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By mycupoftea press, Mar 29 2018 08:17PM

I love Easter and am really looking forward to the time off to spend with my family and friends. I am looking forward to eating some gorgeous chocolate too!

My Cup of Tea Press staff are going to be busy doing various family things such as going to the races, eating, going for walks in the country and holding an Easter Egg hunt.

Just a reminder that our authors are very busy writing and we are editing.Scarlett Brodie's 'Missing in Millfield'is almost ready and Charlie De Luca is getting on with 'Making Allowances.'

We will let you know the minute we have any further news!


We would like to wish all our readers and authors a very Happy Easter!


From all at My Cup of Tea Press!

xxx

By mycupoftea press, Mar 14 2018 06:49PM

Scarlett Brodie's 'Missing in Mayfield' is nearly ready for release. It's a cosy crime book featuring psychologist, Liddy Grey. One of her young charges goes missing and the race is on to find her...

Check back here for further details!

By mycupoftea press, Jan 21 2018 01:48PM

It's snowing as I wrte this blog post, freezing and as we're all on diets, comfort eating is out of the question too!

How do we beat the post Christmas blues, when our excesses of Christmas, both food and expenditure, come back to bite us, it's dark in the mornings and freezing.

Here are some pointers from my colleagues.


-Book a hoiiday, somewhere hot!


- Eat healthily, lots of fruit and veg. It's time to dig out the slow cooker and cook some hearty stews.


-Join an exercise class. Exercise is a great mood enhancer! If you can't bear the gym, how about Zumba?


-Challenge yourself. One colleague and her family are doing a 25 mile walk in a few months. She is in training already as she doesn't want to let the side down.


-Get out in the fresh air to get some of that light . It can really help improve your mood. Or get a SAD lamp. You may have seasonal affective disorder due to the lack of sunlight. SAD light boxes can help. These are relatively cheap and effective.


-Take new online class in anything that takes your fancy. Online courses are really popular and some of them are really good and inexpensive. Udemy springs to mind as a good source of inspiration. You can even gain qualifications.


-Plan lots of get togethers and fun times.

-Never fear, lighter nights will soon be here!

By mycupoftea press, Nov 28 2017 07:32PM

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Friends Reunited.


When Lottie finds out that Vere, a house mate from university is writing an autobiography, she and her friends begin to panic. What if he reveals what happened before their finals in Liverpool, thirteen years before? The friends are reunited in their quest to find Vere, now a cult rock star, in an attempt to influence him to keep quiet. But the search reveals more secrets and soon old passions are reignited...

By mycupoftea press, Nov 21 2017 09:11PM

This heartwarming, funny book is FREE on 24/11/17 for one day only.

This is out free gift to you to get you in the mood for Christmas.


Chloe Charlesworth thinks she has her future all worked out. She is going to be a fashion journalist at a well known fashion magazine. But when her aunt breaks her leg, she is asked to go and check up on her, and her businesses. Her aunt runs a trekking centre and cafe in North Yorkshire in a seaside town called Rum Cove. Chloe loahes the country and thinks that she will simply pop in and check that everything is ok. She hopes to dash back and spend Christmas with her boyfriend in London. Little does she know that fate has other plans for her ...

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