BIG Delicious Life

Posted on October 18, 2014 by admin | Comments Off

150 simple and scrumptious recipes from Stacey Ballis’s hit novels Out to Lunch, Off the Menu, Good Enough to Eat, and Recipe for Disaster, as well as 40 new, never-before-seen recipes! Stacey Ballis is not a professional chef. She is, however, a foodie novelist, meal innovator, family cook, memory maker, and Brussels sprout advocate who believes that delicious […]

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Out To Lunch

Posted on June 14, 2013 by admin | Comments Off

Jenna has lost her best friend. With Aimee gone so tragically young, Jenna barely knows where to turn. Aimee was the one who always knew what to do—not to mention what to wear. The two built a catering company together and had so much in common—well, except their taste in men. Jenna never understood what […]

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Off The Menu

Posted on July 9, 2012 by admin | Comments Off

As the executive culinary assistant to celebrity Chicago chef Patrick Conlon, Alana Ostermann works behind the scenes—and that’s just the way she likes it. But with developing recipes for Patrick’s cookbooks, training his sous chefs, picking out the perfect birthday gifts for his ex-mother-in-law, and dealing with the fallout from his romantic escapades, she barely […]

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The Spinster Sisters

Posted on July 9, 2012 by admin | Comments Off

With a two-hour radio show, speaking engagements, a series of DVDs, and two bestselling books, “Living Twenty-Five” and “The ‘Thirty’ Commandments”. They’ve built a thriving cottage industry out of helping other single women find happiness and empowerment. Their future has never been brighter. And that’s when Jill turns out the lights—by announcing her engagement. Jodi’s […]

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Sleeping Over

Posted on July 9, 2012 by admin | Comments Off

There’s a difference between sleeping together and sleeping together. Can these five friends figure it out? When is it appropriate to spend the night with someone? When you are forced to share close quarters with a handsome groomsman at a family wedding? With your good friend and colleague, just for a cuddle? With a handsome […]

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Room for Improvement

Posted on July 9, 2012 by admin | Comments Off

The “wickedly funny” and “cheekily comic” Stacey Ballis tackles home improvement and reality TV—and reminds us that sometimes life and love are better left unscripted… What do you get when you give two hopeful singles fashion consultants and interior designers, allow them four days to perk up each other’s homes and get a total style […]

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Inappropriate Men

Posted on July 9, 2012 by admin | Comments Off

Sidney Stein has come undone, but who’s going to pick up the pieces? After eight years, the passion has evaporated from Sidney Stein’s marriage. Her husband seems disinterested and Sidney, always flirtatious, begins to turn her attentions elsewhere. But surely,Sidney could’ve chosen more wisely than a man more than 20 years her senior? Wait—it gets […]

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Everything I Needed to Know About Being a Girl I Learned From Judy Blume

Posted on July 9, 2012 by admin | Comments Off

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Good Enough To Eat

Posted on July 9, 2012 by admin | Comments Off

Melanie Hoffman was on top of the world. After a lifelong struggle with her ever-ballooning weight, and a decade spent loathing her job as an attorney, with the support of her loving husband Andrew she finally decided to take control of her life. Two years later, Melanie has lost half her body weight, gotten a […]

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Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys

Posted on July 9, 2012 by admin | Comments Off

This collection of original essays goes beyond the banter to get to the essence of an intimate relationship like no other. With a foreword by Tales of the City author Armistead Maupin, Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys brings together pieces by National Book Award winner Andrew Solomon (The Noonday Demon), novelist Gigi Levangie […]

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Living Jewishly

Posted on August 27, 2012 by stacey | Comments Off

Summary: Living Jewishly: A Snapshot of a Generation is a collection of personal essays by Jewish 20- and 30-somethings. Each piece offers a window into how we express our Judaism—our voices together tell a complete story. Matthue Roth tackles the conflicted, sometimes hypocritical nature of the modern Orthodox dating world. Stacey Ballis makes the Passover […]

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