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Lucky Bitch: A Guide for Exceptional Women to Create Outrageous Success

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Want to be more lucky? Check out Jenn's review of Lucky Bitch, by Denise Duffield-Thomas - Abundance, Prosperity Mindset, Success Mindset
Want to be more lucky? Check out Jenn’s review of Lucky Bitch, by Denise Duffield-Thomas

Lucky Bitch: A Guide for Exceptional Women to Create Outrageous Success

Adult, New Thought, 288 Pages

Hay House UK (March 20, 2018)

Can you learn to be lucky?Self-made millionaire Denise Duffield-Thomas not only believes this is possible, she knows it’s possible. From being broke, hating her office job and generally having a life that made her completely miserable, Denise went on to travel the world and make all of her dreams come true within the space of a few years. She attracted more than half a million dollars- worth of free travel, scholarships, prizes and bank errors in her favour, and in this book she reveals how you can do the same.Whether you’re already lucky and want to attract even more into your life, or you feel like your luck is just about to run out, Lucky Bitch will show you how to take action in areas of your life that are lacking in magic.With her trademark humour and encouragement, Denise gives clear and effective instructions based on the principles of the Law of Attraction to get you closer to living your dream life. You’ll also learn the ‘Ten Lucky Bitch Commandments’ and how to use them to create luck in all areas of life, including business and money.This book has already changed the lives of tens of thousands of women. Now it has the potential to change yours. If you’ve been asking for an answer or a miracle, this book is it!

About the Author

Biography

Denise Duffield-Thomas is the money mindset mentor for the new wave of online female entrepreneurs. Her best-selling books “Lucky Bitch” and “Get Rich, Lucky Bitch” give a fresh and funny road-map to create an outrageously successful life and business.

Denise helps women release their fear of money, set premium prices for their services and take back control over their finances.

Denise is an award winning speaker, author and entrepreneur who helps women transform their Economy-Class money mindset into a First-Class life. Find her at www.LuckyBitch.com

Jenn’s Review

If you’ve never seen Denise Duffield-Thomas… Make a note to check out her blog. Then grab this book and start taking action to create a life you love.

In her book, Lucky Bitch, Denise outlines how she worked with the Law of Attraction to manifest an experience she really wanted – a six-month gig as a professional honeymoon tester.

With gratitude and forgiveness at the foundation of her work, she walks her readers through the specific steps she used to create a career she loves, making insane amounts of money, with time and energy left over to enjoy the fruits of her labor. (And explains where the title comes from)

Sounds too good to be true? I’ve read several books on Law of Attraction, and this is the most practical guide I’ve found yet. Dive in and try it for yourself.

Want to be more lucky? Check out Jenn's review of Lucky Bitch, by Denise Duffield-Thomas - Abundance, Prosperity Mindset, Success Mindset
Want to be more lucky? Check out Jenn’s review of Lucky Bitch, by Denise Duffield-Thomas

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Also by this author:

Get Rich, Lucky Bitch

Lifetime Conversation Guide

Jenn reviews James K. Von Fleet's LIFETIME CONVERSATION GUIDE - Nonfiction, Personal Development, Interpersonal Relationships.
Jenn reviews James K. Von Fleet’s Lifetime Conversation Guide – Nonfiction, Personal Development, Interpersonal Relationships.

About the book:

Lifetime Conversation Guide by James K. Van Fleet

Prentice Hall Direct; 1st Edition edition

September 1, 1984

Whether at home or at work, you spend a lot of your waking hours conversing with other people. You try to influence their behavior by advising, ordering, and persuading–but all too often, you fail to get through to them. Here are scores of “conversation power” techniques you can use to control the behavior of others in virtually any family, business, or social situation. Without ever raising your voice, you can get anyone to do what you want, the way you want–and do it gladly.Once you learn these simple methods of verbal persuasion, you’ll wield an almost magical power over everyone–and win the respect, support, and friendship of everyone you meet!

Jenn’s Review:

This one floated into our store inventory, and I was curious as a business owner and an aspiring mentor/coach. Having finished the book, I have mixed feelings.

