Tea & Books - What are you reading?

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Serenity said

One Month Stand by Nina Ceves It has a whole thing about Irish Breakfast tea, specifically from Peets. And some tea infused chocolates. 18 and over, romantic fiction. An ebook.

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MelissaTea said

I love this thread! Glad to see it resurface.

I’m reading
The Burry Man’s Day (Dandy Gilver Murder Mystery 2)
by Catriona McPherson

The characters take time out for tea!

gmathis said

Uh, oh…another series to start sniffing down…. :)
(This one sounds just like what I love to read best!)

MelissaTea said

Are you into post WWI/pre WWII English/British mysteries featuring women?
Have you heard of:
Her Royal Spyness Series by Rhys Bowen (very funny)
Maisie Dobbs Series by Jacqueline Winspear(very serious in comparison)
Maggie Hope Series by Susan Elia MacNeal (started good, but last installment was so-so and is actually set during WWII)

gmathis said

A-ha! Woman after my own heart! Just finished “Leaving Everything Most Loved” to catch up on my Maisies; and have read the first in each of the other two series you’ve mentioned here. (Did you know Jacqueline W has written a stand-alone WWI novel that’s due out this summer?)

I’ll see you those authors and raise you Laurie King’s Mary Russell series—she’s a young protegee of Sherlock Holmes. They’re great up through Locked Rooms.

No, I don’t get excited about my reading material…

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Currently reading The Time Traveler’s Wife and hoping to watch the movie this weekend!

Ost said

Ohh, is that a good book? I really enjoyed the movie!

It’s an interesting read. My friend just finished the book today and watch the movie online. According to him the movie really falls short from the book :P

Ost said

I’ll have to read it then!

Uniquity said

I loved the book but the movie was a disappointment for me. I like her other novel even more than the Time Traveller’s Wife. (Her Fearful Symmetry). That might be because I hated the wife in TTW though.

Yeah honestly the book was too vulgar for my tastes, but the first half was pretty interesting.

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Christina said

I’m starting to read a very large anthology as part of a year-long review project with an online sci-fi magazine. Read a bit of the anthology each month, and then write reviews examining common themes in the chunk I read.

It’s “The Weird” by Ann and Jeff Vandermeer. Absolutely HUGE, monster-sized book. 1100 pages, 110 stories. And I’m being paid to read the whole thing! :)

Uniquity said

The perfect job. Congratulations!

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