Welcome to this encore episode of the podcast. I’m excited to be here today to talk to any food & nutrition expert, expert baker, expert cook, restaurant or bakery owner, personal chef, caterer, or anyone who has recipes, stories, and solutions to share.
I believe that a print cookbook is the most portable and profitable way to share your recipes, stories, and solutions. A print cookbook is a beautiful marketing tool for your business and an effective business card for yourself.
Listen in as we discuss how to get started, different paths to publication, what you need to do to approach a traditional publisher, what happens after you sign a contract with a publisher, and then how cookbook writers get paid for their books.
Listen to Episode 178 below:
Things We Mention In This Episode:
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Episode 33 Interview with Cookbook Collector and Literary Agent Maria Ribas
Episode 112 How Cookbook Writers Get Paid with Literary Agent Sally Ekus
Episode 115 How Cookbook Writers Get Paid with Cookbook Author Jill Nussinow
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