Steeped in Books and Tea 7.31.2020

I’m back this week to give you a recap of my week in books and tea. How is it the last day of July already? Steeping One of my favorite teas this week come from Brooklyn Tea. I ordered 3 teas from them in mid June. I took a chance and ordered Hojicha, a roastedContinue reading “Steeped in Books and Tea 7.31.2020”

A Black Women’s History of the United States

“Black women’s voices animate this book, as few can more effectively describe the complexities of their lives than Black women themselves.” —A Black Women’s History of the United States by Daina Ramey Berry & Kali Nicole Gross I recently finished this book, but like many of the books I have read this year, it’s onlyContinue reading “A Black Women’s History of the United States”

Steeped in Shenanigans 7.23.2020

The best of intentions get lost in massive stacks of books and large pots of tea. So here goes, I will embrace the concept of a somewhat spontaneous planned weekly post. What’s going on with me? The last time I wrote a conversation post was back in April during the early weeks of shelter inContinue reading “Steeped in Shenanigans 7.23.2020”

It’s Not All Downhill from Here

Thank you Random House #randomhousepartner for the review book. “Would you like some hot tea or does that make you feel like an old lady?” — It’s Not All Downhill from Here, Terry McMillan First off, great Auntie Lo (Loretha), I implore you and Jalecia STOP MAKING TEA USING THE MICROWAVE and dunking tea bagsContinue reading “It’s Not All Downhill from Here”