Episode 287: Being a Self-Published Cookbook Author with Lorraine Carlstrom

Episode 287: Being a Self-Published Cookbook Author with Lorraine Carlstrom

Hello, and welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today on the podcast, I’m excited to have an interview with Lorraine Carlstrom. Lorraine has been interested in food and cooking for most of her life, including roles as a cook where she cooked at a backcountry cabin in the Canadian Rockies, volunteered at an organic farm, served as a leader for the Weston A. Price Foundation, and taught cooking classes. Lorraine is the author of Roo’s Kitchen: Bone Broth Soups and Sourdough Sides: Nourishing Recipes Inspired by friends, family, and life playing in nature. I am proud to say that Lorraine is a graduate of the 2023 cohort of Cookbooks on KDP, and the book we’re talking about today she wrote and published as a result of being in the program. If you have a collection of recipes that you want to publish in a book, the doors for our 2024 cohort are open to Cookbooks on KDP. In this 12-week group program, I will help you step-by-step learn how to publish a book of recipes on Amazon. When you complete the program, you will have completed two types of recipe books to share family recipes or give away as holiday gifts. If you’d like to learn more about this offer, head over to https://www.cookbookwritersacademy.com/kdp2024, and read more details about the program, your chance to enroll in this year’s program. 

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Things We Mention In This Episode:

Learn more about Cookbooks on KDP  and receive a bonus of Recipe Week 5-Day Training all about writing recipes. 

Roo’s Kitchen: Bone Broth and Sourdough Sides

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