No. That isn’t a typo. $35,000 per pound of tea. . . . Fertilized by panda poo.
If you prefer the print article, World’s Most Expensive Tea Grown with Panda Poo.
Blogs and Articles in No Particular Order
In case you missed it yesterday, my elusive spy novel writing partner, Holmes, gave an exclusive interview to Ellie Ann about what it’s like to be a “man with experience in intelligence and covert operations.” What I Want to be When I Grow Up: A Spook Check it out and see why I feel so honored to call this man my partner and friend.
Award winning, best selling author Vicki Hinze explains Why an Author’s Early Works are Usually Most Original.
Brilliant comedian Paige Kellerman cracked me up again this week. Any time you need a laugh, you can count on her to provide it. It’s Not You, It’s Me: A Breakup Letter to Oreos
Baconlube . . . . Ok. You know you’re going to click on it. I know you’re going to click on it. Just do it, and then let’s move on.
Former big food executive Bruce Bradley tells us what big food does to cold-bloodedly target children. Marketing to Kids: Collateral Damage in Big Food’s Profit Hunt
Donna Newton has a marvelous interview with wonderful man and New York Times best selling author, James Rollins. 30 Second Interview with . . . James Rollins!
In the wake of the Penn State sex scandal, Chase McFadden eloquently advocates having those difficult conversations with our children. Why Parents Must Speak of Unspeakable Things
Speaking of parenting, there’s a new book on the market that every parent can relate to. Want Another Bedtime Story, Sweetie? Here’s One: Go the F@#k to Sleep
Emily Cannell reminds us that sometimes people do the right thing. Only in Japan
From Nigel Blackwell’s Garage . . . When Concept Car Plans Go Astray
Delete Your Klout Profile Now. Rohn Jay Miller tells us why.
This is amazing video of a surfer riding a 90 foot wave. And yes. It’s a record.
All the best to all of you for knowing what you’re drinking.
Piper Bayard–The Pale Writer of the Apocalypse