• Cookbook and Food Writing Links Vol. 3

    Cookbook and Food Writing LinksCookbook Writing

    Many readers of my weekly newsletter, Fork, Pen, & Spoon, ask what are the specific steps to write a cookbook? In response to their question, I’ve written blog posts that include worksheets to guide you on the steps to start your cookbook project. Here is a summary of the topics covered so far:

    · WHO is you cookbook audience
    · WHY are you writing a cookbook
    · WHAT is your cookbook concept
    · HOW to you want to publish your cookbook

    Take some time to link to the blog posts, download the worksheets, and identify your who, why, what, and how before we move to step #4.

    Food Photography

    Dark and moody describes the style of many images used in cookbooks, on food blogs, and in Instagram posts. Want to photograph dark and moody?

    Writing

    Whether you’re writing a blog post, newsletter, poem, or book, it takes courage to share what you write with others because they decide if they like what you write or not. Many fear this judgement and never write the blog posts, newsletter, poems, or books their audience needs to read. If you struggle with writing because you fear vulnerability, you may enjoy this article from Purpose Fairy that takes a look at courage and vulnerability.

    Author, editor, and Culinary Dietitian Maggie Green coaches aspiring cookbook authors during the pre-publication phase of writing a cookbook. If you want to write a cookbook, and wonder if you’re ready, download her 11-point checklist Am I Ready to Write a Cookbook?

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