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Come Ask Melissa Harvey Some Questions!

Posted on April 1, 2013 at 9:15 AM

Introducing Melissa Harvey!


This is what I could find out about Melissa Harvey on her Amazon Author Central page:

       Melissa Harvey, a Baton Rouge native and former pastry chef, is the creator and publisher behind She's a self-proclaimed chocoholic and lover of all things sweet. She currently lives in Nashville with her songwriter/musician husband and their two daughters.



Author's Links:

Melissa Harvey's Amazon Author Central

Melissa Harvey does not currently have a website ;).



       Melissa's Interview will go live On April 8th so look her up and come ask her some questions!

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Reply UniquelyHis
12:43 PM on April 1, 2013 
Hi, Melissa, I was wondering if you grew up in Lousianna because your creation is called What exactly is CajonSugarPie? Where did the name come from? (RuthieLovesJesusDerby (
Reply Edward Forrest Frank
10:18 PM on April 4, 2013 
1) I saw you were running a giveaway for Borax. I am glad it is not part of your cookie recipe. Tell us something about

2) You currently have "Cookie Exchange" for sale. Do you have other recipe books or party books in the works?

3) What was the hardest step in getting started on your first book?
Reply Wendy Miller
3:21 PM on April 5, 2013 
You are a former pastry chef, and now a writer. Was writing always what you wanted to do, or was being a pastry chef your original dream? Or something else entirely?

What made you leave being a pastry chef behind and start writing instead?
Reply Hank Nimbus
6:41 PM on April 5, 2013 
We were talking to the Master regarding beliefs and conditioning. All belief could possibly be said to the result of some conditioning. Thus, the study of history is simply the study of one system of beliefs disposing another and so on and so on, A psychologically tested belief of our time is that the central nervous system , which feeds its impulses to the brain, the conscious and sub-conscious, is unable to discern between the real and vividly imagined experience. If there is a difference, and most of us believe there is, For to examine these concepts requires tremendous energy and discipline. To allow the unknown to occur and to occur requires clarity. And when there is clarity there is no choice and when there is choice there is misery. My question is: what part does this play in your writing?
Reply Jo Linsdell
7:54 AM on April 6, 2013 
I'm celiac and would love to see more books with gluten free recipes available. Are there any included in your book? Would you consider publishing another book if not? FYI I'm a chocoholic too so that would be a good ingredient to include ;) (
Reply Jan Watford
4:02 PM on April 7, 2013 
Are you interested in writing books for another genre besides cooking? Do you have other interests besides cooking and what are they? What gave you the idea to write a book on this topic?