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2.05.2014

Book update, housekeeping, la la la

It is with pleasure, great relief, and even greater trepidation that I can FINALLY say that Delancey, my second book, will be published in three months and one day.


Right! Three months and one day sounds like an eternity. An age. But we’re closer than we were a month ago! Look at it that way. That’s the way I look at it in my better moments, the ones when I’m not staring at the clock.

In the meantime, I get to present to you the book trailer, or video, or whatever you call it, for Delancey. My publisher and the video team did a beautiful job! Granted, I am not exactly what one would call at ease in front of a camera, but aside from the fact that I blinked so much that one might think my eyeball was about to fall out, I’m very happy with it. I should also tell you, while we’re on the subject, that Delancey is available for pre-order. And when it comes out, I’ll be doing readings and signings across the country. Planning is underway! More to come!


I am also tickled - and turning into my grandmother, as evidenced by my use of the word "tickled" - to learn that my first book, A Homemade Life, was chosen as a Kindle Monthly 100 Pick for February.  That means that the Kindle edition is crazily cheap - $1.99 - throughout the month of February. And because they were feeling nice, my publisher updated it to include a sample chapter of Delancey, too, at the very end. I love that they did that. I don’t have a Kindle, and believe me, I am quite familiar with A Homemade Life, but still, I bought it tonight and had it sent to our iPad, just so I could check it out. I’m living large.


It also recently occurred to me that some of you may not know that Brandon and I have been writing a column on craft cocktails for Food52?  Or, I don’t know, maybe you know? In any case, we post there every other Thursday, which adds up to a lot of cocktails already. The next post will go up tomorrow. I try not to play favorites, but what the hell: my favorite is the unlikely-seeming Negroni Flip. And in moments when that feels like too much work, I find it hard to beat a Campari Shandy.


Somewhat, or maybe mostly, off-topic: I watched the documentary Pearl Jam Twenty for the second time last week, and I have to insist that if you haven’t seen it, and if you have even vaguely fond memories of the hard rock bands of the early '90s, or even if you don’t, you should watch it.  I streamed it on Netflix, but it also seems to be available as a 12-part series on YouTube. It’s directed by Cameron Crowe, and it’s wonderful, and I say that as someone who has always, actually, leaned more Nirvana than Pearl Jam. PJ20 is as much about Seattle, my adopted city, as it is about Pearl Jam, and one thing I particularly love about the film is its exploration of the unusual tradition of collaboration, rather than competition, between Seattle bands.  Brandon and I have experienced the same phenomenon in the restaurant business here - and I write a bit about it in Delancey - and I don’t know, but the whole film is just very inspiring. Brandon is going to kill me for publicly admitting what losers we are, but both he and I choked up the first time we watched it.

Last, but not least, I was invited to deliver the keynote speech at Food Blog South in Birmingham, Alabama, at the end of January, and yesterday, the esteemed Dianne Jacob posted an excerpt from my talk. Being asked to give the speech forced me to think through my gut feelings about writing and creativity - so many ideas and decisions that I don’t usually take the time to articulate, even to myself - and now that the anxiety of the actual talk is behind me, I’m happy to have those thoughts on paper, and grateful to Dianne for her interest in sharing them.

Happy Thursday, all.

90 Comments:

Blogger MarcyK said...

Thanks for the tip on the Kindle deal! I just ordered it and look forward to reading it.

10:30 PM, February 05, 2014  
Anonymous Kate said...

I bought myself a hard copy of your book for Christmas & loved it. As soon as our boiling Australian summer is over and I can turn on the oven I will be making your wedding chocolate cake! Looking forward to reading Delancey

11:42 PM, February 05, 2014  
Anonymous Luisa said...

Love the video, pretty lady! xo

12:15 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous www said...

Ooh, I can't wait to read the book! How you've managed to open are stuart, become a mother and write a book in such a short space of time is incredible.
Congratulations.......

12:23 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Cherise said...

