About Lunch with Buddha
Paperback – 392 pages
Publisher: AJAR Contemporaries (November 13, 2012)
Praise for Breakfast with Buddha
“There are two journeys here, and the significant journey is not measured in miles, but in awareness; we know that it is not only the passing scenery out the window we should attend to, but to Otto’s inner landscape as well . . .” —John Dufresne, The Boston Globe
“Spiritual odysseys are seldom filled with baseball games, miniature golf, Mexican food and belly laughs; this one is the exception.” — Valerie Ryan, The Seattle Times
Roland Merullo is an awarding-winning author of 14 books including 10 works of fiction. Breakfast with Buddha, a nominee for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, is now in its 14th printing. The Talk-Funny Girl was a 2012 ALEX Award Winner and named a “Must Read for 2012” by the Massachusetts Library Association and the Massachusetts Center for the Book; Revere Beach Boulevard was named one of the “Top 100 Essential Books of New England” by The Boston Globe, A Little Love Story was named one of “Ten Wonderful Romance Novels” by Good Housekeeping and Revere Beach Elegy won the Massachusetts Book Award for non fiction.
A former writer in residence at North Shore Community College and Miami Dade Colleges, and professor of Creative Writing at Bennington and Amherst Colleges, Merullo has been a guest speaker at many literary events and venues and a faculty member at MFA programs and several writers’ conferences. His essays have appeared in numerous publications including The New York Times, Outside Magazine, Yankee Magazine, Newsweek, Boston Globe, Philadelphia Inquirer, Boston Magazine, Reader’s Digest, Good Housekeeping, and The Chronicle of Higher Education. His books have been translated into German, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean and Croatian.
Roland Merullo lives in western Massachusetts with his wife and two daughters.
For additional information, please visit Mr. Merullo’s website, rolandmerullo.com.
Roland Merullo’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:
Tuesday, November 13th: I Am A Reader, Not A Writer – Author Q&A
Friday, November 16th: Mom in Love with Fiction
Monday, November 19th: Dwell in Possibility
Tuesday, November 20th: Lavish Bookshelf
Wednesday, November 21st: Patricia’s Wisdom
Monday, November 26th: Minding Spot
Tuesday, November 27th: Write, Meg!
Wednesday, November 28th: Bibliophiliac
Thursday, November 29th: Suko’s Notebook
Friday, November 30th: She Treads Softly
Monday, December 3rd: Erin Reads
Tuesday, December 4th: Fiction Addict
Thursday, December 6th: Book Club Classics!
Friday, December 7th: Bibliosue
Wednesday, December 12th: Stiletto Storytime