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Welcome to Art, Books, & Coffee!

This is a place to share books, art finds, great quotes, and anything that has to do with art, books, and coffee. So, take a look around and join in the conversation! And if we are all highly caffeinated while doing it…then so be it!

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Book Review for The Day I Died by Lori Rader-Day

Book Review for The Day I Died by Lori Rader-Day
THE DAY I DIED is they type of mystery that pulls you in slowly until you are halfway through and completely addicted. With ever passing page, the author reveals another element of the crime all the while enriching the back stories of her characters. There is an element of grit and fear in this book...
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Book Review for THE WHOLE THING TOGETHER by Ann Brashares

Book Review for THE WHOLE THING TOGETHER by Ann Brashares
  THE WHOLE THING TOGETHER is a wonderfully written story about family, love, and what happens when secrets come to the surface. Brashares manages to capture the dynamic of a fractured family with a distinctive and fresh take on the subject. The place where this book shines for me is in its cha...
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Book Review for Geekerella: A Fangirl Fairy Tale by Ashley Poston

Book Review for Geekerella: A Fangirl Fairy Tale by Ashley Poston
Fun, amusing, and geeky in the best way possible. In a unique take on the classic tale of Cinderella , Ashley Poston gives us all a modern day reimagining filled with humor, heart, and all the cosplay one could possibly want. Her writing effortlessly incorporates modern culture all the while staying...
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Book Review for Gone Without a Trace by Mary Torjussen

Book Review for Gone Without a Trace by Mary Torjussen
Filled with secrets, lies, and a shocking ending, GONE WITHOUT A TRACE is one of those books that you think is going to go one place, takes a left turn, and ends up catching you completely off guard. Mary Torjussen unravels the story in such a way that slowly pulls you in. Without realizing it, you ...
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Book Review for MISS YOU by Kate Eberlen

Book Review for MISS YOU by Kate Eberlen
MISS YOU is a heartfelt looking into two people’s lives as they go through their daily struggles, suffer loss, and decide open their hearts to love again. Though, this book turned out to be different then what I expected, I have to say that I truly enjoyed this witty, moving, and sincere story. I lo...
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Blog Tour & Book Review for FAITHLESS by Kjell Ola Dahl

Blog Tour & Book Review for FAITHLESS by Kjell Ola Dahl
I have been on a Nordic mystery and thriller kick lately, so when I heard about FAITHLESS by Kjell Ola Dahl, I was really excited have the chance to read it. The book is a slow-burning mystery that concentrates heavily on police procedure. In fact, it is the investigation aspects and the way that th...
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Book Review for A SIMPLE FAVOR by Darcey Bell

Book Review for A SIMPLE FAVOR by Darcey Bell
With lies, mind games, and at times some sarcastic humor, A SIMPLE FAVOR is a domestic thriller that will keep on the edge of your seat while asking which one of these deeply flawed characters is telling the truth. Bell’s debut novel intertwines the darkness that can lie within the human heart with ...
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Book Review for I'm Traveling Alone by Samuel Bjork

Book Review for I'm Traveling Alone by Samuel Bjork
I’M TRAVELING ALONE is an edgy, suspenseful, and thrilling crime novel that shows what good noir can truly be. In all honesty, there isn’t one aspect of this novel that I didn’t love. While reading, I devoured the pages as if I were on the hunt for the killer myself. With complex and deeply flawed c...
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Book Review for EVERY WILD HEART by Meg Donohue

Book Review for EVERY WILD HEART by Meg Donohue
EVERY WILD HEART is one of those books that balances the emotion and family dynamics along with a hint of mystery that is threaded throughout. What I loved the most about this story is the evolution of Gail (the mother) and Nic (the daughter). Their relationship with each other and those around them...
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Book Review for The Mermaid's Daughter by Ann Claycomb

Book Review for The Mermaid's Daughter by Ann Claycomb
THE MERMAID’S DAUGHTER is part love story, part fairy tale, and part magical retelling of the classic tale of the “The Little Mermaid”. It is a beautifully dark and passionate re-imagining which is only enhanced by the eloquence of the author’s words. The well developed characters and their relation...
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