A Cook’s Tour of Epicuria… One Woman’s Adventures.

 Smith’s 270-page cookbook-memoir with 16 full-page color photos  she has taken of various places in Europe, Britain, Mexico and Latin America she’s travelled to and written about. The book contains over 200 original recipes and 25 tales by the author of her world-wide travels. It is currently out-of-print but a few used copies are still available on Amazon.com and because of the book’s popularity, it may soon be reprinted.

Top review from the United States from Amazon.com:

A Cook’s Tour of Epicuria – One Woman’s Adventures by Sandra CH Smith

 “5.0 out of 5 stars Such a good gift – especially for women of all ages in your life! What a treasure this book is! Gave it to my daughter for Christmas, and she loves it as much as I did. Wonderful recipes tucked in-between pages of captivating stories of Sandra’s journeys through life. Sandra is an inspiration to women everywhere. How does one woman fit so much living into one life? She makes it possible.

Dee

Out Of The Fog!  

A Story of Survival, Faith and Courage

Out Of The Fog!  is for those wishing to seek a happy and joyous life, free from addiction and wanting to learn how to push fear aside and step off the dime into a rewarding adventurous life. This is the inspiring story of a 35-year old woman who had everything— until Demon Rum crept in to take it all away.  At eight years sober, the author buys a sailboat, teaches herself to sail, and embarks mostly alone, sometimes with her rebellious teenaged daughter, on a seven-year spiritual odyssey in the Pacific. Smith’s book offers a heart-warming, sometimes terrifying testament to triumph over adversity.

“Out of the Fog!” offers painful but compelling insights into mother-daughter relationships and illustrates the power of hope, faith and courage.

PRE-RELEASE DATE – Jan 2021 (approx)

Thy Sea Is So Great!

 Sails and Telltales

This is the working title of Smith’s third book, currently a “work in progress”. It follows her adventures aboard the 35-foot sailboat she bought when she was 43 with no knowledge of sailing. With eight years of sobriety tucked into her life jacket, the author spent almost three years teaching herself how to sail up and down the coast of California. Then the Big Blue beckoned and off she sailed, mostly alone or sometimes with her rebellious teenaged daughter,  on a five-year spiritual odyssey from San Francisco to the Polynesian Triangle somewhere off Easter Island. Says Smith, ” Terrifying? yes! Scary? yes! Life-threatening? yes! Life-changing? no doubt! Fabulous, absolutely and I’d do it again!” 

Watch the author’s blog for a release date.