As an owner of your book, I feel obliged to contact this newspaper and tell them about the psychic miracle. Now, I'm sure you've already done so, but the more the merrier. We can't have Miss Durham running around thinking she's talentless.
Jenise wrote:So would this be the Memphis Daily News? I already searched and it was the only largish sounding newspaper I could come up with. Her article wasn't online, in fact almost nothing but public records are available without a subscription, so I need to be sure before I lodge my complaint.
ChefCarey wrote:[For those of you who own a copy of my book, here's the article - get out your hymnals and follow along line by line.
http://www.commercialappeal.com/mca/rec ... 73,00.html
ScottD wrote:Sara's Secrets yesterday featured a muffalata, which she attributed to the "Century" [sic] Grocery. She also made a very odd comment that led me to believe that she'd never actually tried one of these,,, but she may have just meant she'd never tried one from there. Of course, she'd have known it wasn't Century if she'd been there, I guess. She's really kind of an odd duck.
Jenise wrote:Paul, I made the same comparison. So in my complaint to the paper, I noted that "the ingredients list was 100% exact and the instructions about 95% or so. So though not 100%, the few words that were changed leave no doubt about both the original authorship and the real deserving party for credit." And I used the 'p' word, too.
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