Booksipper Bulletin – January Edition

Hello fellow Booksippers!

The first month of 2016 is coming to a close. 

The days seemed to turn almost as quickly as the pages in my favorite book of the month.  Keep reading to find out what that book was!

 I picked up a number of books this month that I just couldn't get into.  I had to remind myself that I am not in high school anymore, and I do not have to finish a book just because it has good reviews. 
I encourage you to put down whatever book you are forcing yourself to get through, because-

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~In Readable News~

January kick started my Annual Non-Fiction Booklist for 2016.  I am looking forward to reading all of these books and sharing my thoughts with you.
I have finished one of the titles and wrote about it here: http://bit.ly/realfoodwhattoeatandwhy

Now for my favorite fiction read of the month! 
Without a doubt it was – Into the Wilderness by Sara Donati.  This book is a sweeping romantic saga set in the wilds of upper New York in the 1700's.
Read more about it here: http://bit.ly/intothewildernessreview

 ~In Sippable News~

The month of January was National Hot Tea month.  I enjoyed having a reason to drink even more of my favorite beverage!  I purchased tea online for the first time with the Republic of Tea.  I wrote all about my experience here: http://bit.ly/1nu6eby

 January 2016 has been filled with good books and steaming cups of hot tea.
Thanks for reading and sipping along with me.

~Booksipper Candice

2 thoughts on “Booksipper Bulletin – January Edition”

  1. I totally agree, if a book is not working it’s okay to move on to something else. And I like the sound of Real Food- may have to look for that one. It’s interesting (and kinda scary) how food production has changed so much.
    I didn’t know January was hot tea month! I could have used that as an excuse to buy some expensive tea, maybe ha ha. Have a great week!

  2. Food Inc. was the documentary that opened my eyes to how food production has changed. I enjoy books like Real Food because they encourage people on what to eat and then help them find it.
    Splurge on that tea! Tea is always a good investment!

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