This past weekend, I traveled north to Boston to visit my daughter, celebrate my husband’s 50th birthday and EAT! Oh my, did I eat – cannolis, seafood, pasta, pizza, thai and on and on and on.And of course I popped in a few fabulous bookstores like Porter Square Books and Harvard Book Store, family owned and operated since 1932!
Now I don’t know if it was the scrumptious food, the crisp fall air, the clear blue skies, but I got to thinking that maybe when THE IMPROPER LIFE OF BEZELLIA GROVE comes out in paperback (date yet to be determined) that I need to climb back in my car and head north. What do you think? Do you think Northern readers would take kindly to a Southern girl like Bezellia? And what are some of your favorite indie stories north of the Mason-Dixon line? Help me out y’all. Tell me what you think. Oh, and it might not be a bad idea to include some of your favorite restaurants. After all, a girl’s gotta eat!