What comes after chick lit? "Quiche-lit"
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."
To see a few titles that PW recommends, click here.
But my favorite, sight unseen, would be: " I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti: A Memoir" by Giulia Melucci.
Even if the title somehow fails to grab you, there's still that description from mega celebrity chef Mario Batali, who calls the memoir “a foodie’s dream version of Sex and the City.”
Look for it in your favorite bookstore in April.