This easy to read and insightful book aims to help set the groundwork for finding Wabi Sabi, the way of seeing beauty in everything, which stems from the imperfection, the state of continuous withering or decay, and the simplicity that can be found in nature and in objects.
Death is only the beginning: Two seemingly unrelated mysteries plague Beatrice Knight Timmons while she struggles with her witch lessons, forgiveness and impending homelessness. But when danger begins to rock the cradle and threatens her growing family, Miss Knight must put aside her doubts and fears to face her greatest foe yet: her past.
The collection of short stories in LITTLE MISS NOBODY'S TEA TIME by Samantha Frank Evans is drama that touches on the human condition and how the spirit within us all can help us deal with the moments in life that can destroy us.
A mysterious package arrives at Artisans Alley with Katie Bonner's name on it, but the return address is obscured and the treasure inside, a bone china teacup, is broken. Before Katie can open the accompanying card, she’s called away and one of the vendors mistakes it for trash. Katie won't be satisfied until she finds out where the cup came from and who sent it to her.
Murder is brewing: While Beatrice Knight Timmons is part witch, the only thing she’s interested in nowadays is tea. But no sooner does she open her tea shop in the small town of Nairobi, someone with a vendetta against young brides murders one. With her best friend’s wedding only weeks away, can Miss Knight stop the murderer while babysitting a monkey? Serving tea has never been so dangerous.
Love poetry and also enjoy your drink? Here are fifty thirst quenching poems inspired by the delightful variety of teas and coffees (with some alcohol crept in). A mixture of free-verse, rhymes, acrostic, haiku, and limericks.
Singing stones? Cars turning into dragons?
All in a day’s work for the Grey, Plymouth’s secret defence against paranormal attacks in the city.
But what is causing them?
To find out, Alex, must search the potentially deadly Grey Archive for answers. However, they aren’t what he expects as they lie hundreds of years in the past.But can the Grey make use of them before Plymouth is wiped off the map?
Cuatro décadas han pasado desde la muerte de Mao Tse-tung. La Revolución Cultural trató de reescribir la historia, no lo consiguió. Chou EnLai invitó a Richard Nixon y se abrió al turismo. En 1975 pasé 17 días en China, de Cantón a Pekín. Anticipaba visitas cargadas de historia, arte y ópera. Mi viaje fue muy distinto. Solo el Pequeño Libro Rojo resistió el choque con la realidad: ¡era rojo!