Disclaimer: We’ve accidentally made our first mic error by having it turned all the way up, so it doesn’t sound that great (our fault, not our editor extraordinaires ). We apologize for the inconvenience–we’re more bummed about it than you are!
To make up for the poor sound quality, here’s pictures of Coco (left) and Apollo (left).
This week, after recovering from the short story reviews, Kyrie and Cori read mysteries and share some of the history of what makes a mystery a mystery! During their discussion, Kyrie and Cori drink Zhena’s Gypsy Tea, Black Tea Sampler (Gypsy Rose), which both find to be a bit strong on the rose side–like potpourri in their mouth! A bit too overwhelming for their taste, but it may be great for people who love the taste of flowers.
Kyrie’s pick for this week is a classic mystery! She picked And Then There Were None By Agatha Christie. Both Kyrie and Cori seemed to really like this clue-like mystery novel.
Cori’s pick this week is the complete opposite of Kyrie’s. The Wife, the Maid, and the Mistress by Ariel Lawhon is based on a true story, and was filled with a surprising ending of putting it all together. Kyrie and Cori enjoyed this book and have made a full recover from their crazy short story selections.
Hardy Boys series
Next week, Kyrie and Cori explore the genre of creative nonfiction/literary journalist ! Read along with them or just listen to what they have to say about these two books. Make sure you subscribe to Books and Tea Podcast to get updates. Check out Books and Tea Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. If you like what you’re hearing, go over to Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts and leave a review to help us reach a broader audience! Please read along with Kyrie and Cori and join in the conversation by leaving comments on the blog posts.Logo: Chris Taesali. Sound and Editing:Daniel Stearman.
Kyrie picks: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot
Cori Picks: Empathy Exams by Leslie Jamison