Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for A Magic Steeped in Poison (The Book of Tea #1) by Judy I Lin.
Nine Bookish Lives – Interview
dinipandareads – Review & Journal Spread
Ruei’s Reading Corner – Review & Favorite Quotes
paperbacktomes – Top 5 Reasons to Read A Magic Steeped in Poison & Mood Board
belle.bookcorner – Review & Favorite Quotes
chaibooksandthemoon – Book Look & Top 5 Reasons to Read A Magic Steeped in Poison
gwendalyn_books – Blogger’s Choice
heylittlesiren – Blogger’s Choice
bookswithmichellee – Blogger’s Choice
thereadingowlvina – Review
starryworld_ – Asian Book Recommendations/Asian Insipired Elements Photo
stuck.in.the.stacks – Blogger’s Choice
1bookmore – Blogger’s Choice
theink.slinger – Blogger’s Choice
Judy I. Lin’s sweeping debut A Magic Steeped in Poison, first in a duology, is sure to enchant fans of Adrienne Young and Leigh Bardugo.
I used to look at my hands with pride. Now all I can think is, “These are the hands that buried my mother.”
For Ning, the only thing worse than losing her mother is knowing that it’s her own fault. She was the one who unknowingly brewed the poison tea that killed her—the poison tea that now threatens to also take her sister, Shu.
When Ning hears of a competition to find the kingdom’s greatest shennong-shi—masters of the ancient and magical art of tea-making—she travels to the imperial city to compete. The winner will receive a favor from the princess, which may be Ning’s only chance to save her sister’s life.
But between the backstabbing competitors, bloody court politics, and a mysterious (and handsome) boy with a shocking secret, Ning might actually be the one in more danger.
Judy I. Lin was born in Taiwan and immigrated to Canada with her family at a young age. She grew up with her nose in a book and loved to escape to imaginary worlds. She now works as an occupational therapist, and still spends her nights dreaming up imaginary worlds of her own. She lives on the Canadian prairies with her husband and daughter. A Magic Steeped in Poison is her debut novel.