Book! Book! Book!

Hi!  Remember when I said I'd never write another book? I lied! Writing a book is hard work, no matter what the theme, genre, style, size. It's a commitment to sit down at your desk everyday, even when the sun is out and your friends are drinking champagne. When the opportunity to pen Unique Eats and Eateries of San Francisco (Reedy Press) came along late last year, it was impossible to say no. Why? Because I love to write---especially when it combines three things I love to muse over—people, places, and food.  San Francisco is that place, for me, where food and memory are inextricably linked.  So alas, my new book is almost ready for her close-up. October 15 is the drop date and she's in the final stages of primping and coiffing. Meanwhile, I am securing dates for book talks, and media coverage. Feel free to send anything my way.  Oh, and if you want to read a review PDF,  pre-order, or like the Unique Eats: SF Facebook page, that'd be great, too.  Contact me and I'll get right back to you.

 

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Kimberley Lovato

Kimberley Lovato has written about travel, lifestyle and food for national and international publications and websites including National Geographic Traveler, Executive Travel, American Way, AFAR, Condé Nast Traveller (UK), Ryan Air, b.there, Easy Jet Traveller, leitesculinaria.com and frommers.com, among others. She is the author of a Michelin Guidebook on Brussels, where she lived for six years Her culinary travel book, Walnut Wine & Truffle Groves, about the Dordogne region of France, won the "Best Travel Book" nod in 2012 from the Society of American Travel Writers, as did her personal essay, "Lost and Liberated," which also appeared in Best Women's Travel Writing, Volume 8. When she's not plotting her next trip or her annual pilgrimage to France, she resides in San Francisco where she is a correspondent for BBC's Passport Blog, a student in Stanford University's Creative Writing Certificate program, and a brave mother of a teenaged girl.