Friday, November 15, 2013

Homemade Holiday 101: An EBook Library for Cooks, Crafters, and Gift-Makers

101 Ebooks for Cooking, Crafting,
and Gift-Making for $4.99 or Less!

With Thanksgiving and Hanukkah aligned for the first time since 1888 and December festivities around the corner, it’s indisputable: the season of gift giving has arrived, and so has Homemade Holiday 101!

Beginning today (November 15) and running through December 31, 2013, Workman Publishing is cracking open its library and offering best-selling, award-winning cooking, crafting, and gift-making ebooks from all of its publishing partners, including Storey, for holiday prices from $0.99 to $4.99 (see image below for a sampling of ebook deals).

In addition to amazing deals on ebooks, Handmade Holiday 101 includes a blog and a daily newsletter set to deliver DIY holiday tips and projects from the experts themselves.

There’s more! Signing up for the newsletter automatically enters you into the Homemade Holiday 101 Sweepstakes, with a chance to win an ebook enthusiast’s dream prize:

1 Nexus Tablet
An ebook library for the holidays, including:
  • Come Home to Supper by Christy Jordan
  • Nosh on This by Lisa Stander-Horel
  • What’s a Hostess to Do? by Susan Spungen
  • The Liddabit Sweet Candy Cookbook by Liz Gutman & Jen King
  • Knit Christmas Stockings by Gwen W. Steege
Plus a gift card for five runners-up!

The Homemade Holliday 101 website is chock full of resources to help you prepare feasts, host holiday parties, whip up edible treats for munching or giving, or stitching and knitting up holiday gifts. Look for posts from Storey authors Sherri Brooks Vinton (Put ’em Up! and Put ’em Up! Fruit), Judith Durant (One-Skein Wonders), Edie Eckman (Crochet One-Skein Wonders), John Holl (The American Craft Beer Cookbook), Amie Petronis Plumley and Andria Lisle (Sewing School and Sewing School 2), Andrew Schloss (Homemade Sodas and Homemade Liqueurs), Gwen Steege (Knit Christmas Stockings), and Stephanie Tourles (Raw Energy).

Make this gift-giving season warm and bright: head on over to Homemade Holiday 101!

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