The average trade book has a shelf life of between milk and yogurt, except for books by any member of the Irving Wallace family - they have preservatives.
As part of my research for An Anthology of Authors' Atrocity Stories About Publishers, I conducted a study (employing my usual controls) that showed the average shelf life of a trade book to be somewhere between milk and yoghurt.
Being on a book tour is a lot easier than reporting.
The shelf life of the average trade book is somewhere between milk and yogurt.
Once, in Lisbon, I tried my best to work the phone book in a way that would assuage a longing [Alice and I] had for certain Chinese dishes . . . .
A new regulation for the publishing industry: "The advance for a book must be larger than the check for the lunch at which it was discussed.
I don't think I've ever read a food piece or a food book.
I've written three books you could think of as memoirs.
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