Miss Buncle’s Book is ridiculously hilarious!
It’s a fun romp through a fictional sleepy village that furiously wakes up after someone (ahem, Miss Buncle) has been writing about them in a book.
Miss Buncle did not do a very good job of hiding real identities in her book. This gets the townspeople talking about who the anonymous writer might be.
It’s funny and sweet and a little bit romantic. It was written by D.E. Stevenson in 1934 and lovingly brought back to printing life by my beloved Persephone Books.
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Oh my goodness this tea is good! I feel like I’m drinking a liquid flower. It has vanilla, citrus, floral and bergamont oil. Be still my heart!! Thank you to my bestie for this Christmas tea. Mwuah mwuah mwuah!!💋💋💋 Jane Austen would approve!!! @thehuntingtonlibrary #janeausten #tea #afternoontea 👌🏻☕️🥰😄💃🏻💕
So, which tea goes well with this book? How about The Huntington Library’s Huntington Blend? This black tea contains florals, citrus and vanilla, which makes it the perfect companion to a fun, breezy, easy read. What sayeth you?
And of course, there is a Pinterest board for this tea pairing. xoxo, Jane