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I highly recommend it to anybody who wants to write about food.
Dianne Jacob's book is inspiring and confidence-boosting, and is packed with tips that all food writers - whether amateurs or aspiring professionals - need.
As Ms. Jacob does not cover cookbook reviewing (my favorite culinary writing hobby), I will comment on her extensive tips on writing recipes.
I just started reading this book and so far it is great. I have a food blog and this gives you tips about writing for blogs and reviews. Love it so far.Published 1 month ago by sk_tx
Before you start a blog, journal, cookbook or any type of creative writing "STOP" this is a must have book that will save you a lot of trouble, heartache and sleep. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bea L
I am in the process writing my first cookbook -- The Motherland Cookbook and reading this book has helped me restructure my recipes and even my presentation. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sabina L. Jules
This book gives excellent advice from a professional, written as if from a friend. The guidance given in this book will empower anyone who wants to become a food writer or those... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am still reading it, but so far it looks like it will a valuable tool for anybody wanting to start a food blog.Published 10 months ago by Billie Myrick
Dianne Jacob gives amateur to expert food writers the dish on everything about food writing from blogging to writing cookbooks to food memoirs. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Heather Cassell