What Does Glee Mean to Me?

When I originally started this blog many, many years ago, the title was slightly different. It was The Joy of Books and Tea. Which was nice and all, but also a very long name! Especially as I didn’t self host then and was using blogger, so the url was thejoyofbooksandtea.blogspot.com. … View Post

Marcia Clark: My New Favourite Person

A few months ago I watched The People Vs OJ Simpson and it was incredible. Seriously, amazing! I was around 4 when the OJ Simpson trial was on, thus I have no memory of it. So for me, the show was incredibly fascinating as I had basically no idea what was going to happen. Boy, was I in for a shock! I was told not to Google anything, as I notoriously spoil things for myself regularly – without meaning to! And this made all the difference. I was in for shock after shock.… View Post

Books, Tea, Glee moves onwards and upwards. Again

Books, Tea, Glee has undergone another radical change. This one seems to be working for me so far, so that’s awesome.

Firstly, I have a new theme from pipdig. Pipdig are seriously the best. They have the best website for browsing and choosing blog templates, include all sorts of cool stuff in these templates such as being able to edit your layout from a phone and tablet perspetive, and have a seriously amazing, extensive list of pages to help with a number of queries. I trawled through these several times and always found the answer I was looking for. … View Post

A new beginning

Hi everyone! This is just a quick post to announce my new blog :) I started over at joyofbooksandtea.blogspot.com and have finally been able to migrate across to a self-hosted WordPress blog! It has been quite an ordeal – and it’s only just beginning! Argh! I certainly am learning a… View Post

The Intern (The Intern #1) by Gabrielle Tozer

I love it when I can find a good Australia YA novel. I’m not always a fan of Australian fiction, so it makes me really happy when I find something that I loved as much as The Intern. A Devil Wears Prada of sorts, this YA debut really impressed me.… View Post