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At McIntyre's Books
February 21, 2017 9:30 AM | By Book Lovers | No Comments
Often, publishers and editors send advance copies of upcoming book releases to bookstores so their staff are ready to advise readers as soon as the book hits the shelf.
Here’s a trio of books that Pete loved – he’s looking forward to getting them into reader’s hands this spring.
Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett. Pete got a galley of Hartnett’s debut novel from its Chapel Hill-based editor, and deems it, “the most enjoyable book since Mr. Penumbra’s 24 Hour Bookstore.”
The Twelve Lives of Samuel Holly by Hannah Tinti, author of The Good Thief, is, “a great story about a family through twelve scars.”
White Tears by Hari Kunzru is, “a dysfunctional ghost story revolving around friendship and old-style blues.”
All these books are slated for release in March, but you can pre-order them any time. Stop by the bookstore or give us a call at 919.542.3030.
– Kelley, Bookseller
William Brock is a self-taught artist born and raised in Sequatichie County, Tennessee. For over twenty years he supervised high-rise and commercial construction across the Southeast, but in the late 90s, he moved back to Tennessee and settled into his vision of semi-retirement. Now, nearly twenty years later, Brock has become a self-taught artist and blacksmith, creating life-sized birds about of welded rebar and recycled tin and copper roofing.
Each of William Brock’s birds, made from... Full Post >
More and more photographers and wedding planners are encouraging their couples to consider an engagement session before their wedding. There is more than one benefit to a sweet engagement session with your wedding photographer. Fearrington Wedding Director, Gilda, shares her thoughts on why engagement sessions are important.
"Engagement shoots are a great way to get to know the property where you are getting married and to get acquainted with your photographer," said Gilda. "They let your... Full Post >
At Fearrington House Restaurant
Gourmet & Grapes is an annual fundraising event hosted at the Kiawah Island Golf Resort in South Carolina, to benefit the Medical University of South Carolina’s Hollings Cancer Center. In the last eight years, this weekend-long culinary event has raised more than $1.5 million for cancer research.
Executive Chef Colin Bedford and Pastry Sous Chef Paola attended for The Fearrington House Restaurant and served Smoked Pork with Parsnip, Confit Garlic & Ginger at The Wine Odyssey... Full Post >
Our History & Belted Barnyard
I’m the youngest of RB and Jenny’s three kids, recently moved back to North Carolina with my own family after a decade in Maine. Upon my return, Dad loaned me a slide scanner and pointed me to a disconcertingly dusty mountain of boxes - everyone needs a project, right? Mine has become archival.
The slides are all jumbled together, an assembly of jarring set location jumps and strange time wormholes. Fitch family, Fitch Lumber and Fitch Creations; Dad’s Air Force slides diligently... Full Post >
At The Goat
Since this week's featured wine is a California Chardonnay, lets talk about it a little more in depth. Chardonnay is an ancient varietal, and no doubt one of the most popular varietals in the world. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir were the focus of Benedictine monks in the 12th century. As a result, we have the world of wine as we know it.
However, I firmly believe that Chardonnay as a whole is grossly misunderstood, at least in the United States. There are so many ways to make this wine, and,... Full Post >