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The summer heat is a great time for backyard BBQs, family potlucks, and deep woods boil ups. From seafood to vegan, keto to cupcakes, foraging to traditional, we publish a variety of cookbooks with something for all tastes and diets.
Happy Belly: The Cake Book by Aaron McInnis
Salt Beef Buckets: A Love Story by Amanda Dorothy Jean Bulman
The Newfoundland and Labrador Seafood Cookbook by Joan Over
Fat-Back and Molasses a collection of favourite old recipes
Island Vegan by Marian Frances White
Heather Nolan reading from Land of the Rock: Talamh an Carraig
Mary Dalton reading from The Vernacular Strain in Newfoundland Poetry
Following Racket and Best Kind, Hard Ticket is the next New Writing Made in Newfoundland anthology, once again edited by critically acclaimed author Lisa Moore! Follow Breakwater Books on social media for excerpts from this exciting collection! Pre-order now!
Writers at Woody Point takes place from August 16-21, 2022 this year. The schedule is packed with amazing authors from across the country. Towards an Encyclopedia of Local Knowledge, Chapter III: Miawpukek-The Middle River by Pam Hall and Jerry Evans will be introduced to the world on Wednesday, August 17 at a free event. This beautiful book shares the history and intangible cultural heritage of a Newfoundland Mi'kmaw community. This book is published by Breakwater Books and MUN Books.
Love for our Authors!
"Just one reason I love this book [Happy Belly: The Cake Book] is the brown sugar cream cheese pastry cream which is to die for. Many other reasons include the detailed instructions (Aaron wants you to understand the basics of baking), gorgeous photography and tempting recipes that will make you the baker that everyone envies."
- Jenny Hartin, eatyourbooks.com
"We don’t really know what they “look” like, but we can see them. The story [of The Wards] perspective switches between them, and sometimes others. So the reader often knows something other characters do not."
-Joan Sullivan, The Telegram
" I found the characters had a lot of… well, character, and they were really fun to read about because they were exactly what teenagers would be like if teenagers were on the run from power hungry evil aliens that want to take over the world"
- Ariela, Digitally Lit Youth Ambassador
“A Life Spent Listening delivers practical advice [...] interwoven with [...] travelogues of hiking, mountain climbing and the Camino de Santiago.”
- Joan Sullivan, The Telegram
Our office will be closed on Regatta Day so our staff can enjoy the races and the biggest garden party in the province!
Want to learn more about the Royal St. John's Regatta? Try Jack Fitzgerald's Regatta: A New History. Or get lost and found in the crowds while you Find Scruncheon and Touton All Around Newfoundland by Nancy and Laurel Keating!