Monthly Archives: August 2014
I’m on my way to talk up PFG at the Emerging Authors Tent. Come see me if you’re in the area at 3:20 p.m.! More to follow. Congrats also to all Peach tennis tourney participants – I’ll be at the banquet tonight signing books. Loca Luna, 7 p.m. #GoodRising
I have the great privilege to appear at the Emerging Authors Pavilion tomorrow (Sunday) from 3:20 – 3:30 p.m. My great thanks to Philip Rafshoon and Cindy Ellsbury for the opportunity! Why should you come to DBF during my appearance? I’m glad you asked! 1. The event is awesome. DBF is the largest independent book […]
So there was this classic from the movie “Parenthood”: And now I’ve recreated that line with a snippet of the book: Celebrate the release of the print version by buying a copy today on Etsy! Only $15… And make sure to join me on Sunday at Decatur Book Festival’s Emerging Authors Pavillion!
I joined a terrific networking site called Stage32.com, which is specifically for film and TV creative types. And I picked up this gem today from Twitter that I wanted to share: Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage. – Anais Nin — Stage 32 (@Stage32) August 26, 2014 Make this week about expansion! […]
The very talented executive chef of Lure—part of Fifth Group restaurants—is leaving the restaurant to join Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School as chef and nutrition director. Bradley was quoted within the pages of Pizza for Good, making common-sense suggestions on how to eat fresh and plan ahead when cooking at home. Here’s the passage from the book: For your […]
“How would you like to be a better parent? Or a better citizen?” Rocco DiSpirito asks pointedly in an appearance on CBS Sunday Morning. It was a compelling segment on the myriad reasons to cook fresh and at home, and since Pizza for Good, at its core, is about making America’s favorite food at home, […]
For a backstory on how Pizza for Good came to me an engine for building community, make sure to visit the Explore tab. Lots of good stuff there, including this mini doc created by Arno Hunter Myers. Enjoy!