I'm still seeing $15.75 as the Kindle price for A Homemade Life, but I think that might be because I don't live in the USA. Bummer. Oh well, I've already read it anyway. Looking forward to Delancey!

12:25 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Grace said...

I look forward to reading Delancey and finally dining there in June! My friend is having a traditional Cambodian wedding in Seattle and pizza will be a nice counterpoint to the amazing Southeast food and tradition.

12:49 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Mojca said...

Molly, as always it's good to read from you. Saw Dianne's post and have to say your talk was very inspiring. Been reading your posts for years and it's nice to see how your life/you change and grow with time, as we all do.

Thanks for the Kindle tip! Sadly, it does not apply to those of us in the UK. Never mind...

Keep writing and keep cooking. All the best with your next book!

1:06 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Maja said...

How exciting for you! Have fun on the tour!

1:32 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Katherine said...

Hey Molly, you might want to check out the BBC's recent 3-part documentary on the history of American Rock - Born to be Wild - each episode is about a different decade and it's as much about the culture the music came out of as the musicians themselves. It's gone from iPlayer (BBC download site) but is on YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkoXqXAGvkE. It provided three happy evenings for me and my boyfriend. Particularly my boyfriend.

3:46 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger maria said...

Congratulations :) m.

3:46 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Misty said...

It does feel an eternity away, but I can't wait! I just pulled out your other book to reread as it is my all time fave! I have ginger to bake brownies as well... Because the two go together. :)

I do hope your tour brings you to Michigan!

4:17 AM, February 06, 2014  
OpenID rainydayinmay.com said...

It does feel an eternity away, but I can't wait! I just pulled out your other book to reread as it is my all time fave! I have ginger to bake brownies as well... Because the two go together. :)

I do hope your tour brings you to Michigan!

4:19 AM, February 06, 2014  
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4:21 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger AuntieAllyn said...

The book video is excellent! I've already pre-ordered the book, but now I'm tempted to fly to Seattle and have dinner at Delancey. I'll get there one of these days! In the meantime, I wish you continued success with both the restaurant and your writing.

4:22 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Candice said...

Ooh, love the Kindle deal! I think someone I know borrowed my A Homemade Life and didn't return it (loved it too much!). I can't wait for Delancey to come out.

4:46 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Monica said...

Loved the video, Molly! I'm really interested in the book and look forward to reading about your journey in starting the restaurant! It must have been quite a trip! Very exciting!! : )

4:50 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Mel said...

This is so exciting! I plan to order A Homemade Life in preparation for Delancey. I want to read it and then I know the perfect person to pass it onto as a gift.

Thanks for sharing!

5:16 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger slip4 said...

I loved your first book and can't wait to read Delancey! I think you looked very comfortable in the trailer, like you were talking to a customer at the restaurant.

5:17 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Margarita Larrazabal said...

I loved the trailer! I've only been to Delancey once because we used to live in Eastern Washington. But, when we took a trip to the Olympic Peninsula then Seattle, I wanted to make sure we didn't miss Delancey. We almost didn't make it coz the cars lined up for the ferry was insane, but it just so happened that on that particular night, you were open late to celebrate Delancey's birthday. We went there stinky and grubby from camping for days and the wait was half an hour, which was just enough time to drive to our B and B, shower, and come back. The hostess was so sweet and the best part was meeting you. You were very pregnant with June and you were so lovely, I was enamored with you! I still am. A Homemade Life is one of my favorite books and I cook from it often! Delancey is a great place, fabulous pizza! And the cake you served everyone that night was amazing. You're a great writer Molly and you inspire me. Keep up the good work! P.S. Your Brandon is a cutie.

5:53 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous amber | for the love of the south said...

Molly,
I am so happy Diane posted your lovely speech online! It was truly inspiring. Thank you so much for sharing your stories with the rest of the world. Like I told you before in person, reading your stories makes me feel like we are actually having a conversation. That's a true gift!
x
Amber

6:32 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Ileana said...

Ordering the Kindle version of A Homemade Life today! :)

And I hope your Delancey book tour brings you to Tampa, Fla. or at least nearby.

