It always feels sad to close a book. It feels as a world had just stopped existing. Opening it again releases all those characters, those relationships, those stories. But closing a book for the last time is even sadder. In those times we know it was a good book, we know it was worth the time. Carve The Mark was not an exception.
It has been so long since I’ve shared a recipe here on the blog. For a change, I decided to step up the game and show a… Read more “Chicken Curry for Non-Curry-Lovers”
On one peaceful day, I was scrolling down my Twitter like I enjoy doing every morning. When I was giving up and put down my phone, one… Read more “In Review: We Can Be Mended”
February is over which means Spring is just around the corner and I’m pretty excited to leave my heavier coats at home. So long chill and crisped… Read more “February Book Overview”
Today I publish my 100th post here on Black Leaves Tea and to celebrate that mark I thought it would be interesting to talk about my blogging… Read more “My Blogging Journey”