Candy has another ebook out. It is supposed to be a cookbook based on the cover of the book, but many (most?) of the recipes are non-food related. One is a recipe for a “detox” bath and another is a “cure” for menstrual cramps, which I’m sure any person hankering for a tasty meal wants to hear about.
In the book is a diatribe about gangstalking, directed energy weapons, and a preemptive warning that people who might leave her bad reviews are actually sex and organ traffickers that you should ignore.
If you were hoping for wonderful food recipes from a Louisiana native, well, you’re going to be disappointed.
Another bizarre thing about this ebook is the heavy use of URLs. The reader is expected to read those links. The problem with this, apart from being tacky, is that eBook readers generally disable copy-and-paste, so good luck copying those links to a web browser. You might be able to click on them if you’re lucky. This would be rather annoying if you printed out pages hoping to have a hard copy of recipes only to see a URL on your paper printout.
And yes, true to the warning in her book, she does melt down about people who leave bad reviews. She made a video accusing one reviewer, Star Bricker, of being a “sex trafficker” without any evidence whatsoever. She said Star’s review was “fake”, despite Star’s review being a verified purchase!
There is another bad review and yeah, Candy Ass melts down over that too.