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July 5, 2007

Hello from Appleton WI

My daughter works at a bookstore...and she knows I LOVE coffee...and mysteries...so.. she gave me for Christmas one year... your first coffee house mystery...which I just enjoyed soooo much. I have purchased each one since..such fun reads. Yesterday..July 3...I bought the new one..and am most eager to read it... especially since seeing something about.. handcuffs. I was hoping more would develop between Clare and Mike !! Recently I discovered a delightful place to visit...the Aspen Coffee and Tea Co.. here in town. A really fun place...to have lunch...read...and enjoy....coffee !

 

Hi Appleton, WI! You sound like one adorable mom--not unlike Clare--and I'm extremely happy that you found the series. A big shout-out to your daughter who works in the bookstore and noticed the books! It's people like your daughter who have helped the series blossom in sales. The series started below the public's radar but booksellers like her started reading them and quietly recommending them to customers. Many thanks to her for that and to you for posting. If I'm ever in your neck of the woods, I'm going to stop by Aspen Coffee and Tea Co to get a cuppa for myself. To steal a phrase from Philip Marlowe "Coffee is my business" -- so it's no surprise that I'm always happy to hear about a cool coffeehouse!  --Cleo Coyle


July 3, 2007

Handcuffs and more, stay tuned!

Hey, Cleo! Just finished your latest book!! can't wait for the next one. I found your coffeehouse series by accident and have loved each one. It will be interesting to see what happens with you and "the handcuffs"

 

Cleo here. I'm so glad you found the series! It's been below the radar, but building slowly over time, and it's readers like you who are helping it grow and succeed. Thank you for reading the books and also for stopping by my "virtual" coffeehouse. As far as those "handcuffs" of Detective Mike Quinn's...you ain't see nothing yet. Clare and Mike are just getting started. Stay tuned for "French Pressed" in 2008! (P.S. For those of you who are wondering "What handcuffs?", the answer is in the epilogue of Decaffeinated Corpse). 

--Cleo Coyle


July 2, 2007

Future Plans

Hi Cleo! I have been reading your coffee house series since the first book. My husband is active duty Air Force (23 years and still serving). Once he retires, we are planning to open our own coffee shop. I love all the great tips in your book and eat them up as I read. We plan on having a couple of book cases in our place so that patrons can come in and relax. Naturally, your books will have priority since they are our main source of OJT at the moment while we are still in the dreaming phase. Please keep the mysteries coming. By the way, any plans to publish them on audio? I love to listen to audibooks while I work. Lora in the UK (for now...lol)

 

Cleo here. Hi, Lora in the UK! God bless your husband for serving in the Air Force and God bless you for the often thankless work of sticking by and constantly worrying about him. I have the utmost respect for anyone serving in the military, especially at this time. And their families deserve every honor. Please stay safe! As to your coffeehouse aspirations, they sound wonderful. Let me know when and if you open and I'll be sure to announce it on this site and link to your Web address. As to audio books, that's something I would love to see done in the future (my sister's a doctor and has very little time to read so audio is her thing too). After next year's release of the 6th Coffeehouse Mystery (French Pressed), the series is moving into hardcover. Audio may be on the horizon as well. We'll see! Thanks for writing! I hope to hear from you again soon.

--Cleo Coyle


June 30, 2007

Hey Cleo! Just Got Your Latest Book!!!!

I can't wait to start it. I had to come down to my grandparents for the weekend and brought it with me. PS.. What's your fav coffee drink? Lori in MO....

 

Cleo here. Hi Lori in MO! Thank you for buying my latest book and keeping me and my husband in coffee beans! My favorite coffee changes with the season, time of day, etc. In general, I like a hot vanilla latte at a coffeehouse (lattes are statistically the most popular drink at American coffeehouses, so I guess I'm in the majority!). In the summer I enjoy frozen coffee fappes. I also enjoy drip brews at home and drink a variety of blends and single-origin beans. One blend I'm enamored with lately is the Magnolia Grill blend, which is made for the Magnolia Grill restaurant in NC by Counter Culture Coffee (I've linked to them in the right column). My favorite Starbucks blend over the years has been Yukon. Your question's great. I'll definitely post more in the future about favorite cups! Thanks for posting, Lori! I hope you like the latest book.

--Cleo Coyle


June 27, 2007

Coffeeshop in McLean, Virginia

I live in Arlington, Virginia but often drop by a great coffeeshop, Greenberry's, in a small shopping center in McLean. The coffee is very good! The place decor is mostly brown wood and some green painted details, lots of interesting mugs and teapots on shelves. I think there are quite a few writers (or students maybe), with laptops who stay there for hours. They also serve tea in a pot if you request it and will make the tea extra strong too! A few shops away is The Old Book Company, which sells a fantastic selection of old books on all subjects, in several languages. And you are allowed to take your coffee into this shop with you, sit on the comfy armchairs and read! So if Greenberry's if full, inside or outside on the patio, you can go to the bookshop. Greenberry's always has a display of framed photographs by local photographers, some who have apparently travelled a great deal. By the way, great books, great site, I can't wait for the next book! Mary

 

Cleo here. Hi Mary! Thank you for telling us about your favorite coffee shop! If I'm ever in McLean, I'll be sure to stop by Greenberry's for a great cuppa J. I LOVE what you said about the Old Book Company letting Greenberry's customers bring their coffee with them to look for a good read. I'm thrilled you like the series, too! Anyone else have a favorite coffeehouse or bookstore they'd like to tell us about? Go for it!

--Cleo Coyle


June 26, 2007

Great Website

Congrats! I'm so excited that there is a website for one of my all time favorite series.


June 19, 2007

Hi Cleo! What's up?!

Nice site. This is fun!
June 16, 2007

Love the site, Cleo!

The site has a great look and feel. I can't wait to see it finished!
June 15, 2007

Hi Cleo

Can't wait for your next book.
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