Have you ever heard that still, small voice inside whisper, “You ought to write a cookbook”?

If you pay attention to that voice you may answer, “Sure, I’d love to write a cookbook, but I don’t have a clue where to begin? Or perhaps you say,

  • I don’t know how to write a cookbook.
  • I’m not an English major or a culinary expert.
  • I don’t know how to combine my expertise with the craft of cooking.
  • I don’t know how to navigate the publishing industry.
  • It all seems so daunting.
  • I don’t know how to sell a cookbook.
  • I’m not a Food Network star.
  • ……and all sorts of other doubts you may have.

If your response resonates with these I encourage you to join my free teleclass for aspiring cookbook writers:

You Can Write A Cookbook:

Essential Ingredients for Success

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

12:00 EST/11:00 CST

With this unique teleclass you have the opportunity to:

  • learn essentials of writing a cookbook.
  • explore how your passion for writing a cookbook stacks up against the reality of writing a cookbook.
  • make the connection between your expertise and cookbooks.
  • begin to remove the barriers you might have for writing your own cookbook.
  • learn the next step in writing your own cookbook.

To register for this free, one-of-a-kind teleclass click here:

I sincerely hope to see you on Tuesday, September 20th as we pay attention to the small voice moving aspiring cookbook authors toward a cookbook of his or her very own.

“Cook-books have always intrigued and seduced me. When I was still a dilettante in the kitchen they held my attention, even the dull ones, from cover to cover, the way crime and murder stories did.”
‘The Alice B. Toklas Cook Book’ (1954)


Kentucky Fresh Cookbook

Lots of fun stuff happening over at my new website and blog. Just posted an interview with cookbook author Amelia Saltsman. Would love for you to take a look and while you’re there:

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Here’s What We Ate Last Week on my new blog/website.  Come visit, stay, sign-up.

I’m going to turn my attention to What We Ate Last Week again. Visit here for more details.

Come Join The Fun

We’re having fun over here on my new website and blogsite. Come for a visit. Join our community and sign-up for the newsletter. Become a friend on Facebook or follow on Twitter. I promise I’ll talk back as we make our kitchens places of action and our homes places filled with books, cookbooks, and good food.

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Proof(s) On My Mind

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