6:59 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Laura Vein said...

Loved meeting you after FBS! And your keynote address was my favorite portion of the conference. Even though I already own the hardcover version of "A Homemade Life," I may have to get the kindle version just for the included chapter of "Delancey" --I am so looking forward to it's May release!

7:08 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger lucinda smith said...

eeep! so so SO excited to read delancy - been waiting on pins and needles here. i love your writing. you're "voice" is familiar and actually even reminds me a bit of my older sister who lives abroad so i sometimes feel it's her "talking" when i read your blog. anyway.

www.currenttempo.com

7:22 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Kate said...

Just dropping by to say I read your talk from Diane Jacob's post. I think about many of the same things while working in the design and architecture field, as well as while blogging & writing for myself. So this excerpt resonated with me, not least because your example of 'following your nose' has certainly softened the anxiety around my own life decisions (coincidentally also grad school related). Thanks for articulating. It's very nice to hear the working perspective from some one who is evidently invested in what she does and who thinks about how she grows. Your storytelling is very special and it certainly speaks for itself. Can't wait to receive Delancey.

Oh, and yes, *definitely* Nirvana above Pearl Jam, although I have many nostalgic moments connected to PJ thanks to an ex boyfriend.

7:30 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger La Petite Aubergine said...

so exciting molly! i have been a long time reader of your blog. loved your first book - it is worn and loved from all the rereading and cooking that has happened! i think i have made your banana chocolate bread dozens of times in the last few years. so happy for you and your family and excited for your new book!

7:32 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Zoomie said...

Fun insights, my dear, and wonderful news that I can go advance order several copies of Delancey! Congratulations!

7:51 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Magda said...

You motivated me to install Kindle on my PC and to buy your book :-) Can't wait to start the reading, hopefully this evening

7:54 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Carlinne @Cook with 2 Chicks said...

Congratulations! Three months will fly by. I hope :)

8:15 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hope you will come home again for your book tour!! Full Circle again??

8:15 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Alison said...

Took advantage of the Kindle sale and grabbed a copy, which has been on my "to read" list forever. Really loved it. Can't wait until the new book comes out.

8:26 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger tannaz sassooni said...

i can only guess that the title of this post is a reference to "moo, baa, la la la." you are a parent indeed! adorable!

8:30 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Broomcakes said...

I just loaded A Homemade Life onto my Kindle and am so looking forward to reading Delancey! Thank you so much for your stories, for they are what make me love your blog and books.

8:37 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger clevelandkat said...

I've already put Delancy on my birthday list. Now I just don't know how I'm going to wait until July......

9:53 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Shaima said...

Just came across your blog all the way from the United Arab Emirates. Love your style and humbleness. Definitely bookmarking orangette.

9:54 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous kimpeck said...

oh how awesome you are!! i am soooo excited for your new book, and i loved the video. i am going to get my brother, who lives outside of Seattle, to take his wife to Delancey for a date night...he will love it! wish i lived closer :)

9:55 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Dana said...

Oh my goodness, the trailer is adorable! You're not blinking too much at all. Love it!

9:58 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Unknown said...

Congratulations on the upcoming book Molly, if it's half as good as Homemade then it will be fantastic!

10:00 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

I loved watching that little book intro. I forgot that Brandon studied music composition. That struck a chord with me (haha) because so did my husband and he's also not working in music and runs his own business.

Congrats on moving forward with the book. I love your restaurants and writing, so reading the behind the scenes will be very enjoyable.

10:01 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Laura Sears said...

Always love your writings and am excited about the kindle deal! I read your book from the library but now I'll have one for keeps so I can make more of your recipes!

10:12 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Sasha said...

Only three months waiting time left - that sounds manageable! (Although I still must express that I hope those three months go by pretty fast).

Even though I live in Munich - which is often referred to as Italy's most Northern City - I think that I have to make a pizza pilgrimage to Seattle. You should warn your readers to not watch your book trailer on an empty stomach!

