Goodreads giveaway ends today! Win a hardcover copy of Feast!

Two quick but urgent cookbook notes:

1) our current GoodReads giveaway ends today! If you’re in America / Canada, you could win one of 5 hardcover copies — enter for free here: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/51332647-a-feast-of-serendib (please spread the word, if you’re so inclined!)

2) my publisher, Mascot Books, just sent me a note saying that Amazon is prioritizing medical and other important household needs and deprioritzing stocking / shipping everything else. Which I fully support, for the record, though it will be hard for many micro businesses; we need those essentials to move out quickly, especially for those in marginalized and underprivileged communities.

– You’re still more than welcome to buy through Amazon (which also helps keep my Amazon numbers up and therefore makes the book more visible on Amazon and more likely to be picked up by casual browsing shoppers (and of course, there’s no delay in ebooks!)

– But if you’d like it sooner (maybe because you’re stuck at home and thinking now is a good time to get more into cooking?), you can order directly from the Mascot Books site, or from my Serendib Kitchen site, and we’ll likely ship it out to you faster.

– If you order from me, you also have the option of getting it signed / personalized, and if you’re in the U.S., you can add on some hand-roasted small batch Sri Lankan curry powder.

More book details in comments!

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  1. Feast is now an Amazon bestseller! Woot! COOKBOOK DETAILS:
    1) ORDERING: You can order A Feast of Serendib (signed / personalized, if you like) directly from me right now, at http://www.serendibkitchen.com, or from my publisher, Mascot Books: https://mascotbooks.com/…/regional/a-feast-of-serendib/. The limited release paperback can only be ordered directly from my website. If you’re in the U.S., you can also add on my hand-roasted Sri Lankan curry powder.
    A Feast of Serendib launched officially March 6, 2020, and we hope it’ll be widely available in bookstores and libraries. You can request it from your local bookstore or library! Please do! It’ll also be available on Amazon US, UK, and Canada; you can order it online.
    ORDERING INFO:
    978-1-64543-275-3 Hardcover (distributed by Ingram)
    978-1-64543-377-4 ebook (on Amazon, etc.)
    2370000696366 (trade paperback; only available directly from me, at Serendib Kitchen site; you can also buy the hardcover or ebook there)
    2) REVIEW OR BUY IT HERE (reviews are hugely helpful in boosting visibility!):
    Amazon
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/1645432750/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_QmauEbJTRFDCM
    Books-a-Million
    https://www.booksamillion.com/p/Feast-Serendib/Mary-Anne-Mohanraj/9781645432753?id=7820552979816
    Barnes & Noble
    https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-feast-of-serendib-mary-anne-mohanraj/1135510523
    Goodreads
    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/51332647-a-feast-of-serendib

    3) JOIN THE COOKBOOK CLUB: If you’d like to support the development of more mostly Sri Lankan recipes, I’d love to have you join the cookbook club — for $2 / month, you’ll get recipes delivered to your inbox (fairly) regularly: https://www.patreon.com/mohanraj. For $10 / month, you can subscribe for fabulous treats mailed to you! (US-only).
    4) FOODIE SOCIAL MEDIA:
    My personal FB page: https://www.facebook.com/mary.a.mohanraj
    My Twitter: https://twitter.com/mamohanraj
    Serendib Kitchen blog: http://serendibkitchen.com
    Serendib Kitchen Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/serendib_kitchen/
    Serendib FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/132029834135500/
    Serendib FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/mohanrajserendib/
    5) PUBLISHER’S WEEKLY starred review: “Mohanraj (Bodies in Motion), a literature professor at the University of Illinois, Chicago, introduces readers to the comforting cuisine of Sri Lanka in this illuminating collection of more than 100 recipes. Waves of immigration from China, England, the Netherlands, and Portugal influenced the unique cuisine of Sri Lanka, Mohanraj writes, as evidenced by such dishes as Chinese rolls (a take on classic egg rolls in the form of stuffed crepes that are breaded and fried); fish cutlets (a culinary cousin of Dutch bitterballen fried croquettes); and English tea sandwiches (filled here with beets, spinach, and carrots). With Sri Lanka’s proximity to India, curry figures heavily, with options for chicken, lamb, cuttlefish, or mackerel. A number of poriyal dishes, consisting of sautéed vegetables with a featured ingredient, such as asparagus or brussels sprouts, showcase a Tamil influence. Throughout, Mohanraj does a superb job of combining easily sourced ingredients with clear, instructive guidance and menu recommendations for all manner of events, including a Royal Feast for over 200 people. This is a terrific survey of an overlooked cuisine.”
    *****
    Thanks so much for your support! Indie publishing is absolutely reliant on word of mouth and the support of friends, family, and friendly internet acquaintances. 🙂
    — Mary Anne

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