A Book and its Cover, Part II

Comfort Me With Apples

This is the book that's sold least-well of anything I've written.  I've always wondered if it was because of the contents, which some people find risque, or because nobody's nailed the cover, in any language. 

Comfort

  Original hardcover.

 

Comfort 2
 Current paperback

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Korean version

Zoeter

Dutch version

Aussie
 Australian version

 

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Spanish version

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Portuguese version

 

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This book was beyond fantastic - as a matter of fact I just re-read it. Don't let the weirdos doing Amazon reviews get you down. :D

I agree wholeheartedly with goodiedelight, I LOVED the book. Risque'? Pah! I thought it was great. :)

I absolutely LOVED the book and have shared it with many friends who love good food and good writing. Comfort Me With Apples is the perfect combination of both. Risque? I don't think so. Who doesn't like a little romance?! It goes hand in hand with food, wine, etc, especially in this lovely book.

I'm so glad to read ItalianDish's comment. But I didn't know about the book. Anything you write is delightful to read and your recipes are super. Maybe it's because people don't like apples much any more - now that they can buy all kinds of fruit, especially through the winter?

I so loved that book! I've read it three times.

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