In this book, Victoria Moran helps outline practical baby steps toward a vegan diet. She also offers great tips for being vegan on a budget and looking at being vegan from an "every day" perspective. It has practical advice and inspiration for everyone interested in going vegan, no matter what tax bracket you're in!

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Robert McNally
456 days ago

Hi Ellen,
I've been encouraged by a fan of yours to send you a book I have written. She thinks you would love it. It's title is "I Had Jelly on My Nose and A Hole in My Breeches." The book is on Amazon, soft cover and Kindle.
The book is a memoir of a modern day Huckleberry Finn who delighted in youthful romances and wild adventures. My earliest memories are about living on top of a hill next to a crematory and across the street from a cemetery during the Great Depression. The only people I saw were the members of my family and Mrs. Wagner, who lived in the only other house on the hill. The living atmosphere was rather strange, but to this three year old it seemed normal. I watched daily the wanderings of Gypsies, beggars and hobos. Down from the hill was my only playmate, Rosemary.
I was fortunate to have a review which among other things said that they didn't realize what a find my book was. The reviewer said the story teller is gifted and has the ability to make you fall into his childhood so naturally and well. You feel as though you're right there with him, as part of his family.
The reviwer said the book has sweet honesty and gentle humor. My childhood really was quite interesting. The reviewer said there was no need for embellishing any truths,which makes it a lovely, slice o' life, feel-good, easy read.
I would love to send you my book. Please let me know the address.
Yours Truly,
Bob McNally

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528 days ago

What an excellent book! This was the first book of "Ellen's picks" I've read and I will definitely keep going. I'm a vegetarian--transitioning-to-vegan and this book was perfect. There were a ton of facts but not overwhelming--very reasonable and practical tips for a "new" vegan. I will try the recipes soon too! Thanks Ellen

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Cindy Osborn
680 days ago

Here's a book for you to read: Gambit of the Harpy
It's my brother's first book and going over seemingly well. His original intention of writing this was to encourage his daughter to read. Less than 4 months later he had an Epic Fantasy Novel that is now available on in paperback and kindle. (I might add that now I've seen the inner workings of my brother's mind..I should have been a little more frightened of him growing up.)

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