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Virtual Event with Erin French & Patrick Dempsey!
REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED, BUT YOU CAN STILL PURCHASE A COPY OF THE BOOK AT THE LINK BELOW.
NEW DATE & TIME! WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 AT 7PM
IMPORTANT: Participation in this special event requires ordering a copy of FINDING FREEDOM from Longfellow Books. Once your purchase has been confirmed, we will send you a link on the day of the event with a password to access the event.
Join actor Patrick Dempsey and author Erin French, owner of the world renowned restaurant The Lost Kitchen, to discuss Erin’s New York Times bestselling memoir, Finding Freedom: A Cook’s Story; Remaking a Life from Scratch. These two friends and fellow “Mainers” will discuss Erin's incredible story of determination and grit, her critically acclaimed restaurant, Patrick’s inspiring work through The Dempsey Center, and all things Maine!
Every purchase of Finding Freedom includes a signed copy and an emailed access code for the event from Longfellow Books. Your event access code will be emailed on April 28 at 2PM PDT / 5PM EDT, so please ensure your email address is correct when ordering your copy of Finding Freedom.
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PRAISE FOR FINDING FREEDOM
“With extraordinary honesty and humor, Erin French's incredible memoir takes us on a profoundly personal journey through her highest highs and her lowest lows. It was her love of cooking and bringing people joy that gave her the strength to build the life she’d always dreamed of. I’ll never forget this book and neither will you.”
— Ina Garten, Barefoot Contessa Cookbooks
“Erin is an overcomer and a risk-taker. She’s the kind of person who, when faced with a setback, pushes forward and makes beauty out of hardship. Her story is full of passion and courage, and when you read this book, you will walk away feeling inspired and encouraged in your own life.”
—Joanna Gaines, #1 New York Times bestselling author and co-founder of Magnolia, says:
"Erin French is a talented chef, a successful entrepreneur, a beautiful young woman, and a passionate promoter of living the 'good life.' This book chronicles the incredible ups, and relatable downs, of building a life and a business. Congratulations, Erin! You have done it!"