Written Together: A Story of Beginnings, in the Kitchen and Beyond

Written Together Ebook

For those of you that haven’t heard already, Tim and I recently launched an ebook that tells the story of how our blog, Food Loves Writing, got started, as well as how it became the way we met and fell in love (leading me to this new life in Nashville and new lifestyle of eating whole foods).

Local Nashville artist Rebekka Seale designed the cover (and it still blows us away!). If you aren’t already familiar with her work, she’s amazing.

You can buy the book on Amazon for $4.99 here.
And there’s more info at foodloveswriting.com/ebook.

Hope you guys enjoy it as much as we enjoyed making it!

Here’s some feedback on the book:

“You completely drew me in. You have always been such an excellent writer, and there were so many things you said that got me thinking.”
Sara Forte, author of Sprouted Kitchen and The Sprouted Kitchen: A Tastier Take on Whole Foods

“I read the entire thing last night! I loved learning the back story of your blog and life with Tim, and it was beautifully written. Reading about your butterflies and first meetings and uncertainties made me remember all the little things about our early days too– first time I knew I liked this guy, first time we held hands… right up to the wedding day. It felt like we were just talking over coffee and you were retelling all these stories the way a friend would.”
Nicole Gulotta, author of Eat This Poem and founder of The Giving Table

“It’s about all of those things she did — starting a blog, quitting her job, falling in love, moving to Nashville. Cooking. Eating. Finding truth in big things and small things. I think my favorite part of the book is the way she describes Tim, her now-husband who she met through the blog and whom I’ve only met a few times but, just from the way she writes about him, I feel like I really know him.”
Jacqui MacKenzie, author of Happy Jack Eats, as reviewed in this post

“I loved reading what is, an essence, a modern love story and hearing more about your relationship with Tim. I found that I couldn’t put it down and I was completely captivated by it.”
Kathryn Westmore , author of London Bakes

2 Responses to “Written Together: A Story of Beginnings, in the Kitchen and Beyond”

  1. angela@spinachtiger — November 18, 2012 @ 6:47 pm

    Shanna, I’ll be heading over there soon. Love your book cover. xoxo

  2. Shanna — November 18, 2012 @ 10:48 pm

    Thanks so much for the support, Angela!

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