Dough Everywhere, Taunting Us

I met a friend for lunch at the Chelsea Market yesterday and there was dough EVERYWHERE. Seriously, that place is full of bakeries, and a couple of them give you a window into the baking process.  The truth is, I don’t have a serious sweet tooth, although I do enjoy desserts, like anyone.  But I’m just as happy with an orange.

So, what’s up for today?  Oh, I’m doing this thing at the New York Public Library tonight.  Should be fun. Plus, I meeting with my agent to discuss my next book!

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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2 thoughts on “Dough Everywhere, Taunting Us

  1. Interesting thought a new book. How about horror stories from the long abandoned insane asylums? I am not talking about ghost stories but actual true stories of lost lives.

  2. I love the idea. Love it. A similar book came out last year, I think it was, so it would be hard to get a publisher to try something similar so soon. What was that book though … found it! It’s called The Lives They Left Behind. Check it out, because it looks like it was beautifully done.

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