My week in books and tea 8.18.19

Getting back on track with life this week hadn’t been easy. I’ve been tempted to take a note from one of my recent reads, The Solitary Summer, pack up my books and tea, and spend the rest of the summer (perhaps some of the fall) to enjoy the simple things, reading and drinking. I’ve convincedContinue reading “My week in books and tea 8.18.19”

My week in books and tea 8.11.19

This week’s editon is different for a few reasons. I’ve been out of town and read very little while away. I’m still a bit jet lagged so trying to formulate complete thoughts could potentially go awry. As I thought about jumping back into the weekly post routine, I wanted to try this instead. Since I’veContinue reading “My week in books and tea 8.11.19”

The Tea Rose – Review

“People said time healed anything. Maybe those people had never loved anyone.” Young Fiona Finnegan and Joe Bristow stole my heart in the early parts of The Tea Rose. Best friends since childhood, they have dreams of opening their own shop, selling the best food/produce and of course tea! This was a complete cover/title buy.Continue reading “The Tea Rose – Review”

My week in books and tea 7.21.19

Thank you to publishers Scribner Books and Harper Books for the free books featured in this post. Anyone in a cool climate they can package up and send my way? Humidity and hot temperatures are no fun but thankfully I’m enjoying some good books and tea this week. What I finished The Idiot – There’sContinue reading “My week in books and tea 7.21.19”

My week in books and tea 7.14.19

Enjoying several fun outings throughout the week proved to be just what I needed. I feel like it got me out of a bit of a rut but also reminded me to look for something in each day to be grateful for. Like those moments in the car when I’m riding home and have theContinue reading “My week in books and tea 7.14.19”