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  • Last reply by Michelle Gwynn Jones
    ...rigade of three met her and escorted her from the car inside.  She made one stop at Izzy’s Creamer and Bakeshop to pick up a coffee shake, double espresso, an indulgence she permitted...
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  • I had heard of the Espresso Book Machine but am grateful for the reminder. This is an awesome story - and I keep meaning to visit the book store when I am in Boston, but I keep f...
  • You should check with McNally Books in New York. They have an Espresso book machine in the store and I believe are connected with the licensing of it.

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  • Crystal: RE this: Also I think I read somewhere that in the future in book stores they would be able to print a book right there and sell it to the buyer. Yes, espresso machines. But they break and they're super expensive so I've heard from most people who've tried them that they're kind of a bust.
  • ...thors. This is not facetious. I mean that every book is as individual as its author. Every book takes its own path--whether it is published on an Espresso (brilliant--books and coffee...
  • ...incidence! I am currently promoting my novel 'The Divorced Lady's Companion to Living in Italy' - a slightly kinky story of rebirth in Milan with espresso and linguistics! I'm a disorg...