The zipcode screw up I made didn't seem to stop the mail from arriving, so I'm sending out the first batch of bookplates tomorrow (Monday). Even the ones with the wrong zip still arrived. Thank you all for sending in for them and for including the self-addressed, stamped envelopes. I have over 200 requests already, so you can see how the costs can add up. My hand is cramped from signing the bookplates all weekend, but I'm just about caught up. For those who still plan to request one, please see the previous two posts.
Meanwhile, editing is still going on and we're getting closer to creating a website about the pizza show. But still a lot of work ahead so it won't happen immediately. I'll keep you posted.
Hope to see some of you this weekend at A Southern Season in Chapel Hill, and at the ICE in NYC on Nov. 15th. These will be the first two demo classes based on the book. The hands on class last week at Johnson & Wales (JWU) went really well.
There are still a few seats left for the "Artisan Breads Everyday" book launch dinner at Pie Town on Nov. 7th. If interested, call Pie Town at (704) 379-7555 for details.
More news when we get back from Chapel Hill....
May Your Bread Always Rise!