Thursday, February 10, 2011

Black Heels & Tractor Wheels

Just in case you live in a cave (or have been snowed in for weeks) and haven't heard the news........the funny, smart, talented, hardest working lady in blogland has released a novel..........




It started with chapter posts on her blog. If you read any of those posts you know that this will be a great read. Anyone that can make a recipe funny and interesting to read is bound to become a best selling author. I can't wait to start this one!

12 comments:

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Do you already have a copy??? I am sure that will be a very good read. Perfect for this freezing weather!! I just love the name of it! LOL!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I'm sure that Ree Drummond will appreciate you promoting her new book. That is fabulous... Congrats to her!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Jill said...

Is it out??? I am so glad you posted about it! I am OUT OF THE LOOP! I look forward to reading it!

tootie said...

I can't wait to read this!!

grammy said...

Talk about someone that has made it to the top through blogging..
it is amazing. I think her kids (all ranch kids I guess) are the hardest working kids I know. Tell me...do you think she may baby the youngest...that she calls baby...to much. lol...

Rose said...

thanks for giving a heads up about this book. rose

MarieElizabeth said...

She's coming here next week, looking forward to stopping by and getting my copy.

Solar Powered said...

you have to give us a review once you've read it

Farmchick said...

I read some of it on her blog. She is an enjoyable writer.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Nanny, You asked about Adriana's book, Big Stone Gap... Yes, I've read it and her series. That is my hometown, but I left for college in 1960-and never went back much. Adriana moved there after I had gone...

I have read that she is trying to turn the book, Big Stone Gap, into a movie. I'd love that.

Hugs,
Betsy

Mary said...

I did not know this. Thanks for the heads up. Have a great weekend. Blessings...Mary

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Wow! Thanks Nanny....I hope my local library get a copy so I can borrow it.
Pioneer Woman us so multi talented! I always wonder how she finds the time to do all she does.