Have you ever caught yourself drooling over a recipe, only to catch yourself and think that surely, you could never make that?
Perhaps it looked too difficult, too fancy, or too froo-froo for the picky eaters in your home to even consider trying.
Or maybe you picked up a book off the shelf at Barnes & Noble (or saw the cover on Amazon’s suggested-for-you list). You weren’t sure how good it would be; after all, the reviews were all over the board.
Or perhaps that’s your book, with the smorgasbord reviews, and you are hoping for an experienced reader-reviewer to look at it, perhaps spotlight it on their blog, and do some social-media promotion on Goodreads, Amazon, or Twitter.
Or maybe none of the above. Maybe you’re just along for the ride and hope you pick up some tips and tricks for your kitchen or bookcase or gift list.
That’s where I come in.
I’m Meagan, and I’m a born-and-bred Washingtonian who likes to wax eloquent on apples, Lord of the Rings, and the finer points of Indian restaurants.
And I’m a closet bookaholic and foodie. (Does that make me less closeted by admitting it?)
I’m here to tell you, in the words of Disney’s Ratatouille, that “anyone can cook” (or read – or shop) – even you. You can make that froo-froo recipe. Your picky eaters will find something to eat here. And the rapidly-growing gift-list recipients will find a book they will love and know that it is clean, entertaining, and worth a re-read – or two, or six.