'Harlot' Author Becomes a “Hot Momma”

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Patricia Volonakis Davis, author of the award-winning, Harlot’s Sauce: A Memoir of Food, Family, Love, Loss, and Greece, is recognized as one of Top 25 Mentors for Young Women and Girls by The Hot Mommas Project

Patricia V. Davis, author of Harlot’s Sauce: A Memoir of Food, Family, Love, Loss, and Greece, and editor-in-chief of Harlots’ Sauce Radio e-magazine, was recognized by Hot Mommas Project for her work as philanthropist, entrepreneur, and award-winning author.

Established in 2002 by entrepreneur and educator Kathy Korman Frey, the goal of the Hot Mommas Project is to raise the self-efficacy of women and girls through exposure to role models. Housed at George Washington University, they develop award-winning curricula for dynamic female leaders. This mission-driven, for-profit venture has been featured on NPR, in The Washington Post Magazine, and in the blogosphere around the globe. (See http://hotmommasproject.wordpress.com/2010/03/24/2010-hot-mommas-project-winners-announced/)

This year’s winners include inspiring women from all sectors, who highlight not only their professional, but personal tales of success. Davis’ case study included her seven years spent running her own imports and education business in Athens, Greece, which was one of the paths that led her to publishing her award-winning memoir and creating her popular, motivational blog, the writings from which have been reposted on hundreds of other sites.

For further information on Ms. Davis and her upcoming events, contact Susannah Greenberg at: publicity (at) bookbuzz (dot) com or call Jane Hunter at: 415-459-8969. More about Patricia can also be found on her website at: http://www.patriciaVdavis.com.

Patricia V. Davis is the editor-in-chief of Harlots’ Sauce Radio, an e-magazine and podcast at http://www.harlotssauce.com. She has published a broad spectrum of short works and poetry, nationally and internationally. Harlot’s Sauce: A Memoir of Food, Family, Love, Loss and Greece, her first full-length work, is being hailed as “a cross between Under the Tuscan Sun and My Big Fat Greek Wedding”, and was dubbed “delicious”, “inspiring,” and “witty, warm, and readable” by news sources.


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