Blog tour: ‘Thai Food Made Easy’

Blog tour: ‘Thai Food Made Easy’

June Williamson and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “Thai Food Made Easy” blog tour, which will run from July 15-30, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Stop spending a fortune on takeout and bring the delicious flavors of Thai food into your own kitchen. With a tantalizing variety of curries, pad thai, and all your other favorites to try, this book takes the mystery out of Thai food preparation so you can enjoy those fresh and exotic flavors any day of the week.

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About the author:

June V. Williamson was born in a little northeastern town of Udorn, Thailand. When she was 7 years old, her mother met, fell in love, and married an American Air Force officer. This was the beginning of her military life of living back and forth from America to Thailand being exposed to the native Thai life for 9 years. However, those years were deliciously profound. Thai food had been infused into her by Thai street vendors and her Thai mother. She is now back to living in another beautiful little town, but in Utah with her husband and 5 children.

“Thai Food Made Easy” blog tour schedule:

July 15: Reidhead Random-ness
July 16:
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July 20: Bookworm Lisa
July 21: Wishful Endings
July 22:
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July 24: Becoming a Bentoholic
July 25:
July 26: connywithay
July 27: Inklings and Notions
July 28: Jorie Loves a Story • The Author’s Hideaway
July 29: Reeves Raves
July 30: Paranormal and Romantic Suspense Reviews

Blog tour: ‘The Healthy Family Slow Cooker Cookbook’

Blog tour: ‘The Healthy Family Slow Cooker Cookbook’

Christina Dymock and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “The Healthy Family Slow Cooker Cookbook” blog tour, which will run from June 10-20, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Feed your family the foods they love—with a healthy twist.

Everyone knows slow cookers are a busy mom’s best friend, but it can be a struggle to find healthy Crock Pot recipes your kids will actually eat. Not anymore.

These delicious family-sized meals are perfect for parents and kids alike.

  • Chicken and Artichoke Fettucini
  • Teriyaki Pulled Pork
  • Cajun Rice with Shrimp
  • Butternut Squash Soup
  • Chicken Quesadillas

You’ll even find some tasty ideas for sugar-free desserts, like the Blueberry Pudding Cake. And every single recipe can be made in the morning and ready to eat by dinnertime. With a little prep and planning, you’ll soon be enjoying nutritious, healthy, home-cooked meals every night of the week!

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About the author:

Christina Dymock is a graduate of the University of Utah. She has had careers as an editor at an advertising agency, an adjunct instructor at Salt Lake Community College, and author.

An avid cook, Christina divides her time between the kitchen, her computer, and books and her family of six. (Naturally, the family gets the biggest share.) Because she reads everything, she also feels compelled to write in several genres. Her latest book, Blue Christmas, reached the Amazon top seller list in 7 categories as part of the Christmas anthology, Christmas in Snow Valley.

Christina attends multiple writer’s conferences each year, is a part of several critique groups, and enjoys learning about writing. She has been featured during the cooking segment of several local morning shows, published in Woman’s World Magazine and the Deseret News, quoted in Womans’ World Magazine and Parents’ Magazine, published in seven Chicken Soup books, and has published clean romantic fiction under the name Lucy McConnell.

“The Healthy Family Slow Cooker Cookbook” blog tour schedule:

June 10: My Book A Day • connywithay • Bookhounds • Queen of the Clan
June 11: Wakela’s World • the reading fever • Wordpaintings Unlimited
June 12: Bookworm Lisa • Christy Monson Books
June 13: Keenly Kristen
June 14: Musing of a Middle Aged Author
June 15: Every Free Chance Books • Kaisy Daisy’s Corner
June 16: Katie’s Clean Book Collection • The Hand That Rocks the Craddle • The Author’s Hideaway
June 17: The Magical Slow Cooker • Crossroads Reviews • So I am Fifty
June 18: readalot • A.L. Sowards • UtahDealDiva
June 19: Reidhead Random-ness • Fire and Ice
June 20: Wishful Endings • Kimberley Griffiths Little • Heidi Reads…

Meet the Publishers: Cedar Fort Celebrates Fastest-Growing Ranking with Pancake Breakfast!

Do you ever have a day when you just need to celebrate? We did.

On March 9, 2015, Publisher’s Weekly ran an article on the fastest-growing publishers in the country, and Cedar Fort made it into the top 10!

We were so thrilled! After lots of growth in the past few years and many growing pains along the way, it was fantastic to have our efforts recognized by the industry at large.

We knew it was time to celebrate, so that morning we had a big pancake breakfast for everyone in the company.Lyle

But not just any pancakes. We wanted to make them extra awesome by incorporating recipes from Karly Campbell’s recently published Stack Happy—an entire cookbook stuffed with delicious pancake and topping recipes.

So, in keeping with our signature Cedar Fort style of collaboration and cooperation, we each brought a topping or side to share.

With tables of bacon, eggs, potato pancakes, browned butter drizzle, cinnamon streusel, and more awaiting us, we said a quick prayer and dug in! We spent the next hour eating and talking.

Bacon-and-eggsThe food was delicious. Lauren Error, the graphic designer who worked on Stack Happy said, “It felt good to see the very first book I worked on come to life—or come to the table.”

As we ate, we asked each other a series of questions like, “If you could remove any one person’s vocal chords for a year, who would you choose?” and “Which person from the past are you most looking forward to meeting after you die?” As you can imagine, the answers were both funny and illuminating. Here at Cedar Fort, many of us are divided into specific genre groups and don’t work much with those outside our team. We wanted to give everyone a chance to spend time with each other.

