Portland Breakfast Book: Third Edition Time.

by BreakfastGuy on October 30, 2012 · 14 comments

Portland Breakfast Book

Let’s do this again!

Is this true? Am I really about to embark on a third edition of my Portland breakfast guidebook? Oh hell yes, I am.

Breakfast in Bridgetown was born in a conversation at Beaterville Cafe with my friend Craig Schuhmann, who is now the author of three fishing books — the most recent being Get Started Fly-Fishing! We were talking about writing and books and breakfast, and I found myself saying, “Shoot, I could write a whole book about places to eat breakfast in Portland!”

And so I did. Twice.

And now here we go for Round Three. Publication date for the Third Edition: July 1, 2013. Sooner than you (well, I) think!

But I need your help. I have a Breakfast Crew that helps me explore and eat. I have an insane list of places to check out. I have something like a plan. I might even have enough money. (More about that later.)

Here’s what I am asking for right now. You can help by either posting comments here or emailing me at paul – at – paulgerald – dot – com. (Sorry, trying to watch the spam.) You can also participate on Twitter and/or Facebook.

  1. Suggestions of places to check out, and dishes to get there. In town, out of town, whatever.
  2. Updates or errors you’ve found in the current edition (I have some here)
  3. Ideas for how to improve the book, whether it’s what info is shared, how it’s presented, how many places are in there, the maps, the lists … whatever. Don’t be shy and don’t worry about my feelings. Have at it.
  4. It would also be grovvy if you subscribed to my newsletter, The Breakfast Bulletin. You can do that right here. I will send the Bulletin out every two weeks from here on out, with news, reviews, and other goodies, including contests.
  5. Suggest guests for the breakfast podcast, which will be reborn … um, soon. With video.
  6. Anything else you can think of and want to share.

Helping out means getting your name in the book, getting a break when it comes out, and … well … helping out!

And that is where things stand: on the verge of the next Portland breakfast adventure. And inviting you to be a part of it.

Thanks,

Paul

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