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The 2012 Book Blogger's Cookbook

The 2012 Book Blogger's Cookbook is a community project from some of the blogosphere's best book bloggers in a simple, easy to read format.  The cookbook combines a love of reading and dining to help you find books you'll devour and recipes you can't put down.


You’ll love The Book Blogger’s Cookbook because…


The Book Blogger’s Cookbook has 50 different book reviewers from every corner of the blogosphere.  It bridges the gap between author and reader—putting you in touch with book reviewers who can separate the 5 star books from the mediocre.


The Book Blogger’s Cookbook showcases great reads and provides an interactive experience with links to author and book reviewer websites. The cookbook is created for those who like to experience what they read long after they’ve closed the book.


The Book Blogger’s Cookbook tells why each recipe complements its companion book.  Recipes and books combine to make the reading experience satisfying and entertaining.


Book launch and Contest
During the first week of the book launch, The 2012 Book Blogger's Cookbook will be available for a reduced price of .99 cents.  To purchase please click here
Every person who comments on one of the blogs during the tour will be entered to win a grand prize: a copy of every book featured in The 2012 Book Blogger's Cookbook (22 in all, over $200 value). 


It's here! The 2012 Book Blogger's Cookbook. I'd have to say that this was one of my favorite cookbooks to read. I loved to see the books that were picked, the summaries of each were helpful, especially for those that I haven't read. I thought the recipes were creative. There were several that I am going to have to make time to try especially the Beignet Chess Squares, Lumba Berry Pie and Modern Day Rootbeer Cookies! I also enjoyed reading the comments about each book from fellow bloggers. This fun cookbook will make you want to start cooking and reading!


About the author: Christy Dorrity loves to read about cooking and cook about reading. She was taught early to have a discriminating taste for both books and food. Christy grew up on a trout ranch in Star Valley, Wyoming. She taught elementary school and lives in the mountains with her husband Devon and their five young children. When Christy's not reading or writing, she's probably trying out a new recipe in the kitchen.


Make sure to go to Christy's site to check out other stops on the blog tour and enter to win the grand prize. 


Also don't forget to check out the great giveaway I have going on right now!

Comments

  1. Great book and great giveaway, thanks!
    barbarapalermo at gmail dot com

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  2. Thanks for having the cookbook on your blog today Cathy!

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  3. Cute blog...love your design.

    Stopping by from the list for the tour of THE 2012 BOOK BLOGGER'S COOK BOOK. My post is up on May 17.

    Nice to meet you.

    Stopping by for a look around.

    NEW FOLLOWER.

    Elizabeth

    Silver's Reviews

    http://silversolara.blogspot.com

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