A Mystery Novel About Cooking

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Cheesecake Farms B&B, Karla Seidita Jones, #CookingNovel

Karla Jones Seidita – Author, Entrepreneur

Karla Jones Seidita, is a published author of fiction and non-fiction. Her latest book is a mystery novel about cooking that was three years in the making, now hot out of the oven!

A Mystery Novel About Cooking

“The Secret of the Antique China” by Karla Jones Seidita

Novel About Cooking, by Karla Jones Seidita, #NovelAboutCooking #CookingNovel #CookbookNovel

If you’re hungry for gracious, small town living where a handsome suitor comes to the aid of the heroine and a feisty feline who never keeps her opinions to herself… plus a lot of yummy recipes, then this cozy-mystery, cook book novel might just be your cup of tea!

You can see Karla’s other titles here. We hope you’ll take a peek, and if you see any of interest, support an Indie author by buying a book and leaving a review.

Baker, Innkeeper, Entrepreneur, World Traveler

A woman of good taste, Karla loves things that taste good, too.

A Home Economist by training, she is also an accomplished chef and baker. Widely known for her grand cuisine, her baked goods have graced the tables of elegant homes, trendy restaurants, private jets and cruise ships.

Just Desserts“, one of her first published cook books, was a huge success selling more than 150,000 copies nationwide and was featured on the QVC shopping network.

Karla’s studies and travels have taken her on exotic food treks to faraway places like India, Turkey, and Greece. She’s had tea in palaces, beer in monasteries and homemade whiskey behind the Iron Curtain.

In her fifty plus years as a food industry professional, she has been a teacher, caterer, writer, restaurant and wholesale bakery owner plus an inn keeper. She’s even had her own radio program! You can visit her at CheesecakeFarms.com.

Karla Jones Seidita, fiction & non-fiction author, entrepreneur, baker, innkeeper, #novelist, #CookingNovel

“Food is more than just something tasty to eat. Food is beautiful works of art, really. The colors, the textures, the shapes are glorious to see; inspiring to experience. That sounds a bit much I know but please forgive me if I obsess over produce and grains.”
~Karla Jones Seidita

Please stop by and check out Karla’s novel about cooking, mystery and intrigue.

For another iCreateDaily community author, check out this article on Shannon DeAnna Schofield and her first book, Perfectly Imperfect.


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