There’s something to be said about earning your afternoon tea. When you walk for miles all over London in cold weather, you can work a big appetite. Even in rainy weather, London is more magical than ever when you explore the sites of the All Souls Trilogy with a kindred spirit. And afternoon tea at The Wolseley tastes better when you’re in the company of a foodie that can tell you all about the tea sandwiches. The whole experience is truly a double treat!
At first, we wanted to write a review about The World Of All Souls, but had to change plans, because how do write a review about a book you want to hug? Well, it would be awkward, so we decided to list our Top 10 favorite finds.
But first thing first. Who’s this book for? This question is easy to answer. If you fit one of these profiles, The World Of All Souls is for you.
Sol in Taurus—The Bull governeth money, credit, debts, and gifts. While the sun is in Taurus, deal with unfinished business. Settle your affaires, lest they trouble you later. Should you receive an unexpected reward, invest it for the future.
Anonymous English Commonplace Book, c. 1590, Gonçalves Manuscript 4890, f. 7 v
On May 8th, under the sign of the Taurus, a new gift from Team Harkness is born. Its full name is THE WORLD OF ALL SOULS.
The wonderful authors, Claire Baldwin, Lisa Halttunen, and Jill Hough, and the magnificent artist, Colleen Madden, shared the creative process of putting the book together, what surprised them the most, what is like working with Deborah, and a lot more!
The excitement for the new illustrated guide, The World Of All Souls is mounting. We’re only two days away from the publication in the US and the UK and a giveaway is a fun way to celebrate this must-have masterpiece.