Tripio The Novel

How I found my mind, brewed some coffee, and learned to write novels.

A while back I read How Starbucks Saved my Life by Michael Gates Gill. In the interest of full disclosure, I read it out of curiosity, as opposed to organic intellectual interest. In other words, I read it to see how that memoir compared to my historical fiction novel, Tripio. I may offer a full review in a later post. But for now, I will simply offer a comparison of “How” to Tripio, ingeniously using coffee as the yardstick.

How Starbucks Saved my Life = Blonde Roast  How Starbucks Saved My Life: A Son Of Privilege Learns To Live Like Everyone Else By Michael Gates Gill - Used (Very Good, Missing Dust Jacket) -...

Lightly roasted coffee that’s soft, mellow and flavorful. Easy drinking on its own and delicious with milk, sugar or flavored with vanilla, caramel or hazelnut.

Tripio = EspressoTripio a novel: 3 Shots: Starbucks Millionaire, Novelist, or Father? by [Jerome VanSchaik]

A complimentary blend of beans of differing origins: it is intense, deeply flavored and when brewed correctly leaves a lingering sweet aftertaste.

 

 

                                             Starbucks books I have yet to read

From Barista to Boardroom: Lessons about Life and Leadership from a Career in Coffee

 

I am also following up on my intention to find other books about Starbucks. I was curious to see if there were other novel length works of fiction out there with a Starbucks flavor. Ha, ha. I found the list below via Christine McHugh who is a Starbucks alum and author of the soon to be released From Barista to Boardroom. I will admit that I have yet to read any of the titles below expect the aforementioned. I have pre-ordered from Barista to Boardroom after speaking with author by phone. Both Barista and How can be and probably categorized as memoirs. Below are others worth a look that I have yet to read:

 

Coffee for Dummies by Major Cohen

Taking Responsibility: Heart mind and Soul by Jeff Hamill

It’s Not About the Coffee and The Magic Cup both by Howard Behar

Work Freely: Love your Job, Love your Life by Nancy Richardson

The Multiplier Effect of Inclusion by Tony Byers

Female Firebrands by Mikaela Kiner

Steady Work by Karen Guadet

Pour Your Heart into It and From the Ground Up both by Howard Schultz

 

I hope the list if useful!

 

3 thoughts on “Starbucks books for Starbucks fans for Christmas

  1. So far, I only read one Starbucks book

  2. Paul Soreff says:

    Nice list Jerry

  3. bekitschig says:

    That list is longer than expected! — I tend to read books about gnomes to see what the others are up to 🙂

Comment now or think it over-both would be appreciatiated.

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