Michele Morris Releases Her First Cookbook + More!

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Michele Morris of Cooking With Michele has published her first cookbook. Tasting Colorado: Favorite Recipes from the Centennial State (Farcountry Press) features 120 mouthwatering recipes from top chefs at Colorado restaurants, hotels, ranches, inns and resorts. Available from the publisher, on Amazon, and in retail stores.

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Jennifer Penas completed a Year Of Cocktails! She  found, created, photographed, tasted and blogged about a brand new cocktail each and every day for an entire year.

Stacey Cotrufo of All Stace All the Time has released the follow up to her Amazon best selling book The Christmas Cottage. Her new book, Ever After is available through Amazon. Stacey has also been signed with The Seymour Agency in New York for a third book titled In the Eye of the Storm.

Life as a Thrifter blogger, Holly Marsh, is featured in HGTV magazine.

Ruby, blogger at Zaaberry, has a Fold-Up Tote Tutorial featured in Sew-It Today magazine.

Cry It Out! blogger, Mike Adamick announced his new book, Dad's Book of Awesome Projects.

Amy McCoy, blogger at Poor Girl Gourmet, has a recipe featured in the top five winning recipes to be featured on Hodgson Mill's blog.

Katherine Aucena of Fresalina produced a PSA dedicated to heart disease. This piece was entered to the RCC TV Video Festival.

Nava Atlas of VegKitchen has done a major re-launch of The Literary Ladies' Guide to the Writing Life. The new site, aimed at readers and writers, celebrates classic women authors and looks at how their experiences, both as creators and as women, resonate with women today.

Natasha Kravchuk of NatashasKitchen.com had her recipe for caesar dressing featured on Ladies Home Journal in a lineup of Easy Salad Dressing Recipes.

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