Hello friends! Another month, another wrap up. We’re so excited to be giving you an update on our June reading today. It’s been a productive month for all of us, and we cannot wait to see where the rest of the year takes us. Without further adieu, let’s start this wrap up. This month Caitlyn read 10 books, Cossette read 40 books, and Mary read 8 books.
Hello friends! This month has absolutely flown past, and we can’t believe we’re nearly halfway through the year already! There are so many things to look forward to this June, such as Pride Month and our two picks for teatimereads, so we’re super excited to see what is in store for all of us here at teatimelit. This month Caitlyn read 17 books, Cossette read 36 books, and Mary read 10 books.
Happy end of April! This was a pretty good reading month for us overall, and we’ve all read some wonderful books! We’re so excited to continue out reading into next month, and we can’t wait to see what wonderful posts our fellow bloggers produce. We recently announced our teatimereads book for May, and we’re so excited to read The House on the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune. Be sure to let us know below what your favourite books of the month are, and we hope you have a safe and productive May!
This month Caitlyn read 17 books, Cossette read 17 books, and Mary read 9 books.
Hello friends! We hope you’re all keeping well, and that March was a nice month for you. This month Caitlyn read 11 books, Cossette read 12 number books, and Mary read 4 books.Looking forward to April, we are super excited to be reading Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers for the teatimereads book club!
Happy 2021! We hope this has been a good reading month for you, and a good start to your year, despite everything that’s going on in the world. This month, Caitlyn read 15 books, Cossette read 17 books, and Mary read 15 books.
January also marked the official launch of teatimereads, where we read These Violent Delights, and we’re extremely excited to see what’s next in store for teatimereads. For more information about our book club, click here!
This December, Caitlyn read 35 books, Cossette read 28 books, and Mary read 9 books. Overall, it’s been a good reading month, and a pretty good reading year for us here at teatimelit! Despite everything going on in the world right now, we hope 2020 treated you well, and we’re wishing you a wonderful 2021, filled with lots of joy and good books.
We were tagged by the lovely Celina, venusinbooks for the folklore tag, and we couldn’t be more excited! folklore is one of our favorite albums of all time, and so without further ado, let’s get started!
In Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Alice asks “And what is the use of a book, without pictures or conversations?” Over the years, we’ve come to find out there’s a lot of use in books, regardless of whether they consist of pictures or not. While teatimelit is only two months old, we’ve found a lot of joy in writing formal blog posts with recommendations and thoughts of our own, as well as making friends in the book blogging community and other bookish communities.
In our earliest group chat days, the three of us would each take turns picking and choosing a book for the group to read and discuss each month. It’s always been a lovely thing, messaging each other our thoughts over a nice cup of tea. Through that book club, we’ve gotten to read books that we wouldn’t have heard about or read on our own, including books that have come to mean a lot to us. In reflecting on our bookish adventures, we decided to revamp our love for our book club, and expand it to be an official thing!
We’re very happy to announce that we’ve decided to create a book club for teatimelit named teatimereads, where we’ll select a diverse read to read each month & discuss it together! We’re incredibly excited for our new adventure, and to see what all the tea party attendees will choose for our first book! If you’d like to join us down the rabbit hole, just click on this link!