Starting your own food blog or simply staying motivated to continue your food blog journey can sometimes seem overwhelming. Lack of direction, motivation or guidance can allow doubt to overshadow our passion. Lucky for us, seasoned food bloggers are willing to share their talents with books dedicated to the sole purpose of food blogging, very cool!
Tips, food styling tricks, advice and their stories help to guide you through the process of food blogging. Today I share three of my favorite food blogging books.
Wonderful Food Blogging Books
Food Blogging For Dummies by Kelly Senyei – Kelly, the creator of JustaTaste.com is a multimedia food journalist, stylist, food photographer and Chef. Her work can be found on NBC, Food Network.com, Glamour.com and Food2.com. In Food Blogging for Dummies Kelly walks you through the complete process of starting your blog. Food Blogging for Dummies guides you through what you should consider before publishing your first post, finding your niche, designing your site, food photography, optimizing your blog, connecting with social media and widgets.
Will Write for Food: The Complete Guide to Writing Cookbooks, Blogs, Reviews, Memoir, and More by Dianne Jacob - An author, writing coach, freelance writer, freelance editor and food writing instructor since 1996, Dianne won the 2005 International Cordon D’Or Award for Literacy Culinary Reference for Will Write for Food. In Will Write for Food Dianne covers everything from getting started, food writing, becoming a successful freelance writer, how to restaurant review, recipe writing and how to get published. Dianne blogs at Diannej.com.
Plate to Pixel: Digital Food Photography & Styling by Hélène Dujardin – Hélène is the force behind the widely popular and award winning blog Tartelette. On Tartelette she dedicates herself to the art of food, food styling and photography. She has worked for Elle Magazine, Forbes, The Time Online, Saveur, CNN and Martha Stewart. In Plate to Pixel Hélène walks you through the art and techniques of food styling, lighting, arrangement and happily shares her advice on of food styling.
Share: Do you have a favorite food blogging book?