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Review: Absinthe by Winther Renshaw

My review (amazon link)

This book was a breath of fresh air in the ordinary student/ teacher genre – where you’re lust is the main focus and after a few complications then you get a happily-ever-after. 250 weitere Wörter


Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

Oh, absinthe. A few drinks in and all bets are off. Who knows what will happen when you meet the green fairy. Maybe someone will tell you the next day. 243 weitere Wörter


La Maison Fontaine Absinthe Verte 55%

Absinthe gets a bit of hard time doesn’t it? For some it is a deadly concoction still banned for others it’s a cheeky nod to the bohemians and for me, well, it’s a perfect nightcap on a warm summer’s evening (we’ve been lucky in Scotland this year, we’ve had four such evenings). 275 weitere Wörter

Chapter Reveal - Absinthe by Winter Renshaw



“You wanted to see me, Principal Hawthorne?”
I know that voice. I’d know it anywhere.
Glancing up from my desk, I find a girl in skintight athletic leggings and a low-cut tank top standing in my office doorway, her full lips wrapped around a shiny sucker and a familiar electric jade gaze trained on me. 1.069 weitere Wörter

Book Cover Reveals/New Releases

The Bottle Speaks

Absinthe is dreams

Fingers stretch

Mass is lost

Absinthe looms

Melting colors

I never wanted



For Absinthe to take.



Pour a teeny teeny amount in a glass or snifter.

Drip very cold water over a spoon. Let it louche (cloud). If it doesn’t louche, you haven’t added enough water. 39 weitere Wörter


The Green Fairy

After the first glass of absinthe you see things as you wish they were. After the second you see them as they are not. Finally you see things as they really are, and that is the most horrible thing in the world.

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