Would You Eat This Cake Sight Unseen?

perpetuum cake

A grade 8 student – the amazingly talented Abby – baked this cake based on my new book! That’s the magical land of Perpetuum on the right. She put the purple hills in there, and a little BMX bike, and Finn’s bike ramp, all made of sugar candy, and chocolate trees.

I love the attention to detail – especially the red bookmark that hangs down between the 2 pages. I bet that took HOURS.

I just about wept when I saw it. Who wants a book award when you can have a CAKE!

Abby couldn’t bear to slice into the cake when the other kids arrived for the “author mingle party,” and I couldn’t blame her, what with it being a work of art that deserves to be in the Louvre and all.  Still, everyone was glaring at us with their paper plates and plastic forks scrunched up in their fists, so I turned to Abby and she nodded and then I took the knife and sliced into the cake. “Everything is impermanent,” I said.

The cake was delicious. Better even. It was a beacon of deliciousness.

3 thoughts on “Would You Eat This Cake Sight Unseen?

  1. Thank you sooooo much for mentioning me on your blog. You are the amazingly talented one, with out you writing Sight Unseen I would have never made that cake.

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