10:18 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous wanderingeducators said...

YAY kindle deal! i love your books in all forms. and congrats on finishing Delancey - AND the video! what fun!

10:31 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous LJ said...

I love the trailer/teaser for delancey. and I think we all bite our fist when we see ourselves on camera. you look wonderful, write wonderfully, and thanks for this space and your books.

10:41 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger hilaryg said...

Thanks Molly. I just watched your little trailer and it looked great! I am looking forward to the book in May.

10:42 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Linda said...

I'm going to pass on the Kindle deal to my online bookgroup!
I cannot wait until your new book is in the stores and I have a copy in my hands...

Linda in VA

10:43 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Tara said...

I absolutely loved your speech and Food Blog South! I didn't go to culinary school due to my family's experiences and thought nursing would be a great fit. I figured out it wasn't after graduating and working for a year. I started the food blog and am so much happier now. Your speech really inspired me. Also thanks for the tip on the kindle deal, just ordered it!

10:49 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Louise @ Kitchen Fiddler said...

Ooh, I am so excited about your new book and have been eagerly awaiting its publication! I hope your book tour will include a stop in NYC again--I was so sad to miss you when you were here for your "Homemade Life" tour. Congrats in advance, Molly!

10:57 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Catherine said...

How exciting! I just had dinner at Delancey last night with my Mum, and came home to Vancouver (BC) late last night to find your new post and watch this book trailer video.

I have been following you for years (a lurker) and wanted to show my Mum "the restaurant of my favourite food writer and her husband". She'll definitely get a kick out of this video now :-)

Thanks for your continued great work. Can't wait for the new book.

11:05 AM, February 06, 2014  
OpenID feelingfull said...

Your talk was the highlight of the event for me, I must say. It resonated on more levels than just writing or blogging as well!

11:25 AM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger lauren alysse said...

i own a hard copy of a homemade life, but i want to read delancey so much that i think i'll pay the 1.99 to get my hands on delancey early!

thanks for all the updates molly!

11:40 AM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Kristin said...

It was great to see the trailer - I've pre-ordered Delancey and can't wait until it comes! Congratulations on everything you (and Brandon!) have accomplished!

12:30 PM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's also on sale in the iBooks store for those who read/buy their books that way!

12:38 PM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous yayoi said...

To those in Canada with a Kobo, A Homemade Life is also available online at Chapeters/Indigo for $1.99. Yeah!

12:40 PM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You look gorgeous in that video! Can't wait to read the new book.

12:51 PM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Indira said...

As a daily follower of the Kindle Daily Deals, I was so excited to see A Homemade Life on the Monthly Deal list. My husband and I live in South America and he may be coming to Seattle in April and I've already marked Delancey as a must-visit spot. Congrats and I cant wait to read Delancey!

12:52 PM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Mari @ Oh, Sweet & Savory said...

Such wonderful & exciting news! I cannot wait for your book to come out - I just pre-ordered!

1:11 PM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Pearl Jam documentary was just wonderful.
Thanks for that.
Can you get the Kindle version of Delancey in the UK?
x

1:34 PM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Kasey said...

I don't know what you're talking about - you are super at ease in front of the camera! I'm super excited for this book. Running a business - esp. when you've never done it before - is crAYzy. I can't wait to hear about your experience.

1:37 PM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous French Toast Tasha said...

That excerpt from your talk is fabulous! Thanks so much to you and Diane for sharing it.

1:59 PM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Rachel Clark said...

Did you say book tour?! Please add Atlanta to your itinarery and post the schedule on your blog!

2:04 PM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Unknown said...

Thank you for making the video and explaining the book, plus getting to see you in person instead of just listening to you on one of your podcasts. :) "Delancy" is on my Amazon wish list.

3:38 PM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Christine M. said...

Definitely not too much blinking- and you sound so calm. And you're so lovely! A wonderful book trailer, and wonderful news. Can't wait for the book!

4:03 PM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Debra Gerber Goodell said...

