Book Divas Review How To Bake A Man

Book Divas Review How To Bake A Man

Excerpt: “We are excited to share a hot new book to sink into just in time for the holidays! How To Bake a Man by author Jessica Barksdale Inclan is a nice light read we are sure you will enjoy. The perfect mixture of a woman looking for self discovery and love by using food with a dash of humor – it makes the perfect concoction for a great story!” For the full review, click here:...

Jessica Barksdale Inclan Guest Posts on Practical Frugality: “Giving Back to my Baking Lineage”

Excerpt: “So for me, baking doesn’t seem like something relegated to women. Or something simple to do. Or even something nurturing (which it is). Or creating something tasty (which it does as well). Rolling is a way of shaping not only cookies but identity. Not only am I baking something for my family in celebration, but I’m connecting with the women in my family line.” Read more at...

Review of “How to Bake a Man” on Bitten By Books

Excerpt: “Becca is truly stressed-out, with her baking and her confusion about her love life just adding to it. Her attraction to Jeff is mutual, but she eventually learns to sort out her feelings and find the right man for her. The business is growing, success is within reach, and I appreciated that each chapter started with a baked good and that the recipes are in the back of the book.” For the full review, click here:...

Jessica Barksdale Inclán Guest Posts on Bookingly Yours

Excerpt: “This is a story surrounding the “Sugar Cookies” recipe in my new novel, How to Bake a Man, slated for release October 21 by Ghostwood Books. Every time I eat one of my great grandmother’s sugar cookies, I think not of her but of her daughter, Vida, my grandmother. Lest you think this is some nostalgic view, let me be clear that my grandmother was not all kitted socks and hot cocoa. Frankly, she was often sharp, pointed, and downright mean. She had an unnerving way of telling me I looked or was either fat or unkempt. My grandmother was proper to a T, wearing skirts and hose and lipstick to her very last days.” For the full post, click...