Category: Special Feature

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Armchair BEA: Beyond the Borders

Welcome back, Armchair BEA visitors and other lovely readers! Today’s topic of choice takes us Beyond the Borders to books that “transported you to a different world, taught you about a different culture, and/or helped you step into the shoes of someone different from you.”. We’d like to share a… Read more »

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Armchair BEA: What is Literature?

  A Little on Literature What is Literature? As a first discussion point on the BEA agenda I felt rather daunted in answering this question. Literature can mean so many things to so many people. In its strictest sense (and thanks to Google for providing this definition), Literature is defined… Read more »

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Armchair BEA: Introductions

Hello Armchair BEA visitors! Welcome to Tea in the Treetops! The Book Expo of America is on this week in New York City. The Tea in the Treetops blogging team is made up of reviewers from around the world, but since none of us live anywhere near New York, we’re… Read more »

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Lucky No 14 Reading Challenge

Lucky No 14 Reading Challenge

Hi everyone! Happy 2014 (it’s still January so I’m totally still allowed to say that)! Before we get too far into the year, it’s about time we signed up for some goals for the year. Hannah spied this great reading challenge over at Curiosity Killed the Bookworm, so we’ve decided… Read more »

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Happy New 2014

On behalf of the blogging team here at Tea in the Treetops, we’d like to thank all our readers and helpers for all your support over the last few months. We’d like to wish you all A very Happy and Safe 2014!   Photo above is Brisbane’s Story Bridge, taken… Read more »

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Special Feature: Waking Up Dead, Margo Bond Collins

Special Feature: Waking Up Dead, Margo Bond Collins

We’re pleased to welcome Margo Bond Collins┬áto the Treetops today! Her paranormal thriller, Waking Up Dead, was actually released back in October but is due for release in paperback this week. ┬áCheck it out! Waking Up Dead, Margo Bond Collins When Dallas resident Callie Taylor died young, she expected to… Read more »

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