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Favorite recipes from scores of bestselling authors come to life in this exciting gastronomic collection. Compiled by Terry J. LaBrue, APR, Literary Feast is a fascinating array of foods, drinks and desserts. Bestselling author profiles plus their personal stories add flavor to the collection.Literary Feast features a piquant foreword by noted chef, author and culinary consultant Greg Atkinson plus scores of recipes, profiles and photographs of other notable and bestselling authors. Through the contributions from more than 90 authors, readers have a greater enjoyment of food from their point of view Notable Northwest authors such as: J.A. Jance, Garth Stein, John Nance, John Saul, Deb Caletti and Nancy Pearl are featured with national bestselling authors such as Alexander McCall Smith, Faye and Jonathan Kellerman, and Chez Panisse's Alice Waters. This is a true crossover book that combines reader's interest in bestselling authors with literary insight, family histories, regional comforts and even a few love stories. Published by Classic Day Publishing and retailing for $22.95 plus tax and shipping, proceeds from the sale of Literary Feast will support literacy and reading programs in all 44 King County libraries
Terry J. LaBrue, APR, is a veteran author and food and travel writer in the Pacific Northwest. He is a cum laude graduate of California State University, Fresno, served at Nordstrom Inc., Meyers Wolfe Kilgore & Sutter, was president and creative director at Fisher Brady & LaBrue and in 1989 founded Seattle-based LaBrue Communications, a marketing and public relations consultancy. LaBrue is accredited by the Public Relations Society of America and is a member of the American Marketing Association. His firm consults a wide range of top firms including the Fluke Corporation, King County Library System, D2 Energy Systems, Meterman Test Tools, and the Family Policy Council. He has authored three cookbooks, with the latest being, Litearary Feast, The Famous Author's Cookbook, 2009.