My high school daughter was given Homemade Life by a U of Michigan writing professor who was tutoring her for college essays as an example of great rhythm and prose (compliment intended here but not the total point). I picked it up when I had nothing else to read (sorry - this gets better) and I loved it (see?)! Then I started cooking from the recipes. Then I realized I'd trashed the book with sticky and oily substances and had to buy her another one. So tell them thanks for giving me an an electronic version so I always have your recipes with me! Peace to you in your cooking, business and mommy endeavors (not necessarily in order of priority I would bet).

4:03 PM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Kate said...

I have to disagree. You seem very at ease in front of the camera! I pre-ordered your book long ago, and look forward to its arrival. That pizza looks absolutely amazing. When I finally make it to Seattle I will dig into one!

4:31 PM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Katie said...

Three months! How exciting! Can't wait to read it, Molly. I enjoyed reading the talk you gave, too. I'd still happily read your writing even if you never posted another recipe, at this point I read maybe three food blogs, and I read them because the people know how to put words together in a way that I could never conceive of. Take care!

5:24 PM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Andy said...

Congrats on your soon-to-be publish book! It really is amazing that you are able to write a book on top of the many things that you need to do daily!

6:33 PM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger Bridget said...

I posted that I was reading your book on Instagram awhile back (you kindly responded!) but I didn't say much more outside of blah blah blah I'm enjoying it blah blah. You should know that I really, really loooove your writing. It's just natural and... I don't know... clever but not too clever and smart but not pretentious. That's a terrible description but you should just know that I'm really excited to read another book of yours, and every post that pops up here too.

6:40 PM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Kelsey said...

Molly, I think your blinking rate is perfectly normal :). Really looking forward to reading your new book and maybe even visiting Delancey when we visit Seattle this summer!

9:13 PM, February 06, 2014  
Blogger deborah said...

Having just moved house and packed and carted a whole lotta books and cookbooks, I had to promose to lay low on the "real" book buying for a while. But now that Delancey is ready for preorder I have no choice but to make an exception and order it asap. I'm really looking forward to reading your story. x

11:28 PM, February 06, 2014  
Anonymous Paige said...

Your first book was delightful. My parents, husband and I literally cannot get enough of your pizza.Couldn't be more excited for this book. Yahoo! Congrats!

9:08 AM, February 07, 2014  
Blogger s suffel said...

I had the pleasure of finding your book (and therefore your blog) when looking for audio books from my library for listening to on my iPod during my commute to/from work. The reader was terrific and your book made for one of my most pleasurable commutes to date. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and experiences...

2:47 PM, February 07, 2014  
Anonymous Nancy said...

I have been waiting to order your second book and it will be a lovely surprise when it arrives in May. I made you the baby plate because of my sentimental journey with your first book. Loved your video.
Nancy

2:56 PM, February 07, 2014  
Blogger Victoria said...

I just preordered Molly - WOO HOO - we're excited! You look great, too, not at all crazed!

4:54 PM, February 07, 2014  
Anonymous Kristine in Santa Barbara said...

Congrats on being so close to publish date. And thanks for the movie recommendation. I was busy having babies in the 1990s (and maybe too old) so I missed out on most of grunge. But I just love Eddie. I'll be checking it out this weekend.

7:05 PM, February 07, 2014  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love my hardcopy of "A Homemade Life", and have been a devoted reader of "Orangette" since I stumbled across it a couple of years ago--you write so compellingly of life with husband, babe, and food that I miss your posts when they become (understandably)farther apart. And now, I've just done something I've NEVER done before...
I've pre-ordered a book!
Thank you for the window into your world,
Lorrie

8:30 AM, February 08, 2014  
Anonymous Laura G. said...

So excited for you! And, this is very shallow but I simply must know--where did you get your fabulous necklace?

5:20 PM, February 08, 2014  
Blogger Anne said...

Congratulations on Delancey. I haven't read your first book but now I'm keen to read them both. Also I enjoyed reading your talk on the Dianne Jacob web page. Well done.

10:45 PM, February 08, 2014  
Anonymous Resting Roost said...

