Virginia Woolf: Cottage Loaf. This is a link to a blog that couples writers and food. I was so happy to see this recipe from Virginia Woolf. The writer says this about herself on her About page: Part historical discussion, part food and recipe blog, part literary fangirl-ing, Paper and Salt attempts to recreate and reinterpret the dishes that iconic authors discuss in their letters, diaries, essays, and fiction. Nicole is a voracious consumer of both food and literature. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, she currently cooks in a very small… Read more A Short List of Likes for Late January →
I am as happy as a child waking up to snow-covered landscape as I did this morning. No need to think of work, driving, black ice. Instead, I went out… Read more When it snows in winter →
We gave our mom an iPad for Mother’s Day. She has begun to experiment with photographs and I had to share them!
Our Aunt Meterling stood over six feet tall, a giantess, a tree. From her limbs came large hands, which always held a shower of snacks for us children. We could place two of our feet in one of her sandals, and her green shawl made a roof to cover our play forts. We loved Meterling, because she was so devotedly freakish, because she rained everyone with affection, and because we felt that anyone that tall had to be supernaturally gifted…. Dear Friends, In one month, my novel, As Sweet As… Read more One More Month to Go! →
Dancing with joy at this lovely starred Kirkus review for As Sweet As Honey: http://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/indira-ganesan/sweet-as-honey/ (review text below) Reading The Marriage Plot; When I Was Cool; Lake People; & Tree Barking! But, oh,… Read more Books, Cheer, New Year →