Monday, August 22, 2011




Dr. Susan Wiltshire has graciously accepted an invitation by Christopher Burawa, executive director of the APSU Center of Excellence to co-sign my cookbook as a fundraiser for the Center. Dr. Wiltshire contributed a recipe that she makes and said was her daughter’s favorite.

Dr. Susan Ford Wiltshire is Professor of Classics Emeritus at Vanderbilt University and served as department Chair for 9 years. The Tennessee author is a graduate of Columbia University and written numerous books including “Public and Private in Vergil’s Aeneid”; “Greece, Rome, and the Bill of Rights”; “Seasons of Grief and Grace”; “Athena’s Disguises; and Windmills and Bridges”: “Poems Near and Far”.

She has served on the Board of the National Council on the Humanities, the advisory board of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the National Endowment for the Arts.


Ingredients For The Gormet In You will soon be celebrating their 2 year anniversary in business in Historic Downtown Clarksville, TN located on Strawberry Alley. They offer a wide range of items including kitchen accessories, food items, wine supplies, cookbooks, and cooking classes.


Come join us Sept. 1 from 5 to 8 p.m. for a presentation and book signing of the cookbook “Country Goodness Recipes of Tennessee Celebrities”
BY BOTH Dr. Wiltshire and me, author Pamela Whinnery

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

1ST Thursday Gallery Walk and Book Signing, Clarksville, TN

September 1st is the start of a full 2 months of book signings. Everywhere for Evansville, IN to Norris, TN

It is going to be great fun!

First Thursdays in Clarksville, TN will kick things off.

The signing will be at a specialty kitchen (cooking) store called Ingredients in downtown Clarksville. The address is:

100 Strawberry Alley

Clarksville, TN 37040-3837

(931) 542-6935.

The signing will begin at 5 PM and run to 8 PM. Christopher Burawa Director of the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts at Austin Peay State University invited me to do the book signing as a fundraiser for their scholarship fund.

THE EXCITING PART ABOUT THIS IS: Dr. Susan Wiltshire a Tennessee author and Classics Chair for Vanderbilt University is co-signing the cookbooks. She is one of the individuals, who graciously contributed a recipe for the cookbook.

Stop by on the First Thursday Gallery Walk and pick up a copy of the cookbook. It will make a great Christmas present signed by two authors and it is never too early to start!