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Bedside Reading Celebrates Mother’s Day

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Bedside Reading Mother's Day weekend books.

Bedside Reading Mother's Day weekend books.

authorStaff Writer on May 6, 2024

Bedside Reading celebrates Mother’s Day on the East End with a wide variety of complimentary books for moms to enjoy during their getaways to at various inns in the area.

“Give the moms in your life that little extra something that will help her relax with the gift of self-care,” said Jane Ubell-Meyer, Bedside Reading’s founder. “Our Mother’s Day collection provides options for the different interests that our moms have, and we are happy to welcome them through our program at our partner hotels this holiday weekend.”

Mother’s Day weekend titles: “Out of the Darkness” by David Jacinto (historical fiction); “Incurable Optimist: Living With Illness and Chronic Hope” by Jennifer Cramer-Miller (memoir); “The Palace at Dusk” by Angela Terry (women’s fiction); ”And Now There’s Zelda” by Carolyn Clarke (fiction); “Butter, Sugar, Magic: Baking Up a Magical Midlife” by Jessica Rosenberg (fantasy fiction); “Alchemy’s Air” by Stacey Tucker (fantasy fiction); “The Twenty: One Woman’s Trek Across Corsica on the GR20 Trail” by Marianne Bohr (memoir); “The Blue Butterfly” (historical fiction); “About the Carleton Sisters” by Dian Greenwood (women’s fiction).

Books are complimentary and can be found at the following Hamptons hotels and inns — In East Hampton: The Baker House 1650, Mill House Inn, The Maidstone Hotel and Journey East Hampton. In Southampton: Southampton Inn. In Montauk, MARRAM. Additional book weekends are planned to include Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day and select weekends throughout the summer and during the Hamptons International Film Festival weekend. For more information, visit bedsidereading.com.

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