Hello! My name is Hollie. Cooking and eBooks are two of my most favorite things!
I started eBookFoodie in December 2018 as a hobby, to quiet a nagging voice inside my head to be creative again and to be more productive. It went live in January 2019! I’ve always been hesitant to post about myself or my life, but when it comes to recipes and books, I find that I enjoy it!
I spend a lot of time reading, cooking, and gardening. For many years I designed eBooks for an online eBook company, however, the business changed. I haven’t designed one in quite some time and I really miss it! I am still relatively new to blogging, so bear with me, as I have a lot to learn! I am hoping this blog will become a place where people like me can go to get and share ideas about cooking, food novels, cookbooks, and more. Perhaps someday I can have other food bloggers visit and upload recipes that I can eventually turn into eBook cookbooks for them! I hope to find out from you if that’s something you would be interested in. I’m finding out all of the hidden costs of food blogging, I know how expensive eBook designers can potentially be, and I know how much work is involved in creating one. If I do offer the service, I do know that they would be simple, not full of complex image placement.
I started my career many years ago as a Biomedical Photographer, documenting all kinds of surgeries, wounds, procedures, devices, specimens, and preparing images for presentations. All the photographs you see are produced by me. I’m using only an iPhone currently, but hopefully, I’ll be able to upgrade my digital camera soon. I have so many Nikon lenses that will be perfect for photographing the recipes I create! The eBookFoodie logo and book reading character were created by a very talented 16-year-old high school student named Liz Cox!
Check back soon for recipes, gardening tips, links to my favorite online recipe sources, reviews of my favorite food novels, and more, as I build this site. I have so many recipes to share, from quick easy weeknight recipes, fridge and freezer finds, to weekend favorites, like our family secret spinach and meatballs, I’ve scoured the web and haven’t found anything like it! I’m safe to share it with you because I don’t follow the secret family recipe, or else I’d be in trouble, or even disowned!
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