I can't wait to read your book!!! I'm so excited. A Homemade Life has been a staple gift to many friends and family. Congratulations!

5:09 PM, February 09, 2014  
Blogger Dogtown Vintage said...

I'm so excited about the new book!!! I re-read A Homemade Life all the time (and have given it to several people as gifts), and just made the Winning Hearts and Minds cake for the umpteenth time last week (and, as usual, it worked; my ex-boss's husband who's a my body is my temple kind of person and gets up at sunrise every day to do yoga had two pieces). Also, I think you nailed the video; I'm a Jack Donaghy type who has to hold onto two mugs in front of a camera, plus I blush... Roll on May!

8:27 PM, February 10, 2014  
Anonymous Callie Neylan said...

Can't wait to read the book! I almost pre-ordered it, but stopped when I saw it was through Amazon. Have you ever thought about having pre-orders available through local bookstores like Elliott Bay, Strand, or Powell's instead? I have committed to only buying books via independent booksellers. Amazon is too greedy.

11:54 PM, February 10, 2014  
Blogger nanne said...

great trailor! you seemed very at home in front of the camera. can't wait for delancy.

4:10 AM, February 11, 2014  
Anonymous Aime.See said...

Awwwwww please, you don't blink that much. Great teaser for the book! Pre-ordered it a while ago already... ;-)

6:41 AM, February 11, 2014  
Blogger Gemma said...

I LOVE the video and you look very much at ease - I guess how we look and how we feel don't always quite match up though!

I take it you've included an Edinburgh stop on the book tour?

xo

9:11 AM, February 11, 2014  
Anonymous kellie said...

hurrah! I just pre-ordered Delancey this weekend from Santoro's Books on Greenwood. I got A Homemade Life in 2009 and have been thinking for years that I should tell you that although I am a total sucker for food memoirs with recipes and I read through them like wildfire, I have never, ever actually cooked a recipe from any of them, except for A Homemade Life. I've made at least a third of the recipes in there and a number of them are in fairly regular rotation at our house. So thank you, Molly.

1:32 PM, February 11, 2014  
Blogger Rita Date said...

I read your first book as soon as it came out on kindle and loved it. My only complaint is that there is no recipe index or table of contents. It makes it difficult to go back to a recipe on the kindle.

8:24 PM, February 11, 2014  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SMART husband... My Valentine was a printout out his Amazon pre-order of Delancey for me!!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE your Homemade Life and dropped a not-so-subltle hint that I could not wait for Delancey... WOO HOO!!!! :)

11:05 AM, February 17, 2014  
Blogger itmakescents said...

Molly, it was so nice to meet you in B'ham. Congrats on Delancey! I look forward to seeing you on your book tour. I can't wait to make the lime curd. Yum!

10:38 PM, February 18, 2014  
Blogger Sooz said...

Dear Molly,
This is the first time I've been to your site (I'm late to the game but excited to read your blog). I just finished your book, A Homemade Life, and it was wonderful. I found it at the library but I'm ordering it from Amazon. It's worth owning! The stories are great and the recipes look amazing. I made the scones right away and they are delicious! Your sister's tip was exactly what I needed to overcome my fear of scones. I always thought they would be easy to screw up but these came out perfect. I'm so glad you have another book coming. I can't wait to read it.

9:03 AM, February 24, 2014  
Blogger Natural Momma said...

Lucky me, I got an advanced copy of your book and I fell in love with it and YOU! I wish the book all the success in the world. I look forward to reading all your future posts and books. Cheers!

9:35 AM, February 24, 2014  
Anonymous Jeff @ Cheese-burger.net said...

I'm looking forward to the release of Delancey!

2:42 AM, February 26, 2014  
Blogger Vasundhara said...

Dear Molly, I have been a regular on your blog for ages, nearly 5 years now - reading, learning, admiring. The book intro to "Delancy" on Amazon gave me goosebumps. Cannot wait to dig into the story. Just had to let you know...

5:45 AM, March 17, 2014  

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