Every week for the past twelve months, we PLW authors have been sharing our writing, reading, and life-in-general journeys here on our blog.
From our first post on December 3, 2019 (Linda’s Christmas in Hawai’i) to our latest post last week (Edie’s I’m Fine Right Here, Thank You), we’ve woven the complex threads of our hearts and souls into sentences and paragraphs. We’ve shared writing goals & achievements, family triumphs & sorrows, ideas and aspirations, and reading thrills and chills.
We’ve also shared our love of baking and desserts. In fact, all of the PLW love baking and desserts so much that we put together a collection of our favorite historical and contemporary dessert recipes.
Historical Holiday Dessert Recipes features recipes that our characters might have eaten in the past as well as recipes that we are baking now. We hope you download our new .pdf and that you have as much fun baking these recipes as we had putting them together. Historical Holiday Dessert Recipes is free, but you’ll have to add your name, address, & zip code on the form to receive the download.
Sweet wishes for a Happy Holiday season!
Ana Brazil writes historical crime fiction celebrating bodacious American heroines. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, the Historical Novel Society, and a founding member of Paper Lantern Writers.
Ana’s award-winning historical mystery FANNY NEWCOMB & THE IRISH CHANNEL RIPPER is set in Gilded Age New Orleans. Her upcoming October 17 2023 release is THE RED-HOT BLUES CHANTEUSE, a Viola Vermillion Vaudeville mystery set in 1919 San Francisco.