Are you a master in the kitchen ready to share your amazing recipes with the world in a big way?
Have you created a successful cooking or recipe blog, written a cookbook, or developed recipes that people come back to again and again?
Are you the author of a cookbook looking for a publishing deal?
If so, you may be in the right place.
We are a full-service independent publisher with a track record of success publishing nonfiction books including cookbooks.
TCK Publishing is a full-service independent publisher, and we love publishing cookbooks and other nonfiction books.
We can publish your work in eBook, paperback, and audiobook formats. We are a no-fee book publishing company. That means we do not charge any fees for submissions or publishing, and we pay our authors 50% royalties on net, which is three to six times more than what most other book publishers pay.
Publishing a cookbook can be very challenging, because it takes a lot of work to find create a truly great cookbook that readers love. But if you have a truly unique and valuable cookbook to share with the world, we can edit, design, layout, publish, distribute, and promote your cookbook to readers all over the world.
You can learn more about the publishing services we provide on our FAQ page.
Submission Guidelines for Cookbooks
We are currently accepting submissions for cookbooks.
You can read our full submission guidelines here.
If you’re ready to get started, you can submit your manuscript at the bottom of this page.
We review all submissions within 14-21 days, and we will promptly send you a response by email letting you know where you stand with your submission.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
You can see our Book Publishing FAQ to learn more about publishing your book with TCK Publishing.
Submit Your Cookbook Manuscript for Publishing Consideration
Fill out the Contact form below or send us an email to [email protected] to get in touch with us about getting your book published.
How do you get a cookbook published?
Publishing a cookbook isn’t that different from publishing any other type of book—you need to start with one main theme or big idea that ties it all together, research your target audience, develop a marketing plan, etc.
However, most experts advise against self-publishing when it comes to cookbooks, as the expenses involved in the production of these books are higher than most others. (A large part of this is due to the inclusion of high-quality photos, which makes the book more expensive to print.)
To secure a publishing deal, it definitely helps to network with other cookbook writers, as their experiences can offer invaluable insights. You should also focus on growing your social media presence, as most of the highly successful cookbook authors already had a pretty strong following before their books hit the shelves.
How to Write a Cookbook
If you’re still working on writing your book, you might like our detailed free training on how to write a nonfiction book.