Using Partnerships to Help Land a Nonfiction Book Deal

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Today’’ s visitor post is by Aimee Aristotelous, co-author of Almost Keto .

When I began composing a book on food and nutrition, I presumed prospective publishing homes would view me as certified enough to author a book. I’’ m a nutritional expert. I got numerous rejections. I recognized I required something more than simply qualifications or proficiency.

As I browsed the aisles of health, nutrition, and cookbooks in Barnes and Noble, attempting to find out who the released authors were, I saw that the majority of were phds, celebs, or mds. I chose I required one of those extremely regarded terminal degrees connected to my book. Finding and protecting the best type of author collaboration isn’’ t simple. Here ’ s what contributed in my procedure. read more

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The Missing Piece To My Puzzle (Plus a Recipe—and a Giveaway)

It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to publish these each Friday as long as they keep coming in. Thank you for reading!

I’m thrilled to share Cristina Curp’s success story today. You might know her as the creator (and chef) of The Castaway Kitchen. And she’s now the author of the brand new Made Whole Cookbook, just out this week—a book I was proud to write the foreword for. She’s got an inspiring Primal story to share as well as awesome recipe and generous giveaway today. Enjoy, everyone! read more

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