Flash sale today, on-line at Blurb Books!

Healthy eating as a question of balance

Healthy eating is all about balance

If you have ever been tempted to buy a copy of Sharon Rudnitski’s book Cook Up A Story: Good Food Sets the Mood… now is the time.

For the next 3 days (until April 13), you can get it on-line for 35% off… the largest discount I’ve ever seen. Use the promo code APRILFLASH35 at checkout.

Six stories with messages on friendship, family, and food entertain kids and the people who love them. Recipes for foods mentioned in the tales and featuring healthy ingredients get kids into the kitchen. Families can read up on nutrition basics in each chapter and get some cool tips on healthy eating from Vinny Grette, the host of Sharon’s book.

Blurb Books is a reputable company which has always delivered high-quality books to me promptly, printed on demand to my specifications. I think you’ll be satisfied with the product, too. For an overview about ordering on line, click How to get the best price.

If you do buy a copy, let me know what you think. I’d be delighted to hear from you and am open to all suggestions.

I donate a portion of the profits to children in the community.

Best wishes – Sharon AKA Vinny Grette


To Order

To go to the Blurb Book Store, click on the picture of the book in the right margin. When you get there, choose the format you want. Both the deluxe and family-size editions contain the same information. But the deluxe format presents the art, which is a nice feature of the book, in full size. The smaller format is available at two less-expensive price points, in black and white or in color. So many choices! In the bookstore, look for the link to the format you want.

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Mme M.D.
    May 06, 2015 @ 13:24:56

    thank you! that is reassuring. for now I am trying to figure out the costs. Ideally my book should be available to a relatively small crowd of people but scattered around the globe – that’s why print on demand and online selling seem appealing here. I used Amazon’s self publishing before but was very disappointed with the quality of the end result. Perhaps my editor was not too experienced, but overall, formatting, binding etc would not work with my current project that requires many hi quality illustrations.


  2. Mme M.D.
    Apr 20, 2015 @ 15:12:12

    Congratulations on the book! I am looking into publishing something with Blurb soon too, please let me know your honest opinion about their service. How did it go? are you satisfied with the quality of the book?


    • Vinny Grette
      Apr 20, 2015 @ 15:36:14

      I loved Blurb. My only problem is that my book, 80 pages and full color, came out at the expensive end for a children’s book, when you factor in shipping. That’s why I post the promo codes – if you use one, it negates the shipping cost, usually, and sometimes even more. I found the quality and service excellent, though. You can tailor the quality to your needs – various kinds of binding, paper, cover styles etc are available. The publishing software was easy to use, too, but I have a background in publishing, so maybe it was just easy for me… They use a variety of printers depending on where in the world the book is going. But all seem to do a good job :). Good luck with your book!


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