Mr. Van Fleet lays out numerous healthy conversation habits, such as how to actively listen, how to ask leading questions, how to relate well to your spouse and children. That said, half of the book could probably be cut in editing – he constantly reiterates what he just said, and continually tries to sell the reader on the benefits of what he’s about to teach you.

I also found the book dated (it was published in 1984), and frequently condescending towards women. However, if you are willing to put on your hip-waders and muck through the irrelevant and chauvenism, you’ll discover a wealth of solid advice on marketing, networking, and general conversation.

Jenn reviews James K. Von Fleet's LIFETIME CONVERSATION GUIDE - Nonfiction, Personal Development, Interpersonal Relationships.
Jenn reviews James K. Von Fleet’s Lifetime Conversation Guide – Nonfiction, Personal Development, Interpersonal Relationships.

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Mindfulness – Review

About the Book

Mindfulness, Mark Williams, and Danny Penman

Adult Health 288 Pages

Rodale Books; 1 edition (November 13, 2012)

Mindfulness reveals a set of simple yet powerful practices that you can incorporate into daily life to help break the cycle of anxiety, stress, unhappiness, and exhaustion. It promotes the kind of happiness and peace that gets into your bones. It seeps into everything you do and helps you meet the worst that life throws at you with new courage.

The book is based on Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT). MBCT revolves around a straightforward form of mindfulness meditation which takes just a few minutes a day for the full benefits to be revealed. MBCT has been clinically proven to be at least as effective as drugs for depression and is widely recommended by US physicians and the UK’s National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence—in other words, it works. More importantly, it also works for people who are not depressed but who are struggling to keep up with the constant demands of the modern world.

MBCT was developed by the book’s author, Oxford professor Mark Williams, and his colleagues at the Universities of Cambridge and Toronto. By investing just 10 to 20 minutes each day, you can learn the simple mindfulness meditations at the heart of MBCT and fully reap their benefits. The book includes links to audio meditations to help guide you through the process. You’ll be surprised by how quickly these techniques will have you enjoying life again.

Jenn’s Review

I picked this book up some time ago, and due to Life happening (including buying a house and various upsets to my usual routine), this eight-week plan took me almost four months. Did that affect the overall benefits of the plan?

Not at all.

This book was worth taking my time to get through. Between practical explanations in each chapter, the downloadable, guided meditations, and independent practice, I finished the book with more tools than I began with (and I have been meditating for years).

The authors of MINDFULNESS lay a solid foundation of research and application before starting the reader on a series of weekly steps, gradually building on the previous week’s learning and practice.

This is more than a simple how-to book. You *could* just read straight through, but the better investment of time would be to tackle one chapter a week. Repeat the week until you are comfortable with the given practice before you move on.

I’ve read a number of books on meditation and mindfulness, but this is, by far, the most practical of them all. I’ve fallen back on the tools learned in this book to manage stress, anxiety, panic attacks and dietary issues. Definitely worth trying if you are interested in deepening your mindfulness.

Jenn shares her experience with the book, MINDFULNESS - AN EIGHT WEEK PLAN, on this edition of Thrice Read Books' review blog.

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The Fibromyalgia Relief Book – Review

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Jenn reviews Miryam Ehrlich Williamson's THE FIBROMYALGIA RELIEF BOOK - nonfiction, health, self-care, chronic illness, chronic fatigue

About the Book

The Fibromyalgia Relief Book, Miryam Ehrlich Williamson

Adult, Health, 226 Pages

 Walker Books; 1 edition (October 1, 1998)

The Fibromyalgia Relief Book is the first self-help book for the 12 million people who suffer from fibromyalgia (FM) and for those who care for them. Miryam Ehrlich Williamson, who wrote the best-selling Fibromyalgia: A Comprehensive Approach, has spent two years consulting health professionals and hundreds of fellow FM sufferers to assemble the most extensive and useful advice to improve your quality of life. Her 213 proven pointers cover all aspects of your life and include:

* dietary changes and supplements to alleviate symptoms
* remedies and modifications to help you sleep
* how to make household and leisure activities bearable
* tips for lifting your mood and strengthening personal relationships
* strategies for making your job FM-friendly
* how to develop mind/body techniques to control pain, relieve stress, and overcome memory lapses

The Fibromyalgia Relief Book is the key to a more comfortable, rewarding lifestyle for anyone who has FM or the many illnesses associated with the syndrome and is an important resource for anyone caring for or living with an FM sufferer. It is sure to change people’s lives.

