The Sunday Book Review


I posted about this yesterday, but I’m going to post about it again to show off the actual paper. And you’re lucky if I don’t post about it every day for a month because WHY NOT! I was in the New York Times Book Review! Okay, okay, really I won’t do that. But there it is, in the paper. I had to go to Charleston to find one. It cost $6.39, wow. That is some expensive newspaper.

You can read the review online here.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 24, 2014  

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  1. 2-24

    So exciting! Yes, the NY Times is expensive. I’ve been tempted to subscribe electronically but just stick to reading my 10 free articles per month. The review was my 10th.

  2. 2-24

    I want to tell you how much I enjoyed your book! I picked it up from the library on Sat and finished it in less than 24 hours. It was a joy to read. I too would love to have chickens in the road, but unfortunately they are not allowed where i live presently. Hoping in the future it will be possible. It was great to hear your story in more detail. I have been reading your blog for a couple years now. I hope you write a follow up book. I’d love to know what comes next.

  3. 2-24

    Love it! And yes, the Sunday NYT is expensive.

    My husband heads out on Sunday mornings and picks up the NYT and Starbucks for us. Cheaper than a restaurant as I fetch our fresh eggs and make our breakfast.

  4. 2-24

    Since you splurged on the newspaper, I hope you took Maia out to lunch while you were in the city. ;)

  5. 2-24

    :snoopy: Congratulations! I am hoping your book sales soar! I really enjoyed it and have become a big blog fan, too!

  6. 2-25

    Way to go Suzanna, Reviewed in the New York Times. :hug: I bet you are so excited it’s hard to get to sleep.

    When I read your book it was hard to put down, and like a good movie you don’t want it to end. Thank you so much for making us part of your life and your book. Maybe next you will write a book of your childhood leading up to Stringtown Rising or a cookbook. I love your recipes and would like to have them all in one place. Congratulations you have earned it.

  7. 2-25

    Hi Suzanne,
    I agree with “steakandeggs” that you deserve recognition. Love reading your blog and happy for you. Got your book as a birthday gift and love it. I, too, would love anything new from you and a recipe book would be lovely.
    On a sad note….just read about your loss and I am so sorry for Ross and Selena…..and for you too. It’s a hard thing and I’m sending warm hugs and prayers.

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