Genre: Cookbook/History of Food
The Pussers Cook Book contains the most popular and loved traditional dishes from the Royal Navy’s Galleys. Woven between the recipes are facts and tid-bits about the food, the cooks and general life aboard ship. Along with the recipes, this book aims to preserve a segment of British history that is fading, all too quickly, into the grey sea-mists of oblivion.
About the Author
Paul White a multi-genre author of fiction, semi-fiction and non-fictional works. He has published books ranging from children’s stories to tales of crime and violence, from personal accounts of the worlds war zones to emotive poetry books and the humorous side of military social History to twisted tales of both magic and gremlins
A common topic running through many of his stories is that of life, of love, happiness, laughter, anger, anguish, fear, uncertainty, pain and loss. All the common denominators of the most important matter of all, the human condition.
He is the founder of CQI Magazine, writer of the blogs, Ramblings from a Writers Mind (writing about writing for writers) and Wild Geese, the independent traveller’s blog.
He created Electric Eclectic books. Books designed as introductory works, novelettes, for readers to find some great indie authors, with low-cost, high-quality books. Prequels, paralleled and backstories due soon.