Pickin' Tomatoes Review
Maggie draws a lot on her personal life for inspiration to write. Her husband had an affair with the lady next door. We get insight into her relationship with her husband through flashbacks in the book. The reader will soon be as frustrated with her husband as Maggie is.
Once Maggie wins the contest and begins writing the column for the magazine, it is one roller coaster ride after another. She can't really cook, she never went to chef school, and she is a germaphobe. I love when she washes some meat for a recipe with dish soap. The advice column is cleverly written and a lot of the recipes I will probably try for myself. For a debut novel, JW Bull has come out with flying colors. I am really looking forward to many follow up novels from her. If you like food, women, female friendships, and quirky humor, you'll love Pickin' Tomatoes.
I received a copy of this book via the author.
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