Jenn’s Review

I’ve struggled with Fibromyalgia for almost a decade now, and I’ve read my own fair share of books on how to best managing the debilitating, painful, exhausting condition. Miryam Ehrlich Williamson’s book, The Fibromyalgia Relief Book, makes it to the top of all my “Best of” lists for this topic.

Though the book is a bit dated (it was published before I was diagnosed), the everyday self-care advice in this volume is spot on. A few items in the nutrition and supplements areas are outdated, but aside from that, this is a must-have for anyone dealing with this condition.

I’ve already put a few of the author’s ideas into practice. Some, I was already doing, and others, I’ve made note of for future reference, as we update our home. All in all, this book was an amazing find. If you suffer from any kind of chronic illness, especially chronic pain or chronic fatigue, read this book!

Jenn reviews Miryam Ehrlich Williamson's THE FIBROMYALGIA RELIEF BOOK - nonfiction, health, self-care, chronic illness, chronic fatigue

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Your Next 24 Hours: One Day of Kindness Can Change Everything – Review

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New book review on Thrice Read Books: Adult Nonfiction/self help - Your Next 24 Hours by Hal Donaldson

About the Book

Your Next 24 Hours: One Day of Kindness Can Change Everything, Hal Donaldson with Kirk Noonan

Adult, Self Help, 178 Pages

Baker Books (February 14, 2017)

If asked, who among us wouldn’t say we were kind people? But kindness is often manifested in feelings of pity or sympathy–especially when others are watching–rather than in deeds. And when it comes down to it, what good does mere feeling do for the world?

Your Next 24 Hours is about something much bigger–a lifestyle of kindness, without thought of reciprocation, extended toward every person in our lives, both friend and foe. Through powerful true stories of kindness lived out, this book shows readers the enormous difference they can make through small, doable acts of kindness in their families, communities, workplaces, schools, and churches. It shows how every encounter with another person is an opportunity to be kind–and a chance to change our world.

Readers of Your Next 24 Hours will find deep satisfaction and joy as they discover how they can be part of a revolution of kindness that starts with them and reaches out through every person their lives touch.

Jenn’s Review

Kindness is King, and the world could be an entirely different place if all of us made the choice to pay homage.

Through dozens of real-life examples, both famous and mundane, Hal Donaldson and co-author Kirk Noonan illustrate more than 20 ways and reasons to make kindness, not only a random act but a purposeful habit.

My teenager recently asked me, “Why are people so unkind?”

The answer to changing that is in this slender volume, as kindness is contagious.

If you’d like to reach out to others but aren’t sure where to start, I recommend letting this little book be your launch pad. Spend 24 hours in selfless kindness using the ideas in this book, and watch the ripples spread.

New book review on Thrice Read Books: Adult Nonfiction/self help - Your Next 24 Hours by Hal Donaldson

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Personal Mastery – Book Review

About the Book;

I have been asked by hundreds of my friends: Courtney Lodge, what secrets have you used to achieve so much as such a young age?

How did you become: Deputy Superintendent of Police by age 26; Branch Manager at JNBS by age 30; CEO of GSB Credit Union by age 35; CEO of the Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions (CCCU) with responsibility for over 342 credit unions in 18 countries by age 36; Author at 37; business owner (Strategic Corporate Interventions, SCI, Ltd) at 37, worked for the German BKA/FBI, met numerous presidents/prime ministers and other government officials, visited over 40 countries, and so much more…?

This book, Personal Mastery shows how you can do this and much more. It is not limited only to professional growth, but all areas of your life. 

The 7 Dimensions (7Ds) of Personal Mastery are explained and you are then empowered to use tools and templates to get started in creating your very own Personal Mastery Strategic Life Plans. 
Based on the level of your diligence and beliefs, you will see immediate improvements in the way you think and operate, and in the results you get in your life.

