Author Kathleen Flinn of Kitchen Counter Cooking School Coming to Phoenix for First Chow Bella Book Club Event

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When we started the Chow Bella Book Club earlier this month with Changing Hands Bookstore, the hope was that eventually CHB would be able to persuade some kick-ass food writers to come to town.

Well, that was quick. We'd barely announced the club's first meeting when the amazing folks at Changing Hands convinced the author of our first Chow Bella Book Club selection Kitchen Counter Cooking School, Kathleen Flinn, to head to Phoenix on her book tour -- and she said yes!

Flinn will be here Thursday November 3rd at 7 p.m. at Changing Hands Bookstore. She's wedged a spot for Phoenix on her book tour that's taking her to New York, San Francisco, Chicago, and Paris. Nice company!

Want to learn a bit more about Kathleen Flinn and her book? Here's the trailer she made for this book:

If you feel like you might have heard of her before, could very well be. Her first book was the best-selling memoir The Sharper Your Knife, the Less You Cry, (Viking/Penguin 2007) she describes as "a real-life story of leaving corporate life to cash in my life savings to study at the Le Cordon Bleu in Paris."

We'd love to get into a boisterous discussion about what's really going on in American kitchens - and your kitchen. Mark your calendars, get you book if you haven't already (use the coupon for a 20% discount from Changing Hands below) and we'll see you there in a few weeks! Keep your eyes peeled for even more Chow Bella Book Club live events, we've got more really outstanding authors planning to come our way in the next few months.

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