It took me ages to stop reading LinkedIn as Linkled-in (but I am still reading miniseries incorrectly, like some version of medieval ministrations to the poor rather than mini then series), so I couldn't call this post 'linked in' because it would be too difficult for me to read. Plus, linked up sounds more like loved up, which is what I am today.
The Gentle Art of Domesticity e-book is now on sale in several places, and is about to appear on more (Nook, Blackwells, Foyles and others), but I thought it would be useful to give links here to the pages as it seems it's a little difficult to find the book on iTunes and Kobo at the moment.
As it's a love-in day, I'm giving away six iTunes vouchers for The Gentle Art of Domesticity which means six people will be able to read the book on an iPad for free. If you'd like a copy of the ebook, just leave a comment below with your email letting me know your favourite birthday/Valentine's cake. I'll email six people on Wednesday with codes for vouchers that will need to be redeemed by 12 March.
Now I'm going back to the kitchen to carry on baking two birthday cakes. Tom and Alice are 21 today, so it's a chocolate cake for him to be decorated wildly by Phoebe who has made a wonderful Instagram photo collage for Alice, and a Red Velvet cake for her (both recipes are in Vintage Cakes).