Thursday, March 31, 2016

Novel Tea Club Unboxing: March Sci Fi Box


It's that time of the month again! Time for another Unboxing of the awesome Novel Tea Club boxes... and this one doesn't disappoint.
This month's box came by special delivery... directly from the source herself. You can't go wrong when people ask to hand deliver a box to you!!! So of course I'm excited to open it...

Here's the lovely view I had when I first opened it!
As you can see from the picture we have a LOVELY beeswax candle... a bookmark... tea... candy... and a book! So let's break it down. Of course there was also an information sheet included which is especially helpful.

The tea is by Teapigs: Rooibos Creme Caramel, which is stated to be Caffeine free tea. I will have to try this on the next tea night with the ladies, it claims to be sweet, rich, comforting drink to rival any dessert! Sounds totally yummy!

This beautiful little candle is handmade by Fairhaven Farms in Erin Ontario... bees are housed in house and the candles are made to order. I think it's adorable and I do love a good beeswax.

Other items included are a bookmark by Indigo and some Salt Water Taffy made in BC Canada at Charlie's Chocolate Facotry (and packaged by the Novel Tea team).

Of course there's the book as well...(we can't just discuss the goodies)

A full trilogy in one book, this book surprised me due to it's sheer size! A three time Aurora Award finalist Species Imperative is about a young Doctor who studies migration patterns of salmon and her adventure with getting pulled into the research of an alien species that feeds on living worlds. It looks like it could be a fun ride.

I'm thinking of trying the YA box next month... what do you think? Are you interested in YA or Sci-Fi more??

Don't forget I'm doing a fun giveaway with Novel Tea and Teapigs... Some lovely Teapig Tea and an art card created by me! Today's the last chance to sign up... I'll be drawing later tonight our 3 winners and announcing tomorrow!!!

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Until Next Time.
Keep on, Geekin' on.
Angie