My week in books and tea 6.16.19

First, things first. I was hardly EVER remember enjoying a reprieve in the weather in June. Mild temperatures, no humidity and gentle breezes, if only this weather could stick around all summer long. With that said, how are we halfway through June and a few of my TBR books are in a book stack somewhereContinue reading “My week in books and tea 6.16.19”

My week in books and tea 6.9.19

This week is about books of mass distraction. Many of the books I read this week are not from my monthly TBR, but I’m completely OK with that. I’ll tell you why soon…. What I finished reading The Moorland Cottage by Elizabeth Gaskell was a perfect book to snuggle up with this rainy weekend. IContinue reading “My week in books and tea 6.9.19”

My Tea Challenge

Staring April 1, I’m starting a 30 day tea challenge, which means I will drink the same 3 teas until I’ve depleted my supply of those teas. This is easier said than done because I like varieTEA which makes it a challenge for me to limit my choices. I usually drink what I’m in theContinue reading “My Tea Challenge”

Belgravia – Review

Belgravia begins in Brussels, 15 June 1815, at a party hosted by the Duchess of Richmond before the famed Battle of Waterloo. With the impending battle, this prestigious ball seems to be just what the young men need to lift their spirits. With so many people of status and position in attendance, why is thatContinue reading “Belgravia – Review”

Stand by Your Truth -Review

I’ve been a fan of Rickey Smiley’s comedy for many years. I’ve even seen one of his comedy shows in person. I listen to his radio show, I’ve seen his reality TV show, Rickey Smiley For Real, and I always have a lot of good stomach hurting laughter. So when I saw this book atContinue reading “Stand by Your Truth -Review”