This is a short blog post – but I’m so happy. I did it! Done and done. I submitted my cookbook manuscripts. Manuscript transmittal is the end of the beginning phase of cookbook publication.
Now my publisher takes over. They edit, design, and produce/print my books. They are specialists at EDP and that is why I personally like to collaborate with publishers. If all goes well (and it will), the Essential Pantry and Essential Plant-based Pantry will be published in September 2018.
I am tentatively booked at BEA in NYC at the end of May 2018 to start promos and signings. Sort of a pre-launch signing event. I’m excited to plan cookbook marketing efforts
What steps are you taking to get closer to submitting your cookbook for publication?
Here is step #1: Identify Your Goals For Publication
And, if you are a cookbook author and interested in a Cookbook Marketing Mastermind Group, email me. I plan to facilitate this new mastermind group. I would like to see who’s interested.
Now, I ‘m going to enjoy my submission with a hot cup of tea and a good book! And then, get started on my next project.
Cookbook author and culinary dietitian Maggie Green coaches aspiring cookbook authors in the process of writing cookbooks, cookbook proposals, and building their author platform. Download her checklist “Am I Ready to Write A Cookbook?”