…named a Finalist, Multicultural Fiction, ForeWord Magazine 2009 Awards. This book is a true page-turner. Check it out!
See this article about how flame-throwing political books sell. But, is that what we really want in our democracy?
Excellent article for those of you who are serious about selling your books.
“Dining with the Dollar Diva” cookbook author Elizabeth Fisher on NBC-10/TV Phila. demonstrating her fabulous Hot Queso Dip with Joe’s Chips! http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/shows/10-show/_Dining_With_The_Dollar_Diva__Philadelphia
With a successful health care bill now passed, want to know how President Obama has been putting it together since 2000? Read this article about John Presta’s book, Mr. and Mrs. Grassroots: How Barack Obama, Two Bookstore Owners, and 300 Volunteers Did It.
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What could be better in this economy than recipes where all of the ingredients are a dollar or less? That’s what’s in The Elevator Group’s latest book, Dining with the Dollar Diva, by Elizabeth J. Fisher. Check it out in this video.
See the article from the WPVI website explaining the book:
LOWER MERION TWP., Pa. – March 22, 2010 (WPVI) — “You can make a really delicious and beautiful meal for very little cost,” says Elizabeth Fisher, author of the new cookbook “Dining with the Dollar Diva.”
“Dining with the Dollar Diva” got its start when she’d stop in a local dollar store to pick up items for her elderly mother.
“I would literaly go in to dollar stores and I would see this ingredient over here and this over here and it would come together,” Fisher says. “Like the ravioli cabonara, that’s how that came to me.”
Her ravioli recipe uses pork roll, cheese sauce, cream and shredded cheese, along with spices and dollar bags of pasta.
Once Elizabeth started experimenting, she came up with dozens of recipes in which all the ingredients cost a dollar or less.
“I would see the different ingredients and just see how they would meld or mesh together and that’s how I came up with a lot of the recipes,” she says.
She started a blog, which led to the cookbook. In the cookbook, she not only shares recipes, but the stories behind them.
“Some of them are recipes that have been around, everybody makes them, but I was just doing it where I wasn’t paying an arm and a leg, just to have a really nice upscale dish,” Fisher says.
Great review of PJ McCalla’s Heads Deacon, Tails Devil, published by my publishing company, The Elevaor Group.
For anyone who thinks that publishers make alot of money on each book sold….
Here’s a way for publishers to expand their lines through Print-on-demand through Lulu. Something to think about….