Thursday, May 10, 2012

The 2012 Book Blogger's Cookbook ~ Compliled by Christy Dorrity + GIVEAWAY

Blog tour and Giveaway
Follow the tour here.

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.

Why else should you buy this cookbook?  Well, I'm quoted in it! Okay, maybe that's not such a draw but she does quote my review of Carrier of the Mark. YAY!

Maybe the better draw is that this week only, it's only $.99 on Amazon!  Okay, that got your attention.

Oh and I have one copy to give away!  Yes, just fill out the rafflecopter below.

One more thing peeps! 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)!! Click HERE to see all the stops on the tour!

Go forth and cook and read and cook and read and cook and did I say read....yes read! a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. I'm completely mystified by this book... what recipes would book bloggers have in common?

  2. Oh and to answer your question, Green Eggs and Ham?

  3. Thanks for having me on your blog today Valerie!


  4. Hmmm I don't really know. I guess when I read Pyxis by K.C. Neal I was totally craving baked goods. Mostly cookies. While reading Rachel Vincent's Shifters series I ended up having an obsession with Amaretto coffee with french vanilla coffee creamer too. Lol!! I don't know if the books really reminded me of certain foods, but when they mentioned certain foods or drinks I had to have them. This book sounds really awesome.

  5. Fried Green Tomatoes?

    Always love a good cookbook!

    jhsmail at comcast dot net

  6. I have to see this book. What kinds of recipes are in it? Probably really fast stuff so we can get back to reading. lol My answer to the question would be Cupcake.

  7. I can't seem to log in with email...?

    1. Make sure you are using the login at the bottom of the rafflecopter and not the facebook one.


    2. It must have been the conection or something- I have it now, Val.
      The only association that comes to mind is Rampant (Killer Unicorns, #1) with Nutela/tuna bagels...yes, I tend to just throw together whatever's in the press and unsurpringly, a combo like that one tends to be memorable.

  8. I agree with a previous comment. I don't associate a certain food with a book, but if a drink or food is mentioned I want it!

  9. Sadly, the only food I think about when reading any book is chocolate, in any form.

  10. Almost all book remind me of food so i will have to go with The Food Of Love.

  11. I can't think of a book related food or food related book.

  12. Any of Louisa Edwards' books.

  13. Nice post.

    Stopping by from the list for the tour of THE 2012 BOOK BLOGGER'S COOK BOOK.



    Silver's Reviews

  14. Cool that you're quoted in it! I'm reading it now so I'll be sure to watch for your quote.