Waffling continues to ricochet around the Internet, which brings me to something I wrote in the book (isn't that convenient?):
(And no, the book is not mostly me navel-gazing about the phenomenon of waffling. If that were the case, I'd have to pay you to take it off my hands. The navel-gazing is mostly confined to two pages out of more than 200. The rest is taken up by recipes and photos. That works out to just less than 1% navel-gazing and 99% recipes and photos. For some reason, my suggestion to highlight this on the cover of the book was rejected. The book also features about 90% fewer parenthetical digressions than the blog, a feature also not chosen to be highlighted. Editors are good.)
But hey! Here are some other waffling experiments I have come across since I last visited the topic:
I'll leave you with this:
I just got back from being on the road doing demos and signing books at bookshops in different parts of the country. Some of those shops may still have signed copies of the book on hand. So if you're looking to pick up a signed copy of "Will It Waffle?" for yourself or as a gift, get in touch:
More waffling to come.