If you only knew how much money has flowed into my life before age 40, you too would want to jump on this Personal Mastery train before the month ends.

More importantly, however, if you knew the growth I have experienced in my intellectual, emotional, physical, spiritual and relational development, you would embrace Personal Mastery before today ends. You can maximize your potential…NOW!

Buy this book NOW! Use it to enhance your personal development. Tell others about it. Tweet and chat about it online. Help others to develop their powers of Personal Mastery too. The world will be a better place.

www.7dpersonalmastery.com #7dpersonalmastery @7dpersonalmastery

Courtney “G.O.” Lodge, 
Author, Transformational Speaker, Business Transformation Consultant

Jenn’s Review:

I first saw this book on Amazon about a year ago when I started delving into learning about the Law of Attraction. I finally got around to buying it in December, and just finished it this week, as I’ve been slowly working through the exercises listed as I read.

Unlike a number of self-published, self-help books, this one doesn’t spend 50 pages convincing you that his methods work. No, instead, he dives straight into how to use the methods (the Personal Mastery Plan) and walks you, step by step, through creating a Plan for your own life. 

Remember, I’m a planning freak, and this Plan soothed that part of me. Even before I had the complete Plan (all seven dimensions that Mr. Lodge goes over), I began to see changes in my attitude, my businesses and my personal life. This is not “so much bunk” as so many other planning guides tend towards, but real, honest, working methods towards achieving newer and greater heights.

Yes, unlike most similar length books, it took me almost two months to get through it – however, they’ve been life-altering, mindset-changing months that have set me on a path towards personal, vocational and financial success.

As a serial book reviewer, I’ve read countless books. Very few leave my desk with the words, “Everyone should read this book.” Even fewer leave me wondering how I can incorporate them into my daughter’s education. 

This one has.

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Meditation: How To Meditate To Get Rid Of Stress, Anxiety, Depression And Feel Happy – Review

Book Review Meditation How to Meditate to Get Rid of Stress, Anxiety, Depression and Feel Happy by Will Huynh

About this book: 

According to Zen Buddhism, life is full of suffering, which is brought about by our attachment to things and people. We all have those moments when we feel we are just about to give up in life (we are depressed), feel stressed by our past, and are anxious about our future. This is just normal to everyone around the world. But while some of us can handle the stress, anxiety and depression that comes with the challenges that life throws at us, there are those instances when we feel we cannot just handle it. During such times, we become angry with ourselves, situations and the people around us. We lose hope in our future and no matter how much we try to fake a smile, it just doesn’t work. 

Well, do you know that you could end up committing suicide if you continue harboring stress, anxiety, and depression? And even if you don’t commit suicide, the simple fact that you are constantly depressed, anxious and stressed puts your body on overdrive, which means that you are likely to end up suffering from various health complications including but not limited to hypertension, heart disease, obesity, digestion problems and a lot more. Well, if you’ve already started experiencing those and want to change your live for the better, you probably need to start thinking of how to introduce meditation into your life. If you are new to meditation, you are likely to think it isn’t something you should even try because it is for the monks. Well, this isn’t true. In this book, I will show you how to meditate to fight stress, depression, anxiety and restore your happy self. Here is what this book will teach you:

Here Is A Preview Of What You Can Expect To Learn:

  • A Basic Introduction To Meditation And How It Is Helpful
  • How To Prepare For Meditation
  • How To Meditate For Stress, Anxiety And Depression Relief
  • How To Develop An Easy To Follow Meditation Habit That Can Transform Your Life
  • The Different Benefits That You Can Get If You Implement Meditation In Your Life
  • How To Exit Your Meditation Sessions Without Watering Down The Benefits You Would Otherwise Derive From Your Meditation Sessions
  • Important Tips You Need To Incorporate To Guarantee Maximum Meditation Experience
  • And much, much more!

Jenn’s Review:

Every so often, I go on book buying binges (read – I love finding free Kindle books on Amazon!), and I bought this particular little book several months ago, and sat down with it recently.

The author sets out valid arguments about meditation and its benefits in concise language that is easy to understand. He lays out a solid case in favor of why meditation is so good for you, and briefly talks about different ways to meditate.

