Tea Book Reviews

Completely off the Topic of Tea


User avatar
Apr 9th, '08, 10:10
Posts: 489
Joined: Feb 2nd, '08

Tea Book Reviews

by TimeforTea » Apr 9th, '08, 10:10

I've seen a couple of topics involving tea book recommendations. How about having a teachat forum specifically for tea book reviews? Perhaps it can also include tea magazine reviews, too.

User avatar
Apr 9th, '08, 10:49
Posts: 2004
Joined: Apr 6th, '08
Location: British Columbia, Canada
Contact: chamekke

Re: Tea Book Reviews

by chamekke » Apr 9th, '08, 10:49

Teasweetie wrote:I've seen a couple of topics involving tea book recommendations. How about having a teachat forum specifically for tea book reviews? Perhaps it can also include tea magazine reviews, too.


That's a great idea!

I vote Yes :)

User avatar
Apr 9th, '08, 14:43
Posts: 1644
Joined: Dec 20th, '06

by Mary R » Apr 9th, '08, 14:43

It's a fantastic idea, and the moderators will take it into consideration. We've been a little concerned as of late that there might just be too many forums...but that's why the computer geniuses invented scrolling, eh?

User avatar
Apr 9th, '08, 14:51
Posts: 340
Joined: Jan 27th, '08
Location: Houston, TX
Contact: Sam.

by Sam. » Apr 9th, '08, 14:51

There are tea magazines? What are their names? I might want to subscribe!

User avatar
Apr 9th, '08, 14:55
Posts: 3375
Joined: Feb 8th, '08
Location: France

by olivierco » Apr 9th, '08, 14:55

scarrell wrote:There are tea magazines? What are their names? I might want to subscribe!


http://the-leaf.org/

User avatar
Apr 9th, '08, 15:12
Posts: 2004
Joined: Apr 6th, '08
Location: British Columbia, Canada
Contact: chamekke

by chamekke » Apr 9th, '08, 15:12

I guess we could use the Misc > Other forum. It doesn't have to have its own forum. It would be nice if the topic could be pinned, though. On the other hand, I'm not sure this forum has that functionality.

User avatar
Apr 9th, '08, 15:25
Posts: 536
Joined: Mar 23rd, '07
Location: dirty Jersey.
Contact: xine

by xine » Apr 9th, '08, 15:25


User avatar
Apr 9th, '08, 15:52
Mod/Admin
Posts: 22834
Joined: Apr 22nd, '06
Scrolling: scrolling
Location: Back in the TeaCave atop Mt. Fuji

by Chip » Apr 9th, '08, 15:52

chamekke wrote:I guess we could use the Misc > Other forum. It doesn't have to have its own forum. It would be nice if the topic could be pinned, though. On the other hand, I'm not sure this forum has that functionality.


We have the technology :lol:

The mods are discussing this subject. We have some reservations about creating a whole new forum because we already have too many IMHO. I suggest possibly making a continuous thread for books, etc under TeaCritic...seems like a good place since it was partly formed for reviews.

The thread could be pinned "sticky" or Information which would keep it at the top.

This would be a place to start, but your opinions would be helpful.

User avatar
Apr 9th, '08, 21:45
Posts: 489
Joined: Feb 2nd, '08

by TimeforTea » Apr 9th, '08, 21:45

Chip wrote:
chamekke wrote:I guess we could use the Misc > Other forum. It doesn't have to have its own forum. It would be nice if the topic could be pinned, though. On the other hand, I'm not sure this forum has that functionality.


We have the technology :lol:

The mods are discussing this subject. We have some reservations about creating a whole new forum because we already have too many IMHO. I suggest possibly making a continuous thread for books, etc under TeaCritic...seems like a good place since it was partly formed for reviews.

The thread could be pinned "sticky" or Information which would keep it at the top.

This would be a place to start, but your opinions would be helpful.


Actually, I like the idea of keeping it as a thread with a "sticky". I guess something like tea books and tea magazines really would not have enough information to devote to an entire forum. However, it would be nice to have something like this in one place for when people type "tea book" or "tea magazine" in the search box. :D

User avatar
Apr 9th, '08, 23:48
Posts: 1644
Joined: Dec 20th, '06

by Mary R » Apr 9th, '08, 23:48

All right, we'll give this a go and see how it evolves. You may find a stickied thread for the topic here.

+ Post Reply