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Seraph









  


Post  Sun, Apr 29 2012, 6:23 am
I think I've finalized it. I'm making an e-book, a cookbook. A special diet friendly frugal cookbook, and will be divided by types of dish, with markings in the index next to each recipe title which special diets it caters to. Special diets included: gluten free, dairy free, egg free, corn free, vegetarian, vegan, refined sugar free, grain free, tee nut free, peanut free, paleo/primal, sugar free, nightshade free, fish free. All recipes are soy free, processed food free, shell fish free, kosher, and frugal, and most recipes will have alternatives to make it not allergy free if you don't need it.
It would have around 200 recipes...

Would you buy such an e-book? How much should I charge for such a thing?
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chocolate moose









  


Post  Sun, Apr 29 2012, 5:47 pm
I think it sounds very nice !
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MaBelleVie









  


Post  Sun, Apr 29 2012, 5:52 pm
I don't buy cookbooks because almost everything is available online for free. But it's a nice idea, for people who do!
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bluebird









  


Post  Sun, Apr 29 2012, 5:52 pm
I think this is great!

Why not look around on Amazon for cookbooks on Kindle to get a feel for pricing? I'd be willing to pay 15-20 dollars for an ebook, maybe up to 25 depending on content and how good the reviews are.
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September June









  


Post  Sun, Apr 29 2012, 6:01 pm
Most e-books are under 9.99 so I wouldn't sell it for more than that, especially if you want it to appeal to frugal folks.

I don't have dietary restrictions so I wouldn't buy it.
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Happy 2B









  


Post  Sun, Apr 29 2012, 6:49 pm
I don't buy e cookbooks only print ones. If it was in print I'd buy it Smile
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willow









  


Post  Mon, Apr 30 2012, 11:44 am
MaBelleVie wrote:
I don't buy cookbooks because almost everything is available online for free. But it's a nice idea, for people who do!

I am the same
There are thousands upon thousands of recipes site. Plus I always know I can ask a friend or my mom
for something true and yum
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de_goldy









  


Post  Mon, Apr 30 2012, 1:48 pm
I don't buy cookbooks, but I do know that professional food photography (which is a must for any cookbook) is extremely expensive. Also I wonder if making one cookbook to deal with so many allergies/sensitivities means that none of the sections will really have enough recipes...
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TranquilityAndPeace









  


Post  Mon, Apr 30 2012, 2:24 pm
Seraph,

Would you consider creating a new blog featuring these recipes, and earning money via Adsense around the recipes and photos? You could also link to merchants who sell related products via your affiliate link: special gluten-free ingredients, measuring spoons, non-stick pans, etc...

It's impossible to predict which method would bring you more money; however this way would probably be simpler than constantly marketing your ebook.[sub]
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1Life2Live









  


Post  Mon, Apr 30 2012, 2:34 pm
I agree with above post about a blog. E-books I've seen are about $4.99 and don't have more than 20 recipes. You can put out an e-book for each diet to try and make more $$.
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