Apr 3, 2015

Coffee, Comfortable Couch, and Captivating Book #AtoZChallenge

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nullFor bookworms, I believe this is the perfect combination, am I right? *nudge*

Imagine; a delicious cup o’ joe, your favorite (and slightly worn-out) couch, and a book that you simply can’t (or won’t) put down. If this doesn’t sound appealing to you, we need to have a talk.

But I believe that you should have the right drink when reading a good book. So here are a few combination suggestions:

1. Pumpkin Spiced Latte: A sweet coffee mix that is on the indulgent side. Since you’re drinking a cup of sweetness, what better way to complement it than by reading a sweet contemporary romance book like, The Love Game by Emma Hart.

 
2. Caramel Frappe: Another sweet blend that loads of women (aside from me) love. I think this would be perfect with teen or young adult types of book. The Boy Who Sneaks In My Bedroom Window by Kirsty Moseley is one you should check out.

 

3. White Chocolate Latte: For fans of white chocolate or cream, this is perfect. This drink will go well with a good book that you and your BFFs would like. I recommend, The DUFF: Designated Ugly Fat Friend by Kody Keplinger.

 
4. Irish Cream and Coffee: A great cup of coffee with a kick. You can drink this at night, along with a steamy book that will have you biting your lips. You can't go wrong with Beautiful Bastard (and all books in the series) by Christina Lauren.
 

And last but not the least…

5. Simple Coffee Drink: Simpler the better, right? I think having this drink while reading a heartbreaking book is a good idea, yeah? Maybe Love Always, Kate by D. Nicole King would give you the right dose of sadness.


So take your pick, get comfortable, and ENJOY. Happy reading!

 
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16 comments:

  1. So fun! Coffee and books go together for sure!

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  2. Loved your coffee and reading combinations,but I'm more of a 'Potato wafers+Snickers+books' combo kind of girl.What does that say about me? :P

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    1. That you're awesome. :-) a question though, and please don't laugh...what's potato wafers? I refuse to Google it just yet. :P

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    2. That would be potato chips or crisps depending on which side of the Atlantic you are. :)

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    3. Oh God! Yeah, potato chips. Hahaha! I seriously thought potato wafers was a sweet snack involving potatoes, chocolates, and marshmallows. I have no idea where that came from. Hahaha! :-)

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  3. That Pumpkin Spiced Latte sounds seriously awesome :-)

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  4. Coffee was my C as well, only I drank to much to enjoy a comfy couch or a book of any kind.

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    1. Haha! Well, at least we share the same love for coffee. :-)

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  5. I'm not a huge coffee drinker--I'll have the occasional mocha, but that's it--but I agree that certain kinds of drinks go better with certain kinds of books!

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    1. At least I got a point right. :-) haha! Hope you ca give me insight on the beverages you find suited for certain kinds of books. I would love to give it a shot. :-)

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  6. A white chocolate latte sounds wonderful, and I just wrote about The Duff for my 'D' post! Great minds really do think alike! It's nice to meet you through A to Z! I'm your newest follower!

    Julie

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    1. Oohh oohh!! *excited* Thanks so much for following me! Let me visit your site so I can stalk -- I mean follow you too! :-)

      And about the great minds thing...I could not agree more. :-)

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  7. I drink way too much coffee!
    Number 5 captured my attention - simple coffee + a heartbreaker! Perfect combination!
    Though I enjoy my cappuccino... and recently I had a delicious choccoccino or was it a mochachinno? Can't remember now...

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  8. I don't think I've ever tried a Chococcino before. But I would love to!! :) Do you have a recipe you recommend? :D

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