Those Comfort Books on Your Bedside Table by Joanna D’Angelo


mister-mm_450Okay, I must admit that I enjoy reading when I’m settling in for the night, and getting cozy in bed. There are times when I’ll  reach for a book that I’ve already read. I just want to read a passage or a chapter that resonates with me, or gives me comfort, or just makes me smile.

I might want to re-read an illuminating chapter in The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg (explores the science of habit formation – and even though it’s not a self-help book I found this book really helpful to me in so many ways).

Or I might tuck into my my much-loved (and dog-eared) copy of Julie Garwood’s Ransom (just to read the hilarious and sweet dialogue between the hero and heroine). I love those Scottish medieval romances!

Or I might thumb through Julia Quinn’s Romancing Mister Bridgerton (my favourite of the Bridgerton books and one of my favourite Regency romances ever). Why? Many reasons, one of which is that that the hero and heroine are friends.

For comfort, I have to hold the book in my hands. No e-books. Sorry, but that’s just how I roll.

So what do you read at night or for comfort? What are your go-to books for bed-time reading?

Happy Reading!

Joanna D’Angelo is Editor in Chief at Lachesis Publishing. She loves Cinnamon Dolce Lattes, a good book, and more good books.

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