Logo copyright Linnea Sinclair, who started this Intergalactic Bar & Grille. I have a mug but it's bigger and more of a beer stein...

Logo copyright Linnea Sinclair, who started this Intergalactic Bar & Grille. I have a mug but it’s bigger and more of a beer stein…

Welcome to my weekly tea report. First, some, sad, sad news.

My local tea shop is closing. NOO!!! What have I done? I’ve stocked up with Chai and bought several other flavors and I’ll be heading back this weekend to make sure I lay in a supply that will last a year or so. So far, I have Earl Grey Creme, Toasted Almond, licorice, German chocolate, maple syrup tea, and an Engish breakfast. Obviously, I still need more.

I cannot have enough good loose tea.

Why? Because I absolutely cannot get through the day without a proper cup of tea. (Just like many people can’t get through the day without coffee.)

No trips to the beach this week and things are basically status quo with my publisher, Samhain Publishing, closing in a few months. Hopefully, news soon.

My sinus infection knocked me back for a loop last week and I stalled on my work in progress. Partially because I had to look over the character arcs, now that I have 52,000 words, and partially because my brain was horrible mush.

But I did some writing. He’s my ode to Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day at Heroes and Heartbreakers, my final word on this second season of Marvel’s Agent Carter (please be renewed, please, please), an interviews with the creator of Federal Marshall and Monster Hunter Wynonna Earp, who is coming to Syfy television this month, and, of course, my thoughts on last week’s issues of DC Comics. (I make fun of Hal Jordan again.)

Also, if the photo of the mug and hat above intrigues you, by all means, go to Linnea Sinclair’s website and check out her books. I love them.

And I couldn’t resist this sunrise. May all your days start this beautifully.

Daytona Speedway, Daytona Beach

Serenity Now. Sunrise over Daytona Beach. Photo by Corrina Lawson

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