What People Are Saying About Buttery Books
Karen White, author of On Folly Beach : “I have never hosted a book club party but I’ve been to many of them as a guest to discuss my book. All of them have been wonderful, the food and company great, but I must say that the ladies at Buttery Books outdid themselves. They are truly the Martha Stewarts of the Book Club world!” Read Karen White’s full interview at RT Book Reviews.
Hannah Tinti, author of The Good Thief : “Buttery Books, a great website that combines two of my favorite things, books & food, just posted suggestions on how to throw a Good Thief-themed book club party, with ideas for music, decorations and recipes.” Click here for Hannah Tinti’s full post.
Beth Hoffman, author of Saving CeeCee Honeycutt : “Your post is wonderful, and the pictures are so great! You captured the spirit of my story perfectly! When I saw the bra hanging over the lamp I laughed myself sick. HA! Thanks for making my day.”
Julie Orringer, author of The Invisible Bridge : “I was touched and delighted to read about how you made Andras’s story come alive through sights, sounds, and tastes from the novel. I wish I’d had a chance to visit your palacsinta bar! It looked heavenly. But I think the detail that touched me most deeply was Matyas’s carnation. It was as though you reached into the book and pulled that detail directly off the page—a reminder that even though the events of the novel are fiction, things similar to what I describe happened to real men and women within living memory. Please share my gratitude and awe with your book club”
Peter Pezzelli, author of Francesca’s Kitchen: “Thanks so much, Marilyn, for the beautiful post on your website. My wife and I both loved how you wove different elements of Francesca’s story into your descriptions of the food. And the photos of course had my mouth watering! It was all so nicely done…
p.s. My mother was very flattered that you liked her lasagna enough to
mention it. Mille grazie!”