Chick lit is so hot these days that following it requires the use of multiple categories, notes book industry trade magazine Publishers Weekly: There is mommy lit, vampire chick lit, chick lit for dog lovers, and so on and so forth. But here's a new one: "quiche-lit," a.k.a. chick lit for foodies.
PW reports that in bookstores next spring we'll be seeing "new food-inspired chick-lit tomes, from cookbooks to novels to memoirs."
But my favorite, sight unseen, would be: " I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti: A Memoir" by Giulia Melucci.
Look for it in your favorite bookstore in April.