[[ Epub ]] ❧ The World Was My Oyster But I Didnt Know How to Cook Author Christy Potter – Ivogue.co.uk

8 thoughts on “The World Was My Oyster But I Didnt Know How to Cook

  1. says:

    Reading this collection of creative nonfiction pieces was a surprising experience for me There was so much packed into the pages of this book that I was honestly not even sure how I was going to write it I experienced a strange array of emotions as I read through the stories and the letter to the as yet unknown child was the one that hit me the most, followed closely by the ones about getting older and change I am a mom of three, and I am in my 30s Change is something that is inevitable and something ...

  2. says:

    A totally cool book which brings alot of the writings of Christy She always says it how it is and you will find yourself nodding in agreement as you read each short piece The views she shows her thoughts on are most modern day things we take for granted But Christy shows that sometimes we need to open our eyes and take a new look at daily thing...

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The World Was My Oyster But I Didnt Know How to Cook Award Winning Writer And Longtime Journalist Christy Potter Has Brought Some Of Her Recent Work Together In This Collection, Including Essays, Interviews With Well Known Writers, Short Stories And Assorted Observations And Witticisms That Will Make You Laugh, Make You Cry, And Make You Think.As A Midwesterner Who Moved To The New York City Metro Area Almost 20 Years Ago, Christy Has An Interesting Perspective On Life, As A Creative Writer, A Career Long Journalist, And A Displaced Hayseed Whose Love Of Talking To People Is Second Only To Her Love Of Writing All Of That Comes Through In This Book, A Diverse Collection Of The Style And Voice Her Longtime Readers Have Come To Know And Love The World Was My Oyster Is Available As An E Book And Paperback.

  • Paperback
  • 180 pages
  • The World Was My Oyster But I Didnt Know How to Cook
  • Christy Potter
  • English
  • 10 October 2018

About the Author: Christy Potter

Longtime journalist Christy Potter is the author of The Shiksa s Guide to Yiddish and the award winning The World Was My Oyster But I Didn t Know How to Cook Her debut novel, Oh Brother, is available on Her most recent book, The Bacchae A Myth Retold is available on and through her website,