KellyEmily Chambers said, “It was fun to get to know my coworkers in a relaxed, unusual way—a way I don’t normally get to interact with them. My favorite part was everyone’s answer to the question, ‘If you could suddenly discover that one fictional book was actually real, which book would you want it to be?’ Most everyone answered something like Harry Potter, but one person said Jurassic Park and I thought that was both awesome and terrifying.”

Lauren said, “I enjoyed getting to know people I don’t normally talk to and having conversations about topics that wouldn’t normally come up.”

BryceEven though we know we still have a lot of work ahead of us, we loved taking the time to recognize our success and realize how far we’ve come as a company. Zane Phillips, who works in our warehouse, said, “It’s encouraging. [Before the breakfast] I didn’t know we were one of the fastest-growing publishers.” This news gives each of us extra motivation to produce and deliver the best possible products to our customers.

As Lyle Mortimer, our CEO, put it, “[With this article], we’re invited to the big dance.” We have a real opportunity to have a voice in publishing. We can make a difference and spread positive, inspiring messages in a time when they’re sorely needed.questions

We invite you to celebrate this achievement with us as part of our Cedar Fort family, and we’d especially like to thank all of our authors, illustrators, and friends who helped us to reach this point.

To read the full text of the Publisher’s Weekly article, click here.

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For more information about the pancakes and toppings we enjoyed, check out Stack Happy by Karly Campbell, available now for purchase on our Books & Things website. Click here!

We’d love to hear your answers to some of the questions we asked at our breakfast. Just leave us a comment below!

  1. If you could remove one person’s vocal chords for one year, who would you choose?
  2. Which person from the past are you most looking forward to meeting after you die?
  3. If you could suddenly discover that one fictional book was actually real, which book would you want it to be?
  4. If you could live in a hotel in any city in the world for one year, which city would you pick?

Blog tour: ‘Keep It Real and Grab a Plunger’

Blog tour: ‘Keep It Real and Grab a Plunger’

Julie K. Nelson and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the release of “Keep It Real and Grab a Plunger: 25  Tips for Surviving Parenthood” blog tour, which will run from May 1-28, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Learn how to overcome your natural manipulative, authoritarian tendencies and foster your child’s self-discipline, respect, and emotional maturity. Humorous, insightful, and authentic, this book will get you through the sticky stuff with grace so you can enjoy those parenting moments that make it all worth it.

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About the author:

Popular radio personality, university professor, author, and TV expert Julie K. Nelson combines her professional expertise with her personal experience as a mom of five in this book. Humorous, insightful, and authentic, this must-read will help you enforce rules without manipulation or coercion and addresses a wide variety of essential parenting topics.

“Keep It Real and Grab a Plunger” blog tour schedule:

May 1: Totally Temberton
May 2: Read For Your Future • Parenting with Purpose
May 3: Every Day I Write The Book
May 4: Wishful Endings
May 5: Bloggin’ ‘Bout Books
May 6: Rachelle’s Writing Spot
May 7: Mel’s Shelves • My Love for Reading Keeps Growing
May 8: Brooklyn Berry DesignsLittle Light Design Collective • Community BookstopWhy Not? Because I Said So!
May 9: Jorie Loves a Story • Oh, How Novel!
May 10: storyweaver
May 11: Katie’s Clean Book CollectionLiterary Time Out
May 12: My Book Addiction and More
May 13: Min Reads and Reviews • LDS Women’s Book Review
May 14: Reidhead Random-ness • Inklings and Notions
May 15: So I’m Fifty

Extended dates:

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May 22: Cook Scrap Craft
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May 28: Books and Benches

Other blogs reviewing “Keep It Real and Grab a Plunger”:

Blog tour: ‘The Magical Slow Cooker’

Blog tour: ‘The Magical Slow Cooker’

Sarah Olson and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the release of “The Magical Slow Cooker: Recipes for Busy Moms” blog tour, which will run from April 1-30, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Do you believe in magic? Well, your slow cooker does. From breakfast to dessert, these recipes are perfect for busy moms who want something that’s quick and wholesome—not to mention delicious! With prepare-ahead tips and time-saving tricks from this little book—and the swish and flick of a wand—you can experience the magic of your slow cooker every night of the week!

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About the author:

Sarah Olson is the creator of the blog “The Magical Slow Cooker”. She loves that a few simple ingredients can turn into magic while slow cooking. Sarah also works full-time as a mail carrier and resides in Springfield, Oregon with her husband and young daughter. You can learn more about Sarah at www.themagicalslowcooker.com.

“The Magical Slow Cooker” blog tour schedule:

April 1: Recipes that Crock • connywithay
April 2: Yours and Mine and Ours
April 3: Bowl Me Over
April 4: LeMoine Family Kitchen
April 5: What’s on the List
April 6: Blogghetti
April 7: Walking on Sunshine
April 8: The Cookie Rookie • My Book A Day
April 9: Hot East and Cool Reads
April 10: An Affair from the Heart
April 11: What’s Cooking America
April 12: The Chef Next Door
April 13: The Foodie Affair
April 14: Hun… What’s for Dinner? • Reidhead Random-ness
April 15: Renee’s Kitchen Adventures
April 16: Aunt Bee’s Recipes
April 17: Recipes, Food & Cooking
April 18: My Real Food Family • Wishful Endings
April 19: LOVEFOODIES
April 20: Flavor Mosaic • Readalot
April 21: Cooking from a Stay at Home Mom • Inklings and Notions
April 22: Noshing with the Nolands
April 23: April J. Harris • Nibbles by Nic
April 24: The Complete Savorist
April 25: This and That • A Casual Reader’s Blog
April 26: Kitchen Dreaming
April 27: Dizzy Busy & Hungry
April 28: More or Less CookingFood Blog • The Author’s Hideaway
April 29: Grumpy’s Honeybunch
April 30: Life Tastes Good