Food in Fiction

Calling All Authors & Bloggers for Food in Fiction (#foodinfic)

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Food in Fiction: Introduction

CakeCoffeeDuring the month of July, I invited authors, bloggers and readers to join me on a virtual literary world trip, celebrating all manner of places and spaces featured in books. Now we’re planning Food in Fiction, a similar style of event but celebrating food, rather than geography, featured in books.

PizzaPieEvery weekday in September a new post will be published featuring food in fiction submissions from authors and readers. I want to hear from you about the food featured in your favorite reads, books you think should be featured so we can build the ultimate menu! These don’t have to be incredible banquets or elaborate dishes. A burger on a first date, or a hastily grabbed pizza after a crazy shift, all these things can be included.

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Taking part is easy!

Bloggers/ReadersAuthorsSubmit (until 20 August)FAQs
Send us:

  • Details of a food/drink mentioned in a book you love and a short (1-2 sentence) summary of who is eating and why/what the occasion is (e.g. a first date, after work, breakfast before the school run).
  • The book title and author.
  • (Optional) Your blog and/or twitter details, a quote about you so we can promote you

You can submit entries until 20 August 2015

Send us:

  • Details of a food/drink mentioned in your book and a short (1-2 sentence) summary of who is eating and why/what the occasion is (e.g. a first date, after work, breakfast before the school run).
  • A short excerpt from your novel (up to 200 words)
  • A brief bio (up to 200 words)
  • Your book title

You can submit entries until 20 August 2015

Due to time constraints, we will not be able to reproduce/show recipes for every food/drink listed (sorry!) but if you have a link to an existing recipe on your own blog or elsewhere, we will happily share the link!

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  • Can I submit multiple entries? Yes, up to 2 – please send one at once though.
  • When will I know if my entry will be featured? We’ll email you or tag you on Twitter when it is posted. If there are any problems we’ll let you know in advance.
  • When will the posting schedule be shared? We’ll be working on the schedule between 21 August and 30 August and will post it by 31 August on the blog.
  • Do I need to do anything else once I’ve submitted my entry? Will I need to write a blog post? Once we have your entry, we’ll build the Food in Fiction post from that, contacting you if we need to clarify anything. All you need to do is wait for it to be posted (and spread the word a little if you’d like to!).
  • Is this a blog hop? It isn’t a blog hop as everything is posted on this one blog over a month period. Links to books and blogs and Twitter profiles are shared with every post to offer exposure.
  • Has this run previously? Food in Fiction is a new event, but you might want to check out the Literary World Trip, which ran in July 2015.

What we’ll do:

  • Collect all the entries between 20 July and 20 August
  • Put together a posting schedule between 21 August and 30 August
  • Post the schedule on the blog on 31 August
  • Post every weekday during September

Please spread the word using the #foodinfic hashtag!

Authors/Bloggers Taking Part in 2015

Updated 24 August 2015

Click here for the schedule

  • Aihebholo-oria Okonoboh, @ aihebholooria
  • Becky Lyn Rickman, @BeckyLynRickman
  • Claudette Melanson, @Bella623
  • Crystal Marcos, @CrystalMarcos
  • David Lee Summers, @davidleesummers
  • David M. Brown, @elenchera
  • Donna Brown, @_mrs_b
  • Donna Everhart, @wordstogobuy
  • Dougie McHale, @dougiemchale
  • Effrosyni Moschoudi, @FrostieMoss
  • Fiona Skye, @FionaSkyeWriter
  • Heather Hiestand, @heatherhiestand
  • Ichabod Temperance, @IckyTemperance
  • Java Davis, @javadavis
  • Joanne Guidoccio, @joanneguidoccio
  • Jonathan Gould, @jonno_go
  • Joyce Hertzoff, @JoyceHertzoff
  • Julie Elizabeth Powell, @starjewelz
  • Linda Poitevin, @lindapoitevin
  • Lois M., @OV_099
  • Mae Clair, @maeclair1
  • Rebecca E. Neely, @RebeccaNeely1
  • Robin Murphy, @murfett
  • Susan Salluce
  • Tonya Kinzer, @TonyaKinzer
  • Tracy Falbe, @tracyfalbe


Spread the word, submit your locations and keep stopping by each day to Tweet about Food in Fiction – each of these will give you a chance to win.

Check out the Twitter chatter, plus Instagram and Pinterest pics using #foodinfic. You can easily follow the #foodinfic Twitter feed here.

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Terri Giuliano Long

Terri Giuliano Long, a frequent guest blogger, with appearances on hundreds of blogs, is a contributing writer for IndieReader and also wrote for Her Circle eZine. She lives with her family on the East Coast. Her debut novel, In Leah’s Wake, winner of the Global eBook Award, Popular Fiction, and Indie Discovery Award, Literary Fiction, has sold over 130,000 copies worldwide.
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  1. Fabulous idea. I’ve tweeted and signed up with my novel, MYTH AND MAGIC. I didn’t receive an acknowledgement that the post went through but didn’t get an error message either, so I guess I’m okay. Many thanks for arranging this. Love it!

  2. I’m an author and would love to submit about food in fiction but to whom do I submit? Where, how? I’m dumb about these things.

I'd love to hear your thoughts!