To say I watch a lot of food shows is a gigantic understatement.
I grew up watching Emeril Lagasse, have watched every season of Top Chef since it premiered my senior year in High school, and even tried out for MasterChef during grad school.
But my ability to get sucked into a delicious meal being made isn’t the focus today.
In fact, this blog post has very little to do with cooking.
Over the last 10+ years of watching cooking shows, I’ve learned almost as much about writing, as I have about cooking. Today, I’m going to highlight three of those times.
…I wouldn’t recommend it, but you can!
Earlier this month it was announced that marketer Jason Sperling will be publishing his book, Look At Me When I’m Talking To You, on Instagram by posting one page, one day at a time, starting June 25th.
And it got me thinking about all the places people have started books or published books that involved social media or had irregular origins.
Here are five projects that were started or published in unusual and uncommon places.