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Dana Bate
Dana Bate is the author of TOO MANY COOKS, A SECOND BITE AT THE APPLE and THE GIRLS' GUIDE TO LOVE AND SUPPER CLUBS, which earned a starred review from Publishers Weekly and has been translated into five languages. Before writing fiction full time, she was a Washington producer and reporter for... show more

Dana Bate is the author of TOO MANY COOKS, A SECOND BITE AT THE APPLE and THE GIRLS' GUIDE TO LOVE AND SUPPER CLUBS, which earned a starred review from Publishers Weekly and has been translated into five languages. Before writing fiction full time, she was a Washington producer and reporter for PBS's Nightly Business Report, where she won the Gerald Loeb Award for a series she produced on the Indian economy. She studied molecular biophysics and biochemistry at Yale University and received her master's degree from Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism, where she won the Harrington Award for outstanding promise in the field of journalism. She lives outside Philadelphia with her family.
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Abandoned by Booklikes
Abandoned by Booklikes rated it 3 years ago
I weirdly liked this book. Even though the main character was a bit much for me and totally self-absorbed at times, I liked it. Probably because the author does a kick-ass job describing DC and the food the main character is making. She also included recipes in the back I want to try sometime soon a...
debbiekrenzer
debbiekrenzer rated it 5 years ago
4 stars! @KensingtonBooks @danabate Kelly is a ghostwriter for chef's who want to write a cookbook. They do the recipes and she helps with the narration. When a famous movie star decides to employ her services, my first thought is not a good one for Kelly. This is a world renown movie star who is ...
Memories From Books on Booklikes
Memories From Books on Booklikes rated it 6 years ago
A Second Bite at the Apple by Dana Bate has so many elements that interest me - food, the local food movement, big business versus independents, and journalistic integrity. Sydney is a likable main character as are some of the strong characters who surround her. It's a quick, light, enjoyable read; ...
Tina's Reading Space
Tina's Reading Space rated it 6 years ago
I'm not sure why this book didn't grab me. Sydney is a solid character, I just wasn't really into her story. The whole local food movement is an interesting concept and I enjoyed the balance of personalities of the supporting characters. The overbearing "saving the world" date, the tempestuous boss,...
Magnolia
Magnolia rated it 7 years ago
A huszonhat éves Hannah Sugarman szinte mindent megkapott az élettől, amire egy maga korabeli nő vágyhat. Remek állást, jóképű, nagymenő pasit és egy igazán csilivili lakosztályt Washington D. C. egyik legjobb negyedében. Csupán egy a bökkenő: Hannah a pokolba kívánja az egészet. A tudományos konfer...
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