Posted in November 2013

Tea Time: Toasted Walnut and Forgotten

Tea Time: Toasted Walnut and Forgotten

Tea: Toasted Walnut (David’s Tea) Even though I’ve been drinking and loving this tea since the summer, I somehow forgot to review it on my blog! Toasted Walnut from David’s Tea is a delicious Chinese sencha green tea containing walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, coconut, and pineapple. Even though this tea is called “Toasted Walnut,” the flavour … Continue reading

Book Review: Racing Savannah

Book Review: Racing Savannah

When it comes to reading contemporary romance, there is always one author that I know I can depend on…Miranda Kenneally! Her novels set in Hundred Oaks are consistently cute and charming while staying true to real life. Racing Savannah is the latest in the series, and centres on a lavish estate that breeds racing horses. When Savannah … Continue reading

Book Review: Steelheart

Book Review: Steelheart

“I’ve seen Steelheart bleed. And I will see him bleed again.” Calling all superhero fans and geeks! Have I got a book for you! Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson is a complete knockout! A creative twist on the classic superhero tale, Steelheart is fast-paced, thrilling, and absolutely addicting! The novel takes place in the not so … Continue reading

Tea Time: Steelheart

Tea Time: Steelheart

Tea: Movie Night (David’s Tea) When I first read a description of this tea, I was skeptical. A popcorn flavoured green tea? It certainly sounded strange to me! When my cousin let me steal a sample of her Movie Night purchase, however, I decided to give it a try. I was actually really amazed by … Continue reading

October Book Haul!

October Book Haul!

I went a little bit crazy this past month and bought a ton of books! Check out my book haul in the video below! Let me know what books you bought this month! And if you’ve read any of the ones that I bought, did you like them?

Book Review: Longbourn

Book Review: Longbourn

“If Elizabeth Bennet had the washing of her own petticoats, Sarah often thought, she’d most likely be a sight more careful with them.” Austen fans, prepare to be delighted! Longbourn by Jo Baker is a charming and thought provoking twist on the Austen classic that we have all come to know and love. Taking readers … Continue reading