8 Slices of Cake
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8 Slices of Cake is an anthology created by 8 women from all around the world. This ebook is coming out just in time for Valentine’s Day. A perfect gift for the perfect lover in your life. The common thread is Ava and Michael’s wedding and an 8 tiered cake. Every story has it’s own cake recipe. The two things we all share in common is the love of writing and of course, cake. More
“We walked out into the hall together and I took a breath as I waited seeing the double doors open. And when they finally did, it was beyond words. The entire setting was ethereal. The loveliest thing I had ever seen. Magic surrounded me, family, friends, beauty....but most of all, Michael. I paused, holding the moment. Frozen in time, before flashing back. Replaying the memories of my former life in fast forward, as if to wash them away for good. One chapter was finally closing forever, another one was on the verge of bursting open.”
Weddings, marriage, love; heartache, even abuse, relationships good or bad, all create a story in our lives. These stories are meant to be shared to help us grow and give insight into a path we may want, oh so badly, to travel towards.
When you bring together eight writers from around the world including Australia, England, Ireland and the United States of America, to write about a wedding, the number one item on the list to discuss, is the cake.
Weddings are such a magical time for any bride. Yet weddings for guests aren’t always so pleasant. Sometime or other most are asked to be a bridesmaid, if not the bride. And then there is cake. Most people find at least one wedding they have attended is a day filled with joy. A few women have dreaded to attend a wedding and thought, well I will go, just for the cake. Come see how it all works out for the bride, her guests and of course for the cake.
A unique spin on a collection of short stories as well as 8 cake recipes for you to share within.
The 8 fabulous writers of 8 Slices of Cake -
Meadow Bleu, Paige Bleu, Lisa Day, Monica Lee, Yvonne McEvaddy, Paula Mills, Brenda Perlin and Melanie Toye