The Coffee House

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A very short fictional story. A person, who may be male or female, often passes a very interesting looking premises and when they do, they always smell coffee. The smell is divine and enticing. They wonder about the people that come and go from the coffee house and wonder what sort of coffee is being enjoyed. Is it latte, mocha, cappuccino or espresso? Will they ever go inside? More
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Words: 630
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476056111
About Libby O'Neill

I am an Australian fiction writer and artist.
Originally from Maitland, near Newcastle, I have lived in Central West NSW for more than thirty years. Many things inspire my creative pursuits - my life experiences, country and coastal locations and travel. One of the hardest things when writing is choosing the right name for characters.
In 2012, I self-published one of my novels called The Jasper Plate. This novel is available for purchase as a paperback, a hard-cover book and also as an ebook.
Online, visit The Book Depository, Amazon or the Xlibris online bookstore to order, or order from any good bookstore. Links to two of these sites and more information about the book can be found on my website.

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Review by: Mae Endy on Aug. 26, 2012 :
I thoroughly enjoyed this short story as much as I enjoy my morning cup of coffee. Great work.
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