Not long now! I get so excited when it gets so close. I’ve known Tessa and Sam (oh, you will love her father!) and Vince and Natalie (darling, troubled Natalie) for more than two years. Very happy for you to be able to finally meet them. Here’s my favorite review of the week, from the […]
First, before I forget, if you want a chance to win a collection of gourmet salts, go to barbaraoneal.com and post a favorite food from childhood. Let’s talk about books one more time before Christmas, shall we? What are you reading and recommending to others this year? What are some of your favorite reads of […]
Happy to report The Lost Recipe For Happiness made the list. In: Beach reads for foodies; A menu of summer treats to sate your literary hunger, Dianna Marder writes: “The perfect foodie beach bag contains prime kitchen lit: books on food history, essays on sustainability, food-centric fiction (call it foodtion), and sentimental food memoirs, or […]
The Gazette Telegraph’s book columnist had some lovely things to say about The Lost Recipe For Happiness: http://anitalaydonmiller.blogspot.com/ I should add that she most graciously interviewed me and read my book open-mindedly even though I accidentally blindsided her in a blog I wrote for RTB. Thanks, Anita. A lady and a scholar.
I love this review. It was as if she looked right into my heart and saw exactly why I wrote the book: From the Tattered Cover, in Denver: The Lost Recipe for Happiness by Barbara O’Neal reviewed by Jackie, TC Lodo staffer This is not Sex in the City chic lit–this one actually has some […]