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 Two sisters agree to co-host a cooking show and call a truce to years of sibling rivalry. But somewhere between the appetizer and dessert, conflicts rise faster than the bread dough. Add a detective brother to the mix and what boils over is a steaming whodunit series seasoned with just the right amount of mayhem and murder.

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About the Author

Diana Savastano

Style: Teen, Fiction, Faith, Adventure

Diana Savastano was born in Manhattan and raised in Westchester County, New York. At an early age, she enjoyed writing and laughingly says she was born with a pencil in her hand. 

 

Her first poem was published in a Family and Friends Magazine she created in her teens. From poetry, she advanced to writing articles featuring the events, recipes, and traditions surrounding her Italian-American heritage.

 

In high school her English teacher encouraged her to pursue a writing career after graduation. And she did just that. She studied journalism and then grew her career working as a reporter and columnist at various newspapers and magazines.

 

In 1991, she founded DRS Publishing, releasing two publications: THE COLLECTOR Newsmagazine and GOURMET FARE magazine.

 

“I found my niche, and for fourteen years I enjoyed every facet of the publishing industry,” she says. “Thanks to the Internet, Gourmet Fare became an e-zine, grew in global popularity, and opened up a whole new adventure.”

In 2005, she devoted her time to full-time novel writing and teaching others how to complete a manuscript and publish their own works.

“I have been blessed to stay active in publishing from an early age,” she says, noting that there was never a time when she wasn’t writing stories. “Whenever I thought I’d take a break from a writing project, the characters in my books would insist that I get back to work.”

 

She goes on to explain that even though a big part of her writing career included rejections, she never let them become stumbling blocks. “When you’re born to write,” she says, “you do just that.”

 

Book Overview

Diana Savastano

A Party Without Cake Is Murder

Two sisters agree to co-host a cooking show and call a truce to years of sibling rivalry. But somewhere between the appetizer and dessert, conflicts rise faster than the bread dough. Add a detective brother to the mix and what boils over is a steaming whodunit series seasoned with just the right amount of mayhem and murder.

 
 

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