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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 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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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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Blog Tour: TOO HOT TO HANDLE by Tessa Bailey

Blog Tour: TOO HOT TO HANDLE by Tessa Bailey
Previously released as an eBook in May 2016, the first book in Tessa Bailey’s Romancing the Clarksons series is now available in print for the first time! When rescue looks like a whole lot of trouble . . . The road trip was definitely a bad idea. Having already flambéed her culinary career beyond r...
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Book Review by The Year We Turned Forty by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke

Book Review by The Year We Turned Forty by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke
Who doesn't wish that they could have a re-do? I know I would love that...if not to correct some fashion mistakes in my past. In THE YEAR WE TURNED FORTY, the characters have a chance to change the way their lives turned out. Filled with regret, the women in this book make an unlikely journey back i...
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Book Review for The Ramblers by Aidan Donnelley Rowley

Book Review for The Ramblers by Aidan Donnelley Rowley
  Rowley gives her readers a vibrant, honest, hopeful, and sometimes humorous look into a group of friends in New York City. THE RAMBLERS is a book about friends, love, New York City, and birds. This is what you will be getting from me in the about the book part of this review. Honestly, there ...
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Cover Reveal for WHEN IT HITS THE FAN by Victoria Colotta

Cover Reveal for when it hits the fan

 

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Book Review for WHO'S THAT GIRL? by Mhairi McFarlane

Book Review for WHO'S THAT GIRL? by Mhairi McFarlane
Who’s That Girl? is a fun, witty, and fresh look at one woman’s discovery to who she really is. From beginning to end, this book kept a smile on my face. Since I first heard about Who’s That Girl? , I was excited. I have wanted to read something by the author for a while and couldn’t think of a bett...
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Book Review for All the Time in the World by Caroline Angell

Book Review for All the Time in the World by Caroline Angell
All the Time in the World is a beautifully written debut novel that chronicles on woman’s journey to becoming who she was always meant to be. Through circumstance and choices the reader is given a earnest and poignant story that will pull at your heartstrings. This book is about love, loss, and copi...
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Book Review: Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld

Book Review: Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld
Delightful. Quick-Witted. Positively Enjoyable. This modern retelling of Jane Austen’s classic honors the original while still giving us all a completely fresh story by incorporating 21st century issues. It is no secret that I love long loved the tale of Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet. This is why w...
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