Thursday, April 27, 2017














"The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane" by Lisa See

Beautifully written book about the tea trade. Learn the conditions of the areas in China where tea trees are grown. Smell the aromas as you read about the teas. Feel, see, hear and taste the world of tea through the eyes of a young girl. Old traditions ring true. Learn about them and how they affect the lives of those living there as well as the people who come into their lives. Most of all, get lost in the most amazing book. It's a book to read over and over again. It's a book to give as gifts. It's a book to tell all your family and friends about. Drink tea? You need this book. Enjoy!

Monday, January 2, 2017



Product Details"Clara and Mr. Tiffany" by Susan Vreeland


Do you like historical novels? Do you appreciate Tiffany glass and wonder how it all started? Do you wonder how they got their ideas for new pieces? Than this is the book for you. It's filled with history of the times (early 1900's) and takes you back to women fighting for their jobs and the first subway.

This is a book that draws you and and holds you until the end. When reading this book, I savored it and let the words fill me so that I could truly get the most out of the book. I don't like to read books fast. I like to take the time to enjoy books. This is one such that deserves that.

So, love Tiffany glass? Pick up a copy today!
















Friday, December 9, 2016













"Brain Trust" by Lynn Sholes & Joe Moore

Do you like mysteries? If so, this is the book for you. It's written so well that you find yourself emerged until the end. It's gripping and sweet. It has moments of wonder as well as moments of "OMG! What's going to happen next?" feelings. It's a book to pick up and enjoy. Get lost in the mystery. For those of you who have read Ken Follett, you will enjoy this book. That's how well it's written.

Pick up a copy!






Saturday, November 19, 2016

Last Light over Carolina"Last Light Over Carolina" by Mary Alice Monroe


Life is precious. Love at first sight is special. This book teaches you about shrimping but, most of all, it teaches you about the interaction of people, the love and respect one has for the other or lack thereof due to conditions at hand.

I was pulled into the book by the shrimper who saw the woman of his dreams and made her his wife. I will pulled into the book by the woman in his life who loved the shrimper but became sad when the shrimper was out for months at a time. Missing the love of one's life is difficult. Remembering what's important is also difficult. It's when tragedy happens that one finds the true meaning of love.

Be mesmerized. Learn about the shrimping industry. Eat local shrimp!

Thursday, October 20, 2016

















"Swimming Lessons" by Mary Alice Monroe



What a beautifully written book this is! I finished reading it just moments ago and I'm still digesting the fact that the story is over. This book was filled with warmth, hope, love and caring. It taught us about the loggerheads and how we actually do help those in need. I had no idea this was going on and am very grateful for it. I love turtles. I love life. To spend one's time helping the nests/eggs is a gift to all. When children do this with such love and concern, it's incredible.

It's a story about a small community that takes care of each other. As they say, it takes a village to raise a child. This is one such example.

"Swimming Lessons" is all about taking chances, reaching for your dreams, helping others and finding love where you least expect it.

Pick up a copy and learn about the loggerheads!

Thursday, October 6, 2016


















"Small Great Things" by Jodi Picoult

 
An emotional book filled with strength, love, hate and more. It's a beautifully written book about a African American woman and her son. The only African American woman working in the hospital. An RN who loves what she does and she does it well.

You will learn how two families come into contact. A white supremacist family and an African American family.

Learn how these two families fight through a terrible incident and go full circle to respecting each other.

Jodi Picoult has written another SPECTACULAR book that you won't want to put down. The emotions run wild and you will be caught up in them. You will be there. You will be SO glad you read the book!

Pick up a copy on October 11 and beyond!



Sunday, September 25, 2016














"A Lowcountry Christmas" by Mary Alice Monroe 
On sale October 25, 2016!



This is a very heartwarming story about a small town family whose son went into the military and came out with PTSD. In this small circle of life, you will read about the family and hear each one's thoughts on what it's like living with someone who has PTSD. Through education and open ears, the family learned how to do this. The marine, with the help of his family and a new therapy dog, found his way back to his life.

The joy of Christmas hung in the air when the son came home from the war. It was a time of family. It was a time of friends. Read how the marine rises through his PTSD.

Read about the importance of things. Read about the beauty of life just outside their door.

Life goes on.


Pick up a copy when it comes up for sale!