The Pros and Cons of Blog Book Tours

(article linked on P.M.Terrell and Book ‘Em NC websites) Our guest today is David Pereda, the award-winning author of six novels, dozens of articles and poems. His latest romantic suspense novel, However Long the Night, published by Eternal Press in February 2012, continues to receive rave reviews. Visit www.davidpereda.com for additional information on this up-and-coming author! With the […]

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Are You in AWE Yet?

Laurel magazine — May 1, 2008 — After its successful inaugural meeting in April, the Asheville Writing Enthusiasts (AWE) will resume monthly meetings on Saturday May 3, 2008, in the Board Room at Pack Place, 2 South Pack Square in downtown Asheville at 10:30 a.m. The guest speaker this time will be David Pereda, director of […]

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A Tuscan Afternoon

This month we invited Chef Anthony Cerrato, owner of the popular Fiore’s Restarant in Asheville, N.C. and Jayson Landers, his wine steward, to be our guests for this column. Chef Cerrato is a grduate of the Asheville-Buncombe County Culinary School. Mr. Landers developed his outstanding wine skills during more than a decade of first-hand experience. Chef […]

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Country Bistro

Photos by Mariate Echeverry This month we invited Chef Ferris Camp to be our guest for this column. Chef Camp studied at the New England Culinary Institute and honed his remarkable sommelier skills as apprentice to two well-known wine masters, Mark David and Roland Zachalius. Until recently, he was owner of the popular Gazelle Restaurant in Asheville, North Carolina. […]

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Bogota, Falling for Wine

In tune with our current Pasajero issue highlighting Columbia, we decided to explore what wines Columbians like to drink. In order to do that, we invited Dario Parra, owner of the well-known establishment in Bogota, La Casa del Vino, to be our guest for this column. Is Colombia a strong wine market? Columbia has been a rapidly growing wine market […]

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