Saturday, September 26, 2015

On My Table And In My Cup September 19th -26th

Newest on my table this week is the Advanced Reading Copy of Looking For Mr. Good Witch. Now I have ordered this in paperback, I pre ordered it and can not wait to get it in the mail, should the mail man ever venture to my door again, one day of mail this week it contained flyers. I am really beginning to wonder if perhaps Squirrel has scared him off. You can pre order your own copy for Kinddle by clicking here  or in paper back like I did from The Book Depository by clicking here. 
Speaking of Squirrel, she was very good to guard my outdoor morning tea yesterday and I have been feeling so blessed to have had Sheila Connolly's book Scandal In Skibbbereen on my table thanks to my wonderful local library!
Speaking of libraries...Where I live we have District and a City Library and at our City Library here in North Vancouver they sell these amazing shirts! I was in Starbucks and one of the Librarians was wearing this and I asked her if I could take a photo and if i could buy one. They are sold out but have more on order and I can not wait to get one of my own! What a fun way to raise money for the library! Love it!
I look forward to reviewing this book shortly and I can not even begin to tell you what a crazy week it has been, or express how very much it means to me that you have chosen to stop by. Thank you so much for joining me for a cup of tea and some wonderful cozy mysteries. I love hearing from you so please feel free to leave me a comment here or email me at


  1. Glad you finally got your book. I really like the Sheila Connolly series.

  2. You have to add Scott Wilbanks to your reading list for sure! His recent book "The Lemoncholy Life of Annie Aster" is a MUST read murder mystery/suspense/time travel masterpiece. I think a cup of tea will compliment this book quite nicely too! It will keep you hooked from start to finish. A mysterious mailbox appears in Annie Aster's backyard and she finds a letter from 19th century schoolmarm Elsbeth Gundy. This is quite surprising seeing that Annie lives in modern day San Francisco. Whatever has connected these two women and brought their worlds together is a mystery that has to be solved quickly. I absolutely adore the characters in this book. They are funny and lovable and they feel 100% real. The author validates himself as a legitimate mystery writer with all the clever plot twists and turns throughout. Please give it a read - check out his website - (hope to see him on a future list of yours)