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Literary Tea for Romance Readers
September 2 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm$40
With N.Y. Times Bestselling Author Jayne Rylon!
Sunday, September 2nd
12:00 – 2:00 p.m. in the Garden Room
Fees: $40/ person
Advanced registration required; space is limited.
Registration deadline: Thursday, August 30th
Join fellow romance readers for afternoon tea. Discuss your favorite romances, get recommendations for your next great read, and take high tea with Sacramento’s premier tea provider.
Grab your book club, your best friend, or any fellow romance reader and join The Novel Tea for their very special Literary High Tea.
Each attendee will get a full three tiers of delicious high tea, a cup (or four) of The Novel Tea’s exclusive artisan loose leaf tea, and a brand new romance novel by our guest author!
High Tea Menu
Deconstructed chicken Caesar on rye
Salmon with herb butter
Fig, goat cheese, macadamia nut on olive
Radish egg salad on white
Cheddar scone with jalapeño jelly
Fruit scone with raspberry jam
Mini lime cakes with meringue cookie topper
Peachy keen summer dessert
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This event is for all those who love to read. Never tried a romance but love mystery novels? Come and meet fellow readers for book recommendations.
Jayne Rylon is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. She received the 2011 Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award for Best Indie Erotic Romance. Her stories used to begin as daydreams in seemingly endless business meetings, but now she is a full-time author, who employs the skills she learned from her straight-laced corporate existence in the business of writing. She lives in Ohio with two cats and her husband, the infamous Mr. Rylon. When she can escape her purple office, she loves to travel the world, avoid speeding tickets in her beloved Sky, SCUBA dive, and–of course–read.
About the Instructor & The Novel Tea:
Ellen, Cid, and Emmy, owners of The Novel Tea, have been friends, family and professional colleagues for many years. Long ago best friend’s Ellen and Cid discovered that they both loved tea—both the drink in its infinite variations and the experience of connecting with others while having good conversations over a cup of tea. This is a passion Ellen and Cid passed on to their daughters, including Ellen’s daughter Emily who joined them when they opened The Novel Tea.
Ellen and Cid have over sixty years of teaching experience, and now instead of teaching communications or educational theory to college students, they plan to teach everyone in Sacramento how much better life can be with a book in one hand, a cup of tea in the other, and a friend by your side.
Ellen is the resident tea expert, and one of only a handful certified tea sommeliers in California. Ellen is passionate and knowledgeable about everything related to the Camellia sinensis plant (from which all tea comes), has picked tea in China, and taken tea on almost every continent. As soon as Antarctica opens a tea shop, she’ll be one of the first customers.