Will Write for Food: The Complete Guide to Writing Cookbooks, Blogs, Memoir, Recipes, and More

For more than 15 years, writing coach, editor, and blogger Dianne Jacob has taught food lovers how to take their passion from the plate to the page. Now, Jacob has revised and updated her award-winning guide. Whether you’ve been writing for years or are just starting out, Will Write for Food offers what you need to know to succeed and thrive, including: – A new chapter dedicated to making an income from food writing – Updated information about self-publishing and cookbook production – Tips on creating and sustaining an irresistible blog with gorgeous photos – The keys to successful freelancing and reviewing – Advice from award-winning writers, editors, and agents – Engaging, fun writing exercises to get the juices flowing

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2 Responses to Will Write for Food: The Complete Guide to Writing Cookbooks, Blogs, Memoir, Recipes, and More

  1. Ren Behan says:

    Updated and still the only comprehensive and authoritative text available on the subject of food writing, This is the book that I first read when starting out as a food blogger in 2010 and it is the book I continue to recommend to anyone considering food writing as a career. I’m so pleased that Dianne has released a third edition. Will Write For Food is still the only comprehensive and authoritative text available on the subject of food writing. Certainly this is the only current text to cover everything from blogging to freelancing, to writing restaurant reviews to coming up with a book idea and,…

  2. Radha Gopinath says:

    The book to go for all food bloggers Will Write for Food is a helpful guide for anyone who wants to improve their food writing. The book is practical. I like the exercises at the end of each chapter. There are a couple of inaccuracies; for example, the author claims everyone who starts a blog on Blogger will have blogpost.com ending to their URL, which isn’t true. Dianne Jacob is not a photographer; the section that deals with food photography reveals it at times. Thankfully, she generously provides links to better sources…