—– The following post contains affiliate links, see disclosure page for details ——— We have been talking about reading tea leaves for almost a month now. But how does one read coffee? Reading coffee grounds is the same concept than reading tea leaves. You drink the coffee and read the grounds left on the bottom of …Continue reading "Reading Tea Leaves and Coffee – Letter U"
This post may contain affiliate links Matcha tea might be completely useless for tea leaf reading, but should be mentioned here anyway, not just because it seemed to be a very trendy tea at the moment, but because it is rightfully so. With multiple health benefits, this green powder is a powerhouse of the teas. …Continue reading "Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary – Letter L – An A To Z Blogging Challenge Post"
Before I am starting with the letter B today, I wanted to share with you 22 Facts about Tea Leaf Reading: 22 Facts About Tea Leaf Reading Tasseography is also known as tasseomancy and tassology Tasseography works not only with tea leaves, but also with coffee grounds or wine sediments A skilled reader or …Continue reading "A To Z Blogging Challenge: Tea Leaf Reading Dictionary “B”"
Today, is the great theme reveal for next month’s A to Z Blogging Challenge! If you are asking yourself what I am talking about, then it is time for me to direct you toward the wonderful organizers of this month-long blogging event, that happens every year for more information. But if you want the condensed …Continue reading "A To Z April Blogging Challenge Theme Reveal"
Title: The Cinderella Princess (Royal Holiday Book 1) Author: Melissa McClone Publisher: Tule Publishing Genre: Contemporary Romance Release Date: April 2nd, 2015 Rating: 5/5 Stars I recently began reading the Royal Holiday Series by Tule Publishing, which features short romances from different authors, but with a royal theme. The Cinderella Princess by Melissa McClone is …Continue reading "Book Review: Cinderella Princess by Melissa McClone"
Welcome to the A to Z Challenge! This month’s theme is “A Quick A to Z Guide to Herbs And Spices”, in order to celebrate tomorrow’s release of my “Mixing Spices” book! So without further delay, let’s talk food! A – Allspice: Even though this spice is known to have a hint of cinnamon, nutmeg …Continue reading "Allspice – An A to Z Challenge Post"
Okay, I am biased about this subject, but out of good reasons. I currently run the March part of a continuously running Writing Challenge (writingchallenge.org), and I love it. But besides that it is the most fun I have had on Twitter for a while, there are real, tangible reasons, why I think, writing challenges, …Continue reading ""Writing Challenges": 5 Reasons Why You Should Join One"
Now here is a blog hop, I am very exited about participating in: Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by Jill at Breaking The Spine, asks participants to post every Wednesday about a book they are looking forward to reading. This week, I chose a Paranormal book, that is a part of a series, I absolutely love: …Continue reading "Waiting On Wednesday "A Deadly Web" by Kay Hooper"