It’s all said and done!
Finally, after countless hours in my kitchen baking, photographing, writing, editing, pulling my hair out, biting my nails, and cussing just a little, my cookbook is finally finished.
A while back I told you that I self-published my own cookbook and there would be more on it later. Well, it’s later.
With that said, let me get the important stuff out-of-the-way. First off, let me start by saying that I am not, nor have I ever, professed to be an Ivy League English major. I am not a copyright editor in any sense of the word, I am a self-taught photographer who probably values my work far more than any professional ever will, I am a modest home baker, and I am a sticker.
By sticker, I mean persistent, determined, and who doesn’t give up easily. Perhaps that is the best quality to have if you ever decide (like I did) to write your own cookbook.
While writing and self-publishing your book may sound easy enough, I eventually concluded that I must have been bordering on the brink of insanity when I made that initial decision.
My cookbook features a combination of my favorite sweets recipes, along with a full-page color photo for each recipe – 90 pages in all.
Mission accomplished! One more thing to cross off my bucket list…