Bake, Love, Write: 105
Authors Share Dessert Recipes and Advice on Love and Writing, edited by Lois Winston
I have a secret passion. I would love to wake up early a couple of mornings a week, report to work at a commercial bakery, and bake to my heart's content. I don't get the chance very often at home. It's just my husband and me, and if I baked my favorites: pies, scones, cookies, we'd be extremely overweight. I also love concocting cooked fruit-type desserts, using pears, peaches, berries, and bananas. So, when award-winning author Lois Winston sent out a call for authors to contribute their favorite dessert recipes for an author cookbook, I responded right away. Over the years, I've experimented with that classic, dessert Bananas Foster. What a tasteful treat: bananas sauteed in butter, brown sugar, and a sweet liquor, poured over ice cream!
I'm pleased to have my recipe for Bananas Foster, Kaska style, included in Bake, Love, Write: 105 Authors Share Dessert and Advice on Love and Writing. My contribution also includes a second recipe: this one for a lasting, loving relationship. And for you writers, I share the best advice about writing I've ever received.
The cookbook is available on Kindle, The Nook Store, Kobo, and Amazon paperback (buy links below).
Here's a sampling of some of the delights you'll find:
Southern Tarts by Cynthia Luhrs
Christmas Divinity by Shelley Noble
Chocolate Sin by Janis Susan May
and there's even a special dessert for our canine pals, Tasty Doggie Biscuits by Judy Baker.
What do most authors have
in common, no matter what genre they write? They love desserts. Sweets sustain
them through pending deadlines and take the sting out of crushing rejection
letters and nasty reviews. They also often celebrate their successes—selling a
book, winning a writing award, making a bestseller list, or receiving a
fabulous review—with decadent indulgences. And when authors chat with each
other, they often talk about their writing and their lives. Recipes. Writing.
Relationships. In this cookbook 105 authors not only share their favorite
recipes for fabulous cakes, pies, cookies, candy, and more, they also share the
best advice they’ve ever received on writing and relationships.
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Authors include: Brenda
Novak, Lois Winston, Debra Holland, Dale Mayer, Shelley Noble, Caridad Pineiro,
Diana Orgain, Lisa Verge Higgins, Lynn Cahoon, Jasmine Haynes, Jan Carol, Meg
Bellamy, Bobbi Chukran, Melissa Keir, Amy Gamet, Kristy Tate, Terry Shames,
Barbara Phinney, Kitsy Clare, Raine English, Cathryn Cade, Haley Whitehall,
Shilpa Mudiganti, Melinda Curtis, Jessa Slade, Jill Blake, Daryl Devore, Molly
MacRae, Elizabeth Rose, Helena Fairfax, Lourdes Venard, Jessica Aspen, Maegan
Beaumont, Kay Kendall, Elizabeth John, Victoria Adams, Cyndi Pauwels, Alice
Loweecey, June Shaw, Donnell Ann Bell, T. Michelle Nelson, Nina Milton, Pam
DeVoe, Skye Taylor, Conda V. Douglas, Pepper Phillips, Judy Alter, Cadence
Denton, Lesley Diehl, Erin Farwell, Regan Walker, Kaye Spencer, Barbara
Monajem, Kathleen Kaska, Catherine Kean, Rose Anderson, Suzie Tullett, Deborah
Hughes, Cynthia Luhrs, Judy Baker, Alicia Dean, Leslie Langtry, Janis Susan
May, Mitzi Flyte, Ruby Merritt, Renee D. Field, Kathryn Quick, Susan Cory, Judy
Penz Sheluk, Kay Manis, Kathryn Jane, Debra Goldstein, E. Ayers, Chantilly
White, Sloan McBride, Triss Stein, Ana Morgan, Adele Downs, L.C. Giroux, Pamela
Aares, Nancy Warren, Barbara Lohr, J.J. Cook, Lynn Reynolds, Cori Arnold, B.V.
Lawson, Lynn Franklin, M.L. Guida, Irene Peterson, Sue Viders, Liese
Sherwood-Fabre, Susan Santangelo, Sheila Seabrook, Elaine Charton, Sharleen
Scott, Kathy Bennett, Jody Payne, Reggi Allder, Ashlyn Chase, Beverley Bateman,
Susan Lohrer, Donis Casey, Barbara Leavy, Stacy Juba, Karen Rose Smith.
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