Mama’s Kitchen Mondays Recipe, Book Blast and a Giveaway!
Welcome Lucy and her Menu of Death (I designed the cover for this one, can you guess what the title is made of? Give you a hint… “Watch it wiggle… see it jiggle….” First we’re having a Mama’s Kitchen Mondays Recipe! This is a modified Martha Stewart recipe based on Worms in Dirt. Lucy made it hers, since death is the main theme of her collection of 8 short stories.
Worms in Brains
(Spaghetti with hotdogs)
- Chopped onion
- Tin of chopped tomatoes
- Fresh chill-ies, seeds removed and finely chopped
- Fresh Italian herbs
- Cube of Vegetable broth
- Hot Dogs
- Saute onion, and chill-ies until tender.
- Add tomatoes, fry for a bit and add a cup of water and crumbled cube of broth. Let simmer until reduced.
- Slice Hot Dogs in strips and cook until they slightly curl up. (worms)
- Cook spaghetti and stir into the sauce adding the fresh herbs as last.
- Serve with a bunch of worms on top.
…and now that you have had a taste… here is the full version of..
A Menu of Death
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Underneath the veneer of humanity lies darkness.
Eight deadly tales that explore dark desires in which some do what it takes to obtain what they want, while others are led by events.
Wishes gone wrong, unhealthy obsessions, and cravings to sate.
A Menu of Death will take you on a blood-curdling journey that you may not survive.
These eight short stories revolve around obsession, revenge, craving, love, and Death.
Whether it be a woman in need of rescue, a man who hungers for his wife, a demon lost, or wishes come true, all characters want something. Badly.
But … You can’t always get what you want, but you might just get what you need.
About the Author
Lucy Pireel is a writer who doesn’t let herself be restricted to any one genre. She loves to write in whatever direction her current story leads her.
When she’s not writing, or reading, she is practicing or teaching yoga, her other passion. Or she could be on a long hike somewhere in the beautiful British nature.
Being an author it is almost a given she has a great love for chocolate and coffee to live on while writing, but she doesn’t shy away from trying to prepare intricate dishes, for cooking is another thing she enjoys.