Archive for July, 2017

Pregnant with Twins: Weeks 24-26

22 July, 2017

Since I am constantly scouring the web for info on these later weeks of twin pregnancy, I thought I should share what they have been like for me, should some other lucky mom troll the interwebs for commiseration. I started this post a few weeks ago, but then a book launch happened. I figured I would just add on to what I had since the week by week comparisons have been the most helpful to me. I will try to continue and fill in every two weeks here on this blog should you feel like you want to follow …

It’s Finally Here + Giveaway

10 July, 2017

Lots of writers compare publishing a book to a baby being born, and it fits so well since there is a lot of effort and uncertainty, some painful labor, and then, a lot of well wishes.

And like a baby being born, a book deserves a special Birth Announcement, so consider this post it.  Yay! My book is finally here! 

You can order it here at Amazon.

If you are local, there will be a book launch party at RiverRun book store in Portsmouth, NH on July 18, 2017. We will have wine and beer and I will be making a few recipes that are in the book (Red Wine Beef Stew and Lamb Curry).

 
WHEN: Tuesday July 18, 2017  6:30 PM
WHERE: RiverRun Bookstore, 142 Fleet St, Portsmouth, NH 03801

WHO: Author Katie Curtis (your neighbor at 79 Tidewater) 

WHAT: Book Launch Party for The Wideness of the Sea

I have been blown away by the amount of messages from …

Summer Lovin’

4 July, 2017

I can’t believe it is already the 4th of July!

I haven’t had my usual rhythm of recipe developing, cooking, and snapping picks of recipes between my book coming out (thank you, thank you for all the messages about buying one or receiving one in the mail, such a joy that there are so many people reading it this summer!), this pregnancy fatigue, kids home from school that I am just drinking in, and my desire to eat nothing but watermelon, cherries, and good bread with good cheese. (Not a bad summer menu at all). So in these slow, lovely days, I …