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									Wedding Cake Wishes
Wedding Bell Blessings

Author: Dana Corbit

To save his mother's business, rugged outdoorsman Logan Warren has to learn about wedding cakes and
keeping customers. A confirmed bachelor, he can barely handle the brides that come in wanting
buttercream this and frosted that. Yet when family friend Caroline Scott offers to help out, Logan isn't
relieved. Caroline is his polar opposite. He's motorcycles and wildlife—she's business suits and ledgers.
The one thing they have in common? Not wanting to get married. Until everyone else's wedding cake
wishes have them dreaming of their own.
Author Bio
Dana Corbit
The first stories Dana invented were never recorded, but these tales took Barbie, Skipper and Ken on
amazing adventures that almost always involved a secret baby plot. Cornelius and Zira dolls from Planet
of the Apes were usually included in the tangled web as well, while Dana acted out her stories for hours
alone in her room.For this Kokomo, Indiana, native, writing came as a smooth transition from her love of
reading and storytelling. Dana began with poetry in third grade, continuing through playwriting and
journaling, all before junior high. In high school she discovered an outlet in journalism, reporting for the
high school newspaper. She enjoyed telling other people's stories so much that she earned a journalism
degree from Ball State University while working for four years on the college newspaper staff.After college
she became a newspaper reporter and, later, features editor for The Republic newspaper in Columbus,
Indiana, where she found fulfillment and recognition. "The stories always drove me," she says. "I used to
love finding a human-interest story inside a murder or fatality accident or discovering the stories behind
the familiar faces in downtown Columbus."While she was at the newspaper, she met the love of her life,
Randy, and chased him down and married him before he got away. In 1992, when their first daughter was
born, Dana became a stay-at-home mom. Still, the need to write followed her, so she became a
columnist for the newspaper and freelanced for regional and national magazines.In early 1995, a few
months after their second daughter's birth, Dana had a dream, which resulted in her first novel. This tome,
even after nine revisions, is still hidden in her office drawer, where it belongs. But from this first—for a long
time, anyway—foray into writing fiction, she was hooked."At first it was scary inventing the story,
especially when my career had been so focussed on truth, but then I discovered that writing lies is a
blast."In the years since, whi

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