Episode 208: How to Thrive as an Aspiring Cookbook Author

Episode 208: How to Thrive as an Aspiring Cookbook Author

Hello and welcome to another episode of the podcast – I’ve been thinking about thriving lately in our work as cooks, writers, and aspiring cookbook authors. Did you know anyone can aspire to write a cookbook? Yes, anyone. In today’s episode I want to talk to you about how to thrive as an aspiring cookbook author with tips on identifying yourself as an aspiring author, practicing your craft of cooking, documenting the details when you cook, sharing your work, and engaging with people who you can help. Listen in for more expansion on these topics, and more!

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Things We Mention In This Episode:

Cookbook Love Podcast Episode 23: Why People Write Cookbooks and Who They Write For

Cookbook Love Podcast Episode 203: 30 Recipes in 30 Days Challenge (Recipe Development and Documentation)

Free Masterclass: How to Get Paid to Write a Cookbook and Get it Published

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