More than Coffee

More than Coffee – Lauren Scott – Book Release

I am excited to share the release of my dear friend, Lauren Scott’s, new book,Β “More than Coffee: Memories in Verse and Prose.”

Lauren is a lovely soul who lives and writes from her heart. I knew you would like to hear about her latest release and share with me in wishing her every success with More than Coffee.

BOOK BLURB:

From the early woes of childhood and teen years, this collection of stories and poems paints a picture of young dreams and fears. But as adulthood sets in, these dreams and fears change. More than Coffee touches on love and loss, nature and endurance, marriage and parenting. In these memories, humor diffuses fear and taking risks proves to be a powerful method in boosting self-confidence. Through it all, whether in the wilderness near a sparkling lake or in the comfort of home, there’s nothing like a good cup of coffee. A poignant and reflective collection of verse and prose that is best enjoyed sipping your favorite coffee roast.

If you would like to purchase the paperback or ebook, below are the links:

US:Β Amazon: More than Coffee: Memories in Verse and Prose.

UK: Amazon: More than Coffee: Memories in Verse and Prose.

Lauren is a writer of poetry and short memoirs who lives in Northern California with her husband of thirty-two years, Matthew, and their energetic canine, Copper; they have two grown children. She has authored two collections of poetry: New Day, New Dreams (2013) and Finding a Balance (2015). Among other topics, Lauren writes about her experiences on raising a family, grieving through loss, finding joy in the smallest things, and her many backpacking and camping adventures.

You can connect with Lauren on her Baydreamer blog:-

All sparkly best, Lauren, with much love. <3

48 thoughts on “More than Coffee – Lauren Scott – Book Release”

  1. Thanks so much, Jane, for helping with the promotion of my book. Your amazing support is greatly appreciated!
    Much love and many hugs, dear friend. πŸ’žπŸ’ž

    1. Thanks so much, Robbie, and I’m thrilled you’ll be reading my book. I hope you enjoy and I appreciate your support. ‘Behind Closed Doors’ is on its way and I look forward to reading your poetry as well. πŸ’•

      1. I love poetry, Lauren. I host a monthly Treasuring Poetry series about poets and their books. I would love to have you as my November guest and share a post about your thoughts on poetry and my review of your book. If you are interested, please email me at sirchoc[at]outlook[dot]com. Thanks for your support of my book too.

It is always lovely to hear from you:

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