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“Saucy Slices” new mini cookbook

We are pleased to announce the launch of the latest mini cookbook from the kitchens of Terri Bateman and Sarah Jackson. 

“Saucy Slices”, the latest mini cookbook from Terri Bateman and Sarah Jackson, is now available.

Looking for a dessert that will impress your friends? Do you want to make some fabulous alcohol-based treats for your function? Are you looking for something a bit different from standard desserts? This could be the book for you.

“Saucy Slices” is the third book in the “When it all becomes too much” mini cookbook pantry series by Terri Bateman & Sarah Jackson. This easy-to-use book contains 20 easy-to-make recipes to help make your slices the talk of the town. 

Now available through Amazon for $AU0.99 for the e-book and $AU8:80 for the print version.

All of the “When it all becomes too much” Pantry and Produce titles are available here

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“Winner Winner Chicken Dinner” – Great Holiday Reading!

You can now buy your e-book copy of “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner” by Sarah Jackson for $AU5.00 through the official website or


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Published by Serenade Publishing @serenadepublishing

Feathers fly when the president of the district poultry club and his prize-winning rooster are brutally murdered just days before the district agricultural show.

Senior Constable Ivy Driscoll has been transferred to the rural police station of Donnywell following a scandal at her city precinct. But no sooner has she arrived than crimes start being committed. Even though she is the granddaughter of the Country Women’s Association royalty, Ivy is quintessentially a city girl, knowing nothing of domestic life, baking or rural daily life and goings on. 

Ivy must solve the murders to prove herself fit for the job, win the hearts and minds of the locals, and restore calm in the small town she would very much like to call home.