Posted Fri, 08/19/11
Here's an update on Amazon rankings for volumes in the Food Fare Culinary Collection:
French Nourriture (#8 in French Cooking)
Canadian Cuisine (#4 in Cooking, Food & Wine/Regional)
Polish Kuchina (#5 in Cooking, Food & Wine/Regional)
Savory Spain (#6 in Cooking, Food & Wine/Regional)
Scottish Vivers (#7 in Cooking, Food & Wine/Regional)
Mexican Cantina (#25 in Cooking, Food & Wine/Regional)
Basque Flavors (#48 in Cooking, Food & Wine)
Considering all e-books in the collection were added during the month of July and part of August, the rankings aren't too bad. Just in the last few weeks, about twenty titles per day of French Nourriture have been sold. Perhaps a class is being taught somewhere whereby students need reference on French food history and cooking methods. Whatever the cause, I'm not complaining.
A new book will likely be added to the Food Fare Culinary Collection sometime in the autumn. I'm working on a detailed bit about Chinese food culture, but at the moment it's taking a back seat to editing for my next fiction title The Twain Shall Meet, which was written under my literary pseudonym Deidre Dalton.
So many words, so little time...