Browsed by
Tag: THE KITCHEN DAUGHTER

Jael McHenry and The Kitchen Daughter

Jael McHenry and The Kitchen Daughter

Jael McHenry’s passion for cooking and writing combine together in the most unique blend of sweet and bittersweet for her debut novel, The Kitchen Daughter in bookstores tomorrow, April 12, 2011. And, let it be noted, the clever, quirky cover art is the perfect appetizer for the feast spread within the pages. The idea for the book began with the author creating a character who loves food, loves cooking, but is closed off from the rest of the world. Even…

Read More Read More

Guest Jael McHenry on
The Blessed Mystery of the Pre-Debut

Guest Jael McHenry on
The Blessed Mystery of the Pre-Debut

[How many successful authors have THAT drawer and/or corner in their closet where their first “Great Novel(s)” hide? Probably ninety-nine percent do and, in today’s guest post, Jael McHenry (The Kitchen Daughter coming April 12, 2011) admits to being one of them. However she also shares why — although these works will never see the light of day — this early writing has made her a debut novelist.] The Blessed Mystery of the Pre-Debut Positive reviews are always welcome and…

Read More Read More

The Revealing of Jael McHenry

The Revealing of Jael McHenry

Skilled amateur cook and creatively talented writer Jael McHenrty combines Julie & Julia with Jodi Picoult in her debut novel, The Kitchen Daughter to be released on April 12, 2011. In a one sentence description: The Kitchen Daughter is about a woman who discovers she can invoke ghosts by cooking from dead people’s recipes.
 And the critical reviews prove the book a literary feast: “Skillfully rendered from Ginny’s point of view, McHenry’s debut novel is a touching tale about loss…

Read More Read More