However, where I got a little hung up (I’ve been meditation for years, but I don’t profess to know it all, by any means), is his suggested procedure for meditation. If I were a newbie to the idea of meditating, knowing myself, I would never end up on a cushion, getting down to the business of meditation, because… It would take me 3 hours to get through all the set up steps, I’d never find a place totally free of distraction to pull this off, and between starting the process and getting to the actual meditation, I’d have to tend to something else for my family.

In a nutshell, that part of the book, is a little overblown and over-complicated in my opinion (I’ve read and am reading, much better books on meditation and mindfulness where this area is concerned – reviews to come if they aren’t already done).

On the other hand, if you’re debating whether to begin a meditation practice, or whether meditation is right for you, this isn’t a bad book to start with, and the price makes it accessible to everyone (as of this writing, it is still free for both Kindle and audio versions).

Thrice Read Books' Review of Will Huynh's Meditation: How to Meditate to Get Rid of Stress, Anxiety, Depression and Feel Happy - Self help, Personal Development, Nonfiction

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Biohacking: A Beginners’ Guide to Successfully Employing Biohacks to Improve Your Health, Life & Wellbeing – Review

Book Review for BioHacking: A Beginner's Guide by Seth Laron - Personal Development/Nonfiction/Self Improvement

About the book:

Are you looking for a common sense approach to feeling healthier or reducing stress in your life? Then biohacking is for you.

Too many of us in North America today are battling some form of ill-health. Whether you are struggling with anxiety or your weight, you have probably tried it all—the latest fads and self-improvement books. But you probably have not tried “biohacking”.

”Self-trackers are pushing the limits of personal health.” Mark Moschel, Chief Technology Officer at Factor 75

“Biohacking” or the act of tracking your body’s statistics, such as heart rate, blood pressure and so on, is the latest and easiest form of self-improvement available. It has taken off with the advent of the various devices, but at its core it can be used even without such things. It is about common sense and listening to your body. In this book you will learn:

Preview:

  • #1 how to use the principles of biohacking to improve your mood
  • #2 how you can biohack your diet to be healthier and lose weight
  • #3 how meditation is one of the best forms of biohacking you can do for yourself.

Jenn’s Review:

This is another of those little books I picked up on a Kindle spree a few years ago, and dusted it off the other day while cleaning out some of my Kindle clutter. (I go on these huge binges of buying, and then… see my blog at Sage Wolfsong for more info on my battle with clutter of all kinds)

I’d heard of Bio Hacking before buying this book, but hadn’t really done much to understand what it was, or how it might be helpful. I could guess at it based on context (all the other “life hacks” out there), but some things get under my skin and pester me until I do something with them.

So, I sat down with this brief book (it’s less than 100 pages) to learn a bit about biohacking. 

Good stuff, really. The author lays out a clear, concise map of what biohacking is, why it’s useful and how to include it in your life. If you want to understand what changes you need to make and why those changes are significant, this is a great place to start – not terribly detailed or technical, a quick, light read with a powerful punch.

And an awesome value!

Book Review for BioHacking: A Beginner's Guide - Personal Development, Self Improvement, Health

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New Rules for Positive Parenting – Review

Thrice Read Books reviews New Rules for Positive Parenting by Jerre Ader

About this book:

Published April 12, 2016 by Difference Press

Parenting is a responsibility of epic proportions. As a parent, you’ll have your child for a year when they are a baby, four years when they’re a toddler, and preschooler, a child for five years, and then for eight years when they’re a preteen and a teenager. Then you are mostly done with your job of parenting. How you do this job of parenting will have an impact on your child for the rest of their life. 

But, don’t despair! There are no perfect parents. We didn’t have them, our parents didn’t have them, and our children won’t either. However, we can all be parents who are good enough. 

In New Rules for Positive Parenting, author Jerre Ader reviews research on new brain science and attachment theory and what it tells us about raising secure children. She describes how beliefs and behavior patterns, or schemas, can be developed in childhood and stay with us and impact our thinking and behavior as adults. The way a person describes the childhood they had provides useful information about how their own child is likely to attach. 

