Shelf, Page, Book (April 7th)

Shelf, Page, Book (April 7th)

April 7th, 2022 l Shelf, Page, Book, this is the Read More Newsletter. The email that tells you what to read and what's going on in the book world!


Happy April!

In Today's Email: 

  • ✍️For Writers: Reese Witherspoon's Underrepresented Women Writers’ Fellowship
    📚 Dolly Parton's Imagination Library program hits milestone in Northeast Ohio with 1 million books mailed
  • 📖 Throwback Interview Week #8: Our Interview with The World's Former Youngest Sommelier Victoria James




This week's shelf entry is a little bit different.  If you are a writer, we are sharing Reese's Witherspoon's Book Club Writer Fellowship opportunity. 


This fellowship is specifically for women with diverse backgrounds to help polish their manuscript and gain connections in the industry. 


If you are a writer that is looking to break into the publishing industry, this could be a great opportunity!


For more information on how to register, click the link below courtesy of Mental Floss.


We have some inspiring news this week, (Ok no more politics for a few weeks😂) Dolly Parton's Imagination Library has official hit 1 Million books donated to children in Northeast Ohio!

The program is focused on mailing free books to kids up to Age 5 in the area.

Such a great initiative to see in full blossom! 

To see the full article, visit the link by wkyc studios.



Do we have any wine lovers here?! 

This week we are doing a throwback interview with our favorite Wine Girl, Victoria James about her book by the same name "Wine Girl"!

In this interview we discuss being the head beverage director and part-owner of Cote (We ate at Cote Miami and its absolutely AMAZING!), lack of diversity in the restaurant industry, wine and speaking out about her story of sexual abuse. 

We had a great conversation with Victoria and we can't wait for you all to check it out!

Link below!

P.S. Please visit Cote Miami or Cote NYC… You won't regard it!


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