Friday, January 18, 2013

TIME FOR A TEA PARTY!

I say ladies and gentlemen, let's pause and have a cup of tea. Let me pour you a lovely cup of Earl Gray. Milk? (I pour your tea.) Sugar? (I take three lumps, thank you!) Please help yourself to some finger sandwiches, a scone or two with some strawberry jam and Devonshire cream. And try one of the delectable lemon tarts. Aren't they amazing?
By the way, I hope you read C.L. Ragsdale's first chapter of "Chasing Lady Midnight" in yesterday's post. I certainly enjoyed it and look forward to Thursdays now when I can read the next installment. Her Roboot Series is hilarious and "Chasing Lady Midnight" promises more of the same.
For dessert, we have slices of Godiva Cheesecake from The Cheesecake Factory.  Simply divine! Now, let's sit back and enjoy our tea in this cozy wintry weather. Thanks for joining us here on Cozy Mystery Magazine. Have a lovely three-day weekend, dear friends. Cheers!


See you in my books!

~Nancy Jill Thames

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mystery novelist Nancy Jill Thames began publishing Christian fiction in 2010. The author of six books in the Jillian Bradley series, she is an award winning blogger and is listed numerous times on the Author Watch Bestseller’s List, this in addition to winning first place for her Chocolate Cream Pie.

When she isn’t plotting her next book, she spends time with her six grandchildren in two states, tags along with her husband on business trips, and plays classical piano for her own personal enjoyment. She is an active member of the Leander Writers Guild and supports the Central Texas SPCA with a portion of her book sales.

Nancy Jill is busy working on book 7 "The Ruby of Siam" a mystery taking place in London, England.
To learn more about the author and check out her books, please visit her blog at  
Cozy Mystery Author, Nancy Jill Thames.

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4 comments:

  1. Okay Nancy, now you have me lusting after cheesecake! (Not to mention scones with lemon curd and Devonshire cream). A while back when my husband had to work in London for a month, I joined him for a week. Although he had to work most of the time, I spent my days visiting museums, The Tower of London, etc. and I always punctuated my days with a lovely tea time somewhere. You've got me reminiscing (in addition to the cravings!)

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    1. Hey Linda! London is amazing, isn't it? Especially the tea shoppes! My next book, "The Ruby of Siam" takes place there, so I'm gearing up!

      Thanks for joining our tea party, my love.

      Cheers!

      ~Nancy Jill

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  2. Your cheesecake photo looks amazing!

    Have a awesome weekend!

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    1. Hi Melissa, That cheesecake is amazing and one of my son's favorites every time we eat at The Cheesecake Factory. Thanks for joining us for tea!

      Cheers!

      ~Nancy Jill

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