My week in books and tea 7.7.19

What I finished reading Am I the only person who will put in a library hold for the hard copy and the audiobook and start whichever one comes in first? An audiobook buddy read for June, The Guest Book by Sarah Blake, is layered in the past and present, slowly unraveling family secrets. “What goodContinue reading “My week in books and tea 7.7.19”

My week in books and tea 6.23.19

Why don’t I just stop already and finish some books! I’m trying, believe me. I’d hoped to finish 2 books this weekend, but when family comes to visit, you are asked to put your books away (temporarily) lest they be wrestled from your hands (I see that as impossible so I’ve hidden them in myContinue reading “My week in books and tea 6.23.19”

My week in books and tea 4.21.19

I’m not baking anything this week but here’s a piece of the lemon tea bread from last week. Taste testers revealed (1) it’s a keeper and (2) samples were too small. I’d hoped to have a piece with tea one day after work, but mysteriously there was only a small piece left. My husband maintainsContinue reading “My week in books and tea 4.21.19”

My week in books and tea 3.23.19

I almost posted this yesterday but I’m glad I waited because there are a few things that happened I’d like to share; you’ll find them under weekend shenanigans. What I finished reading this week This week’s book, Belgravia by Julian Fellows (click for my full review) was one I picked up for 2 reasons. TheContinue reading “My week in books and tea 3.23.19”

My Week in books and tea 3.16.19

I’m feeling unhinged by my lack of reading time this week, or should I say progress with books from last week. How did I manage to start 2 more books and finish (audio is a life saver) but didn’t make much progress with my current reads from last week? I blame it on that hourContinue reading “My Week in books and tea 3.16.19”