Tag Archives: Louisiana

Travel Writer Finds Lessons in Witching Hour

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Destination: Anywhere

Book: The Witching Hour (1993) by Anne Rice

A GUEST POST BY Susan Lanier-Graham

Anne Rice’s The Witching Hour helped me discover those elusive travel moments Continue reading Travel Writer Finds Lessons in Witching Hour

Author Interview: Book Travels to Louisiana

 

Destination: Franklin, Louisiana

Book: Sunday Morning, Crowning Glories, by Mariana Titus

A GUEST POST by Dr. Jessie Voigts

Author Mariana Titus is an old friend and I’ve always admired her writing, care for others, and artistry. Yes, she’s an accomplished artist – she’s inspired our daughter in her artistic pursuits as well. Mariana’s books are full of a sense of PLACE and character. Continue reading Author Interview: Book Travels to Louisiana

Cook Books Take You South and Southwest

I like a cookbook that reads like a book–not an instruction manual.¬† For a cookbook with personality, read¬† The Sweet Life in Paris. When good writing accompanies recipes that make you want to start cooking NOW, you’ve got a winner. If you want to read a food blog with real personality, I recommend Peggy Bourjaily’s Almost Slow Food.

And if a cookbook explores a region in depth like the Dordogne, then you have the best of all worlds, a travel cookbook. Continue reading Cook Books Take You South and Southwest