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Bedside Reading Welcomes Winter with New Cozy Reads

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The December 15 Bedside Reading titles.

The December 15 Bedside Reading titles.

The December 15 Bedside Reading titles.

The December 15 Bedside Reading titles.

authorStaff Writer on Dec 10, 2023

Sitting around the fireplace and drinking warm cocoa, topped off with a good book is what Bedside Reading is all about this winter season. A new collection of books by new authors in different genres will arrive in the Hamptons during the December 15 weekend and be available for hotel guests staying at select inns on the East End.

“Cozying up with a good book as the weather turns colder is the best time to discover new authors,” said Jane Ubell-Meyer, founder of Bedside Reading. “And, with Bedside Reading’s winter book collection found at our partner hotels this week, now is a good time to start whether it’s a physical book or on an electronic device.”

December 15 books include: “Underwater Daughter” by Antonia Deignan (memoir); “Who Made That Sound?” by Florenza Lee (children’s); “Mary Whitcombe” by Valerie Nifora (historical fiction); “The 7 Secrets to Creating a Life You Love” by Monique de Maio (self-empowerment); “A Deeper Connection” by John Sherrodd (conflict resolution).

Bedside Reading’s e-books, audiobooks, and physical books are always complimentary and can be found at the following Hamptons hotels and inns: Mill House Inn, the Maidstone, Southampton Inn, 1708 House, Marram Montauk, Journey East Hampton, Topping Rose House and Baker House 1650. Founded in 2017, Bedside Reading provides bestselling books in hotels internationally and partners with the world’s leading publishers, independent publishers, and authors.

For more information, visit bedsidereading.com.

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