Episode 294: Cookbook Publishing Resilience: Strategies for Crossing the Finish Line

Episode 294:  Cookbook Publishing Resilience: Strategies for Crossing the Finish Line

Hello, and welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today, I’m excited to talk to you about how to persevere in cookbook publishing. The journey of writing a cookbook and getting it published is a long haul, especially when you add in the journey of marketing, promotion, and sales of your book after it’s published. So why do we want to do this when we know the abysmal stats about book writing success? On today’s episode I’ll share the stats and offer five strategies to help you cross the finish line of your cookbook project.

Before we start, do you want to master cookbook publishing and secure an agent or publisher you love? I know there are many of you out there that want this. I’ve talked to and coached you, and I suspect many are listening to you feel this way. So, suppose you’d like to learn how to secure an agent or publisher for your cookbook project. In that case, I invite you to an upcoming free webinar I’m teaching on Wednesday, May 8, 2024, called: Master Cookbook Publishing: Secure Your Dream Agent or Publisher. In this class, I will talk all about the five main steps in the cookbook publishing process, four qualities of cookbook writers that agents and publishers love, and 3 myths about the cost of writing a cookbook that we need to squash so that you can move forward with your project. I’d love for you to join me so head on over to www.cookbookwritersacademy.com/free and register for this free class today. 

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Master Cookbook Publishing: Secure Your Dream Agent or Publisher

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