author of the first book for children ever published in Australia.

www.kateforsyth.com.au

Sarah Mills

Sarah Mills

Sarah Mills is an Australian tween fantasy author, writing under the pen name S.L. Mills. Her first novel GOM’s Gold, is the first in a series of seven. Sarah is a director and Treasurer of the Australian Society of Authors.

Sarah is a director and deputy chair of the Australian Society of Authors – the nation’s leading advocate for authors and book illustrators, and has previously held positions on other boards.

Prior to becoming an author, Sarah held a career in the journalism, working for decades on the country’s premier mastheads, including The Sydney Morning Herald, The Sun Herald, The Australian Financial Review, and The Australian.

She is a skilled and insightful interviewer with a deep love of literature and the literary world, holding a degree in Literature and Linguistics. She also worked for many years as a public relations and media consultant to the nations leading corporations, a valuable skillset that she brings to bear in all her endeavours.

For more information, please view her LinkedIn profile.

Adrien Seignoux

Adrien Seignoux is a French videographer from Angers in the Loire Valley. Adrien worked for several years as an independent movie producer, working on short films, documentaries, TV series, advertisements, video clips and film festivals, before travelling to Australia for love.

In a career spanning more than a decade, Claire has worked on more than 30 documentaries and factual productions, on topics ranging from social documentary to historical reality TV, to live current affairs. These programs have been screened nationally and internationally on the world’s premier broadcasters such as the ABC, SBS, Channel Four UK, Sundance Channel US, History Channel UK, RTE Ireland, Discovery Channel and National Geographic.

In 2013, Claire produced a program for SBS and NITV presented by Stan Grant called ‘Who should tell indigenous stories’. It was nominated for two Walkley awards in the areas of Social Equity Journalism and Reporting on Indigenous Affairs.

https://claireabsolum.com/

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