CAFE: A gathering place. A place of refreshment.

Thirsty for the latest releases in Christian fiction? Ready for a peek into the world of publishing and writing conferences? Hungry for spiritual and real-life nourishment? Pull up a seat; you're in the right place, and I'm so glad you've stopped by.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Thirty Days of Thanksgiving - Day Three

Day 3. The letter C. 

Have I got a surprise for you today! But first – a little thanksgiving dance for my favorite “C” word – coffee!

Anyone who has known me for more than five minutes knows I LOVE coffee, the nectar of heaven. Thank you, Jesus, for that little burst of caffeine that gets me going in the morning, that keeps me percolating through the day, and is the perfect benediction to a great dinner with family or friends. AND a highly recommended accompaniment to any of the recipes in the just-released, greatly anticipated, first annual Novel Morsels: Your Favorite Authors Bringing Recipes to Life.

Isn’t this a tempting cover? This e-book is the brainchild of Nicole O’Dell, writer, radio host, and teen advocate. And now Cook Book Editor! Sixty-three Christian Fiction authors contributed to this collection of more than 120 recipes. Some are found between the covers of our books and have our character’s fingerprints on them. Some are from authors who cope with the rigors of writing by escaping into the kitchen. I can’t wait to try some of them myself, and I know you’ll love it, too.

Novel Morsels is available on Nicole’s site now at the low price of $2.99 and will soon be available for the Kindle, Nook, and iPad. HOWEVER . . . as a thank you to the faithful readers of this blog, I will send a *coupon code* to anyone who leaves a comment on this post for the next two weeks and you will get the cook book FREE! Zero dollars. Please include your contact information so I can send the code to your inbox.

Read the complete list of contributing authors here

That's it. My surprise for you today. I’m thankful for writing friends who journey with me, love and support one another, and do fun things like putting together a cook book. A special thanks to Nicole O’Dell for the magic that pulled it all together. All the credit is hers. Enjoy!

So, what is it? Coffee, tea, or ??? Remember - comment for the coupon code!


Erica Vetsch said...

This is such a fun idea.

Coffee, not so much for me. I love the smell, just don't enjoy the taste. I'm a tea drinker. Earl Grey.

ericavetsch at gmail dot com

carla stewart said...

Earl Grey is great! I drink it for a change of pace. And green tea! Love it! Thanks Erica! Did you get your coupon and the cookbook??? Hope so!

Sharon said...

Mine is hot chocolate! But I like peppermint tea also. My parents still don't understand how a child of theirs does not like coffee.
smoore at tcq dot net

Susan H said...

What a great cookbook idea! I would love to have this e-book! I'm not a coffee drinker. My drink of choice is a Dr Pepper or iced tea.


Tracy Ruckman said...

I would love this cook book - I'm a foodie. One of my editors keeps an eye on how much food I describe in my own books, so I made my last hero a chef! LOL!

Josanne said...

I have often read novels where the family is sitting around the table eating momma's offering for the evening. And I can almost taste it! I would love to get in on this cookbook offer coupon. Thanks.

Josanne said...

I forgot to leave my "coffee" comment. Not a coffee drinker; it upsets the tummy for some reason. But I love Chai Tea, especially that brewed at Panera. It's like dessert!
I think you can even ask for a lighter dairy in it . . . and it still tastes deliciously cozy.