Quail Ridge Press has just released a new book, Chief, on Chief Phillip Martin, whose fascinating book tells his life story and of the 28 years he was Chief of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. His book signing in Philadelphia, MS last month had people lined up all around the store and out the door!
The Dancing Rabbit Press Gallery bookstore was filled to capacity. Chief Martin is pictured here with his wife, Indian Princess Bonnie Kate Bell.
Here I am with Harold Keys, who wrote the foreward to Chief Martin's autobiography.
Jul 24, 2009
Jul 10, 2009
We were recently visited in our offices by Rainey Scott of The Compass Magazine, which publishes editions in Brandon and Flowood, MS. We are one of the sponsors of a recipe contest they are running monthly during 2009.
One of the prizes that winners recieve is a complete set of our Recipe Hall of Fame Cookbooks.
Rainey spent an hour interviewing Barbara and myself about our 'Cookbook Ladies' story and then took a few photos of the food we had prepared from our 500 Fast and Fabulous 5-Ingredient Recipes Cookbook. We knew about the article he was writing. What we didn't know is that WE were on the cover of the July/August edition.
What a nice surprise. Thank you Rainey! If you'd like to take a look at the whole article, just click here.
L to R: Gwen McKee, Rainey Scott, Barbara Moseley
By the way, if you live in our area, look for The Brandon Compass or The Flowood Compass at many of the nicer restaurants and business around town. Click here to see their website.