Saturday, September 22, 2012

Fun stuff...

For some reason this youtube video makes me uber happy. Maybe it's because her lovely accent makes us sound so proper and refined. Anyway, Alison Tyler sent it to me and I thought I'd share :)

Also, this is nifteh! Passionate Cooks comes out October 1 but you can pre-order and it's free. FREE!

Here's the blurb and the link:

Food and love have had a long association, for Passionate Cooks: Free Recipes From Today’s Hottest Romance Authors, over 150 authors of the genre have put their pens and computers aside to don aprons, get down and dirty in the kitchen, and share their love of food.

Much like romance novels themselves, the dishes range from spicy to sweet. There is something for every taste and every level of culinary expertise. The cookbook includes New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Mari Carr’s “Wild Irish” Cream of Crab Soup recipe. Western GBLT author BA Tortuga contributes a dish as spicy and colorful as the straight-shooting author herself with Ranch Hands—a blend of Tabasco, salsa, onions and cumin, added to pinto beans, eggs, Canadian bacon and cheddar cheese and served in a tortilla. And for those of you who are feeling extra creative and sexy, there’s the Avocado Dip that doubles as body paint from mystery writer Marcia James.

Some recipes are simple, such as Down Home Mac & Cheese, while some are more exotic, such as Spicy Shrimp Risotto.
There are even some gluten-free selections, like the Sweet and Spicy Gluten-Free Lo Mein-ish Noodles from erotica author Sommer Marsden. And a few are perfectly timed for a Halloween, such as Tracey H. Kitt’s Gamberi del Diavolo or Shrimp of the Devil.

Best of all, they are FREE!

Hey look at me in the blurbage! Awesome :)

And THERE'S STILL TIME for the zombie love poem contest. See the sidebar to the right~~~~~> Surely you can spare a moment to pen a lovely sonnet, just a stanza, or even a limerick. There once was a zombie from...(dirty or clean, dealer's choice).

Happy Saturday!


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