Tea break

I knew when I got back to writing new stories, I’d want some tea to go with them. I perused my tea cabinet and found a few things I liked, but nothing that quite satisfied what I wanted. I’d been wanting to order some more Second Breakfast fandom blend from Adagio, so I figured it was time to go ahead and order that–and a few extras.

It’s also been a while since I had anything new. I love sweet teas, so I decided to grab the Sweet Tooth Teas sampler. I was delighted to see the order came with lots of extras, too.

I’d been looking to try an oolong for a while, and I was excited to see a vanilla oolong sample available. There’s also a birthday tea, a white peach sample, and a box of special community blends specifically for this week. Those probably won’t get an individual taste test review, since they’re unique to each day of the week and unlikely to be available, but the experience is certainly interesting.

Regardless of freebies, though, I’m staying focused on what I requested first, and there’s something about chocolate and caramel that seems to go perfectly with vampire stories, which makes it a perfect beverage of choice while I’m working on Her Midnight Hunter. The book has been slow going so far, but it’ll be out soon, one way or another.

On that note, it’s probably a good time for me to go ahead and mention that after HMH comes out, the Keeper’s Kin series will be finishing its stint in Kindle Unlimited and will be made available with other retailers, such as Nook, Kobo, and Apple. So if you’re a KU reader, better give it a go now–by the end of the year, the books won’t be available that way anymore!

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