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2119k Bandeaux Creek - "Meet a captivating woman from Cary, NC who embodies the graciousness, the grit and the spunk that only the South can produce. That woman is Carolyn Booth, free-lance writer/photographer and author of Between the Rivers, Aunt Mag’s Recipe Book, and her most recent novel, Bandeaux Creek, released in August." Cary Living, August, 2005

60k Bandeaux Creek - "This novel blooms from the author's fertile roots. Cary writer's family history is inspiration for new book."
Cary News, August 18, 2005

60k Bandeaux Creek - "This novel blooms from the author's fertile roots. Cary writer's family history is inspiration for new book."
Cary News, August 18, 2005

20k Bandeaux Creek - "Bandeaux Creek a fitting sequel to first work.... One of the primary characters in the nove, the bootlegging, gold-digging, Patty Sue, is one of the least developed. At first this seems confusing, but the reader soon realizes that Patty Sue doesn't need deep development."
Bladen Journal, August 2005

60k Aunt Mag's Recipe Book - "In addition to traditional recipes – including Oyster Stew, Collards and Corn Meal Dumplings, buttermilk biscuits and Deep-Dish Blueberry Cobbler – the book contains family stories with some of Mrs. Booth’s own illustrations."
Wilmington Star-News, Sept. 19, 2004

54k Aunt Mag's Recipe Book- "Aunt Mag’s Recipe Book: Heritage Cooking from a Carolina Kitchen, by Carolyn Rawls Booth (Between the Rivers) takes a more traditional approach to Southern cooking and focuses on the traditions of those who settled in coastal North Carolina."
Wilmington Star-News, Sept. 15, 2004

Aunt Mag's Recipe Book - "What would you do if you discovered a great-aunt’s handwritten recipe book that revealed all the secrets of how to put an honest-to-goodness southern meal on the table? That’s the story Carolyn Rawls Booth tells in “Aunt Mag’s Recipe Book: Heritage Cooking from a Carolina Kitchen.”
Carolina Country magazine, December 2004

70k Local Author turns poet - " Susan Taylor Block has turned her pen to poetry. The slender volume, entitled Sit Right Here Beside Me, is serendipitous - as in an attitude for making fortunate discoveries. Like a light shining over dark water picks up the iridescence from waves, Susan's verse sparkles with revelation of the diminutiveness that shows how significant details really are. She writes about every day situations experienced by many of us. Yet Susan expresses these mundane things in a slightly different way.”
Encore magazine, September 2005

 

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