Coffee & Books

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HAPPINESS IS…

There are few things that bring me as much pleasure as seeing lots of books and smelling the smell of coffee. I think that’s one of the greatest appeals to bookstores with coffee shops in them; the two intertwine and make you want to sip and read.

It’s still early in January, and it’s not too late to make a resolution to read some good books this year.

We haven’t talked about books much in a while, so this is a great place to let us know what we should read. Also, feel free to share your favorite coffees and brands. My Keurig can’t get enough of Golden French Toast, Kahlua, and Hazelnut Coffee.Hazelnut

Here’s what’s on my list. If you have a minute and care to share what books you have lined up, please do so. Or feel free to share something we shouldn’t miss.

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Steph’s ImmediateReading List

The Kitchen House (reading for my book club) — Kathleen Grissom

The Time Keeper — Mitch Albom

The Lost Wife — Alyson Richman

The Art of Fielding — Chad Harbach

Blessings — Anna Quindlen

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children — Ransom Riggs

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4 thoughts on “Coffee & Books

  1. Well..while I’m getting to know my new Keurig, I still love a good cuppa’ tea while I’m curled up with a good read. (Of course, a lovely scone with jam and clotted cream is always welcome!) Mom

  2. The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey, Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman or Moonflower Vine by Jetta Carleton are all EXCELLENT books – great stories and very well written. Is Everyone Hanging Out without Me? by Mindy Kaling is pretty funny and a great audio book read by her!

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