Quotes about Books & Coffee

MiraclesAtHigherGroundsThis week’s 50 Book Pledge Featured Read is Miracle at the Higher Grounds Cafe by Max Lucado. In Miracle at the Higher Grounds Cafe, protagonist Chelsea takes a bold step out of the limelight and behind the counter of the Higher Grounds Cafe, an old-fashioned coffee shop in dire need of reinvention. Coincidentally Chelsea is also in dire need of reinvention: she’s starting over after a very public split from her NFL superstar husband.

Miracle at the Higher Grounds Cafe is filled with uplifting themes including faith, family and redemption. Sitting at just under 200 pages, it’s the perfect book to pour a cup of coffee and curl up with on a Saturday morning… Because really, is there a better combination than books and coffee? I certainly don’t think so, and here are a few people who agree…

I’m sure a lot of Savvy Reader’s have this in common with Nicholas Sparks’ Safe Haven protagonist:

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I agree with poet R.M. Engelhardt, all I need to survive a rainy day is a good book and a coffee:

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Me too, Abigail Reynolds (author of the Jane Austen-inspired Pemberley Variations series.)

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Anthony Trollope may have originally posed this question in Victorian England, but it’s a question I still consider relevant today:

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That’s my plan this evening too, J.D.:

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And ending on a(n arguably) scientific fact:

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Add Miracle at the Higher Grounds Cafe to your 50 Book Pledge To Read shelf now!

Happy Reading!

Kaiti

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