A Cruise and Caribbean Jerk Salad
I have just finished my latest review! I have had an extremely busy week and am glad that I was able to relax today and I was finally able to finish up my next review. This time, I take a look at "More than Magic: Semester Aboard" by Elizabeth Kirke, which you can find by clicking here or on the "Good Books" page as always.
To go along with it, I am going to provide a recipe for a delicious caribbean jerk chicken salad that is loaded with flavor... But that's not quite ready yet! I hope to have it available for everyone tomorrow so check back!
Thanks and enjoy!
UPDATE: Recipe is available here!
Crane and Pumpkin Pie
My latest review of "Crane" by Stacey Rourke is now available. You can find it by clicking the "Good Books" page at the top or following the link here.
To go along with it, I chose to include a recipe that makes me think of the Fall season and of Ichabod Crane. So what better than a crustless pumpkin pie (that's pretty close to "headless" for a pie, right?). You can find it by clicking the "Tasty Morsels" page at the top or following the link here.
Thanks and I hope you enjoy!
My wonderfully talented aunt (along with the help of many others) is hosting a magical author signing in Frankenmuth, MI on August 12th and 13th. Good Books & Tasty Morsels will be there to meet with authors (among other things). It's going to be a great time!
The event will feature meet and greet access with your favorite independent authors along with a wonderful ball that I'm sure will be a blast.
You can find more information here: www.onceuponabookauthorsigning.com/ or via Facebook. Tickets are available via Eventbrite. Get your tickets, there's only a little time left!
NOW IN BUSINESS!
Can this be real? Am I finally posting my first blog? Why yes here it is. I am so excited to be launching Good Books & Tasty Morsels. This has been a crazy few weeks trying to get everything ready, to get this blog up and running. I have to give a shout out to a few people for helping make this blog happen. One is to my aunt Stacey for always encouraging me and convincing me that I can do whatever I set my mind to. Also, I need to thank her for helping with the name. She is amazing with words, as you will see! A big thanks to Lori Follett with Wicked Book Covers/ Spellbound Book Editing for creating the blogs logo. I am very excited to see everything come together, I am ecstatic with the results.
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