Who has time to cook when you have a 50,000-word novel to write in thirty days? Offers thirty recipes for make-ahead meals, 30-minute meals, and crock pot recipes--all quick and easy meals so you won’t starve during your month-long, novel-writing journey and you can spend more time at your laptop writing your novel. More
Who has time to cook when you have a 50,000-word novel to write in thirty days?
Offers 30 recipes for quick and easy meals so you won’t starve during your month-long, novel-writing journey.
Make-Ahead Meals offers recipes you can make ahead of time and toss into the freezer. Stock up on delicious dinners before you begin writing your novel.
30-Minute Meals offers quick and easy recipes that take thirty minutes or less so you can write more words in your novel.
Crock Pot Recipes are literally a literary blessing. Toss everything in a crock pot before you put your butt in the chair and begin writing. When you're done writing for the day, dinner is ready.
Enjoy recipes such as...
Be Kind to Yourself Beef Stew; You Go Yogurt Chicken; Who Cares if Your Words Suck Southwestern Beef Strips; Crazy Enough to Write a Novel in Thirty Days Chicken Cacciatore; Better Write More Words Burgundy Beef; and Geeky, Gecko, Can’t Spell Greek Chicken.
Prep and cook times are given for each recipe, along with food for thought and tips and tidbits of novel-writing wisdom.