Your attachment style impacts 90 percent of your relationships. The attachment process occurs throughout the life span. You will learn how you can develop acquired secure attachment and pass that secure attachment on to your child. 

Parents who change can change their children.

Jenn’s Review:

It’s been a while since I read a book that left me undecided on whether I liked it (or agreed with it, in the case of nonfiction). Jerre Ader’s New Rules for Positive Parenting falls in that category.

I got this book because our daughter recently rounded the teen mark and with that, came her desire to attend brick and mortar public school for the first time. What we had going on worked, but I knew we could improve our relationship.

New Rules does lay down valuable, science based information on attachment, and some of the ways parents can foster better relationships with their children. Ms. Ader also makes valid points about how our own childhood attachment wounds affect adults, and those remaining wounds go on to affect our relationships with our children, I felt her suggestions on how adults can heal these wounds fell short of helpful. [Note: I’ve read a number of the reviews for this book on Amazon, and she’s gotten a number of 5 stars, with a large number of those from self-identified therapists – Maybe my lack of understanding in this department, specifically in psychology contributes to this.]

I also struggled with her whole insistence that we should not tell our children “no.” I’ve heard this idea before, and I simply cannot get on board with it. Times will always arise where trying to compromise or conversate a child (whether 3 or 15) is neither appropriate nor practical. 

I would recommend this book to new or want-to-be-parents, especially. Parents with older children may, like me, struggle with this information, whether from deep seated patterns (from childhood and current situations) or from practical experience. Like any nonfiction work, my recommendation is to approach it with an open mind and take away anything useful you find. 

Thrice Read Books review of Jerre Ader's New Rules for Positive Parenting - Nonfiction - Self Help - Parenting - eBooks

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This book is available from Amazon in Kindle format here. [affiliate link]

Anti-Inflammatory Diet Protocol – Book Review

About the book:

Hi, my name is Jessica Campbell,

Over the years I have tried a number of diet and exercise programs and have enjoyed putting health and wellness at the top of my priorities. Some of the things I’ve tried have worked, others not so much. What I hope to share with people is not only my enthusiasm for better ways to live but for the results people can attain when they take action. 

This book contains proven steps you can take your life to new levels by eating whole foods and healing your body from within. Want to understand a simple and healthy way to change your eating habits for the better? Keep on reading. The Anti Inflammatory Diet Protocol is just that, a way to eat more simply but still enjoy the foods you eat. And by doing so, you have the true possibility of reducing or eliminating inflammation. There’s no single one off approach to doing this but through dietary testing and adaptation, you can find foods that make you feel far better than you may right now. I hope I can show you the way to better health, a better body and a happier life.

What you’ll find in this 30 page starter book are the ways in which I’ve found a healthier balance with food so that you can reduce or remove inflammatory foods from your life. Don’t wait for someday when you can start eating delicious and nutritious whole foods today that not only make you feel better but look better too.

Don’t wait, you’ll want to put this information to use as soon as possible. 

Download this book today and learn a new way to approach the food in your life.

Jenn’s Review:

If you are like me, and your body is worn down with inflammation and chronic pain, you struggle with high blood pressure, possibly diabetes, Jessica Campbell’s Anti-Inflammatory Diet Protocol: How to Beat Chronic Inflammation, Lose Weight, and Heal Your Body with Whole Foods needs to find its way onto your reading list.

I picked up the e-book format of this publication shortly after my doctor recommended an anti-inflammation diet for me. Her advice took me off-guard, and was unlike anything I’d heard before. Ms. Campbell’s book reiterates what my doctor told me almost two years ago, and when I picked this up and took the time to read it recently, it re-inspired me to get my eating back on track. Her advice deviates some from what my own doctor recommended, and I have found that I feel better avoiding grain, but the contents of this book are still simple, straightforward, and the recipes look absolutely delicious (I’m not much for actually following a recipe, they’re more of a springboard for what I do in the kitchen). 

If you are a hard-copy recipe reader, you might want to get this in paperback edition, or check out the free Kindle version if you want to know what you’re buying ahead of time.

You can buy either the Kindle or paperback version from Amazon here. [affiliate link]