The Best Book on Food WritingeBook - 2011
IN THE BOOK - A detailed breakdown of each part of a review - food, wine, service and ambiance - What a day in the life of a food writer is like - Step-by-step guide for starting a food blog - Sites, books, Twitter users and more resources for aspiring food writers - 2 sample restaurant reviews HERE ARE THE THINGS YOU'LL LEARN - The food writing industry: the many types of publications, blogs and online communities where food writers can ply their trade. - Becoming a successful food writer: the personal qualities and daily routines required to write about food and the places where it is served. Do you have what it takes? - Good writing: discover your voice and the discipline required for vivid, informative writing. - Lifestyle: the daily activities and 24/7 attitude you'll need to succeed. - Reviewing restaurants: the checklist that will ensure your reviews are comprehensive and captivating. Your readers need to know EVERYTHING! - Your portfolio: creating a body of work that shows off your talent and versatility. - Getting assignments: the techniques and tools you need to impress editors and get work. - Social media: using a wide range of social media to track trends and build your own following. - Starting a food blog: establishing your online presence as a food writer. Want to know the best time of the week to post for maximum readership? Read the book to find out!
Publisher: [United States] : Hyperink : Made available through hoopla, 2011.
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource