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How often have you found yourself saying ‘I wish I knew how to cook everything vegetarian?’: Delicious Vegetarian Recipes

How often have you found yourself saying ‘I wish I knew how to cook everything vegetarian?’: Delicious Vegetarian Recipes

How often have you written the title of your book differently on the cover than on Amazon, and lost interest before you got to the closing punctuation?

Comments

    1. I think “How to Cook and “Rachel Herman might be the same font, but it wouldn’t be very vegetarian of me to say that.

      1. I think you’re right. They have the same “H” at least plus the distressed effect. Oh well, only 6 then. It’s almost disappointing.

  1. On going to the book Amazon page, I gleaned three titles.
    from book cover:
    ‘‘I wish I knew how to cook everything vegetarian
    from Amazon book page:
    Delicious Vegetarian Recipes (blurb intro: How often have you found yourself saying ‘I wish I knew how to cook everything vegetarian?’)
    from Look inside at the title page:
    Vegetarian Cookbook: Delicious Vegetarian Recipes

    I often find myself asking ‘Is this an effective presentation of a book to the public?’ It is a lucky thing that Amazon Search does close matches on various words insensitive to order, case, and punctuation.

    (At LBC, there have been worse disconnects between cover/Amazon page/Look inside titles for a book. It is a problem with indie small press and self-publishing.)

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