Here’s one for my author followers, shared from Ryan of the Book Review Directory, which is where I know some of you first found me.
From 17 February to 26 February Absolute Truth, For Beginners will cost only £0.99.
And to celebrate this offer, Katarina West, the author is hosting a rafflecopter competition to giveaway 2 eBook copies of Absolute Truth, for Beginners. Open worldwide.
a Rafflecopter giveaway – Please click on the link to enter.
I received a free advance PDF copy of the book “Absolute Truth, For Beginners” by Katarina West to review. It is Katarina’s second book, following her debut novel Witchcraft Couture. To find out more about the author you may visit her website or blog.
Here is the book blurb.
Elisa Mancini is a Nobody. Painfully insecure, more at ease with books than with people, at twenty-three she’s a university dropout living at her aunt’s, drifting from one day to another, and waiting for something big to happen.
Judith Shapiro is a Somebody. Arrogant and eccentric, she’s a superstar of mathematics, the subject of scientific articles, and the undisputed ruler of the world around her.
In a trillionth of a trillionth of a second, Elisa falls madly in love with Judith Shapiro. For sixty-eight days she is the mistress of an internationally acclaimed mathematician.
But loving Judith Shapiro is like…
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I tried baking Dinner Bank’s Hobbits cookies recipe today and my kids went mad for them. Will definitely be making these again.
My Hobbits cookies are something which is dedicated to my children. When they lived at home then disappeared cakes double-time. But I understand and yet today so I do not bake them all at once without parts dough into 4-6 pieces. Slices up and let the others go into the freezer unbaked.
One tip, if you use a machine, then add the raisins at the end. Otherwise they break worked, as mine was now, therefore, became the cookies dark.
270 g of room temperature butter
160 g of sugar
160g brown sugar
2 tsp vanilla
380 g of flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
1 tsp cinnamon
110 g of oatmeal
Beat butter and sugar fluffy. Beat in the eggs. Stir in remaining ingredients and make sure everything is mixed well and becomes a dough ball. Take the dough ball divide into 4…
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Will try this as I love omelettes and I love spinach recipes, but never tried spinach in an omelette
Cheese omelette with truffle oil and spinach
100ml chopped fresh spinach
20g chopped cheese, preferably strong
salt and pepper
1 teaspoon truffle oil
Oil for frying
Fry the spinach in a little oil in the pan quickly. Whisk together eggs, spices and stir into cheese and the fried spinach. Turn a little more oil to the pan and gently tap down omelette batter. Let it get nice color and then flip. Let fry until nicely browned on the other side. Place on a plate and sprinkle with truffle oil. Serve with fresh tomatoes and some salami.