Welcome (once again) to this summer retrospective series. One of my favorite things about this podcast is that it’s truly a community of guests and listeners, where you often connect with each other, apart from me. When guests share so deeply and vulnerably with us, the listeners, I think it’s important to stay in touch and continue to conversation, as much as possible. In this spirit, I reached out to a few guests for follow-up interviews this summer. These interviews are each 30 minutes or less and totally un-edited so you’re getting the raw thoughts of both myself and my guests.
Here we are at the third of our 5 interviews and I am just so excited to welcome Letitia Clark back. Letitia is on the verge of FINALLY having a launch party to celebrate Bitter Honey - except! It’s a DOUBLE book launch party because she has a new book out, a companion book to Bitter Honey, titled La Vita e Dolce: Italian-Inspired Desserts. In this interview, we talk about one surprising challenge that came along with the success of her first book, we have a frank conversation about perceptions vs. the reality in the real life of a successful author. I loved talking to Letitia about her goals for this new book and why she focused so much on sweet breakfast treats. In fact, Letitia’s beliefs about breakfast flies in the face of all conventional wisdom… but I think, for our own good, her experience is truly worth considering! This is simply a light, fun, fresh conversation perfect for a hot summer day. Whether you’re walking, driving, cooking, gardening or sitting on a porch somewhere with a tall glass of iced tea - welcome to you and welcome to Letitia.
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