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Elderflower tea

Charly C.
Elderflower tea
Elderflower tea

Hello there! What do you prefer to drink, out of these 2 choices: tea or coffee? Well, personally, i like coffee more than tea, but i won't refuse a cup of nice warm and flavorful tea. Spoiler alert: this kind of tea is not what i'll present you with this time around. In this entry, i'll talk about tea made from elderflowers. yes, you read that right! Elderflower goes by the scientific name of , and in Romania tea is made out of it. This tea is part of the natural remedies people would use when something bothers them. According to this page, this tea is used to treat the first symptoms...

Angels by Marian Keyes

Charly C.
Angels by Marian Keyes
Angels by Marian Keyes

Hello, world! Today is the day I post another book review. A recent book I read is called Angels and is written by Marian Keyes. ... And let me tell you from the start that this title couldn't be more misleading. Click-bait much? I'm so unhappy with this book, I don't even know what to start with. Spoilers ahead? Yeah.. spoilers. The story is told from Maggie's point of view, making her the main character. She and her husband Garv live in Ireland, and despite being married for some time now, she's not as happy as she's like to be. One evening she discovers by accident that Garv has an affair, and...

AISURU by Ioana Lee -reviewing and trashing

Charly C.
AISURU by Ioana Lee -reviewing and trashing
AISURU by Ioana Lee -reviewing and trashing

Hello people! Tonight, I'm going to trash a book by a Romanian author, Ioana Nitobe Lee - feel free to check out her website and her other books as well. No, i won't throw the book in the trash, for several reasons. i will (try to) share with you what i thought about the book while reading it. The book is called, in Romanian, Aisuru - this is actually a Japanese word, meaning "To Love." Now, let's not get all worked up. Ioana studied Japanese in Romania, got married to a Japanese man, and even lived in Japan for some years. She even taught Japanese in Romania, as a result, so we can't pick on her...