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2 November, 2016

“A Perfect Score” Book Review

“A Perfect Score” Book Review
Comments : 1 Posted in : Food, Product Reviews, Red Wine, Writing on by : becca
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Obligatory disclaimer: I received a complimentary review copy of A Perfect Score to read for this post. Released in September by Center Street, A Perfect Score ($26; 207 pgs.) tells the story of the founding and growth of the HALL and WALT wineries from the intertwined perspectives of its two founders, Craig and Kathryn Hall.
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6 August, 2015

Ad Astra: The 50th Anniversary SFWA Cookbook for Sale!

Ad Astra: The 50th Anniversary SFWA Cookbook for Sale!
Comments : 1 Posted in : Publication News, Recipes, Writing on by : becca
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What’s that? I share a contributor credit with such famous speculative fiction writers as Elizabeth Bear, John Scalzi, Chuck Wendig, Mary Robinette Kowal, Alaya Dawn Johnson, and Jim C. Hines? You bet I do! The Ad Astra 50th Anniversary SFWA Cookbook came to be when a few  fellow illustrious Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of
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4 September, 2014

A Tour of Mission San Luis Obispo

A Tour of Mission San Luis Obispo
Posted in : Travel Guide for San Luis Obispo - CA on by : becca
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I stayed over in San Luis Obispo for a day after the end of the 2014 Wine Bloggers Conference—I needed the time just to decompress and organize my thoughts before heading all the way back home. And I apparently needed to take a tour of Mission San Luis Obispo for some inspiration. I love discovering
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31 May, 2012

Interview Bragging – Durham Magazine

Comments : 2 Posted in : Restaurants, Writing on by : becca
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After spending a month in Maya’s Vacation promotions, I’m switching gears to highlight some of my mentions and interviews for this very blog, the Gourmez, and the connections I’ve made with the wealth of amazing people in our food and drink industry in the Triangle. Today’s brag comes by way of my Carpe Durham connection,
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