About the Book
Our first loves, first experiences, and first favorites are sacred grounds.
They shape us in ways our second loves, second experiences, and second favorites do not, and cannot. We go into firsts with our eyes shut, without any reservation, because we don’t know any better, and our firsts become the measuring stick for every love, experience, and favorite afterward—when our eyes are fully open and we are more cautious.
If you enjoyed author Lee Warren’s book of coffee shop essays, “Common Grounds: Contemplations, Confessions, and (Unexpected) Connections from the Coffee Shop,” then you’ll love this second dose of introspection that will take you back to a simpler time in your life.
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What people are saying
After reading "Common Grounds," the author’s first book in this series, I couldn’t wait to read the second. I thoroughly enjoyed the first, but this book drew me in at an even deeper level. Author Lee Warren grabs his reader’s attention with lines like, "My first job was with a shyster.” He shares his story with a combination of wit and warmth that kept me turning pages. -Jeanie J.
What a fun way to reminisce. Reading this book felt like getting a letter from an old friend going over good times. I enjoyed thinking through my own firsts in each category. The short chapters were fast and easy to read. It made it simple to stop and start as I often have to do due to interruptions. Enjoyed it thoroughly! -djforjesus
A fun read that stirs up warm memories of your firsts. Relatable for guys or gals. It's like a visit with a good friend that provides a point of relaxation and refreshment between all of life's stresses. Just the right length to accompany a stop for a cup of my favorite brew, and it would be a perfect gift for a friend too. -Delores Liesner