Setting a Tea Reading Table? – #TheBookBlogTrain

“Tea and books – Mmmmm, two of life’s exquisite pleasures that bring together near-bliss.”
– Christine Hanrahan
Drink Tea. Read Books. Be Happy.

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Setting a tea reading table? What does it mean? Is that the question that came to your mind? Well, setting the tea table means the books that you like to read or can while sipping the tea. Isn’t it interesting? Add your favourite books that you wish to read or you read with your favourite tea.

1: Some Motivational/Spiritual books:

You can always opt for some spiritual or motivational book with tea. Isn’t it a great combo? A book that I would recommend is The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho or The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. Well, The power of now Eckhart Tolle as well as Who will cry when you die by Robin Sharma is also in the list. You can also add Life’s amazing secrets by Gaur Gopal Das.

2: Reading your favourite Genre:

Your Favourite tea and favourite book is all you need to make it a good day ;)

Picking up a book with your favourite genre is the best thing to do when it comes to a tea table. Well, which genre you likes the most?

3: Re-Reading your favourite book:

How about re-reading the book that you loved once? yes, it’s a perfect setting for the tea table. The books that I would like to re-read are A LONG WAY HOME BY MITALI MEELAN and TAKE A CHANCE ON ME BY SAPNA BHOG

4: Read some Graphic Novels:

Reading a novel with some wonderful graphics and sipping the tea is the best way to cheer up! Isn’t it? Some Graphic novels that you can read are To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Indira by Devapriya Roy.

5: Poetry with Tea:

Nothing can beat this! Reading poetry and having tea. It’s the best combination one can have, isn’t it? Well, some books that you can pick up are books by Lang Leav, Nikita Gill, Rupi Kaur.


6: An Interesting heavy read:

Well, nothing can beat the book that gives you hangover. Get ready to sip the cold tea, because an interesting book will make you forget about it. Tell me a book that you would love to read, and forget everything. A thriller or mystery? or a Romance read?

7: Romance with Tea:

How about reading Romance while having tea? Isn’t it a wonderful partnership? Set your tea table with some wonderful romance reads. I would recommend THE POISON OF LOVE BY K.R. MEERA 

8: Some Light reads:

Setting your table with some light and quick reads is all you need after an amazing day. Recommending some light reads that you’ll love to read.


Well, There are so many books and so less Time.

How would you like to set your Tea Table? Add some recommendations in comments.

This article is written as a part of #Thebookblogtrain conducted by Vidhya Thakkar and Siddhi Palande powered by Rupa Publishers and Tea Treasure should not be repurposed, republished or used otherwise. The content herein is owned by the blogger. Hosts are not responsible for any infringement caused.”

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This Post Has 28 Comments

  1. Siddhi

    Loved reading this post. Absolutely on point.

    1. vidhya thakkar

      Thank youuu

      1. Maya Bhat

        Poetry with tea sounds so royal to me. ? I am not much of a poetry person. Well I should say I don’t get the meaning sometimes. ?

        1. vidhya thakkar


  2. Novemberschild

    Nothing beats the combination of poetry and tea/coffee for me!

    1. vidhya thakkar


  3. Moumita

    I can feel the tea lover within you ?

    1. vidhya thakkar

      hahah a big one!

  4. Avni Jain

    Loved reading this post!☺️♥️

  5. Chresann D'souza

    A good and an informative article

  6. Sanjota

    I can read anything with Tea (Except spiritual books :p). I generally read fiction stories a lot.

  7. Chresann D'souza

    A nice and thoughtful post !

  8. Anvesha

    Nice post …Hoping that after reading your post I may succeed to make reading table for me.

  9. Deepika

    I love my ginger tea with my favourite books or when I am in the mood of writing.I like the post and your every detailing.

  10. Siddhi

    You have broken down the concept quite well.

  11. Sreevas

    Reading and Tea have always linked to each other. By the way, most of the stories would have been born from just a cup of tea.

    1. vidhya thakkar


  12. Jameela quilonwala

    Hey yes setting up a tea table while reading is a wonderful idea n both goes so pretty well with one another, n Ur write up definitely made me crave for a setting up a beautiful tea table along with freshly baked cookies…?


    Loved reading this blog, though I’m more of a coffee person but It doesn’t matter. As long as you are reading a good book, you can drink whatever you want! :p Keep writing like this.

  14. Ujjwal mishra

    Amazing way of putting things across. . I am a tea lover

    1. vidhya thakkar

      Thank youuu

  15. Sudarshan

    I am really enlightened with many superb ideas after reading your blog Viddhya! Esp. the Romance with area section took away my heart!! Will try them soon!

    1. vidhya thakkar

      Thank youuu

  16. Ankita Arora

    Amazing blog. I myself love trying different organic and herbal teas while reading :D

  17. mylittleduniya

    Tea and me are always the lovely pair and the addition of books is super great. Loved this post.

    1. vidhya thakkar

      Thank youuu

  18. Preeti

    My favourite genre and a piping hot cup of coffee, with the morning sun peeping through my windows or the evening shadows playing hide and seek with my reading lamp nearby… At that moment, Life is bliss. Great Post!

  19. Sruthy Pisharady

    I am a coffee person so I will consider this for a coffee table. Great suggestions.

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