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Become a Food Critic and
Have the Food Lover's Dream Job

Imagine being paid to eat a fabulous meal at one of the world's finest restaurants, and all you have to do in return is give your opinion about it.

Welcome to the delicious world of the food critic. 

In this fab job, you can combine your love of food and writing to earn a living ... or as much as a six figure annual income!

New opportunities for food critics are opening up every day.
If you have a passion for food and a talent for writing, you can become a food critic. No special education or experience is necessary.

In the FabJob Guide to Become a Food Critic , you will discover how to get started and succeed in this exciting career. Whether you want to become a:

  • restaurant reviewer
  • food editor
  • staff food writer 
  • freelance food writer
  • food critic
  • syndicated food columnist
this guide will give you the practical advice you need to get hired.

Author Pamela White is a newspaper food critic. In this guide she shares her own experiences as well as insider tips and expert advice from other successful food writers, editors, and critics on how you can break into a career in professional food writing. Among the topics covered are:

Getting Ready

  • How to become an expert on food (links to the best books, magazines, television shows, Internet sites and events to learn about food)
  • How to develop the food writing skills employers are looking for
  • Getting an education (from online writing courses to culinary schools)
  • Where to find out about writing internships
  • Skills that can give you an advantage over the competition
  • Networking (including associations you can join)
Getting Hired
  • How to get hired to write for:
    • daily newspapers
    • weekly newspapers
    • food magazines (such as Bon Appetit)
    • other magazines (from Family Circle to fitness magazines)
    • regional guidebooks such as Fodor's
    • trade publications
    • radio and TV stations
    • the Internet
  • How to prepare an employment packet
  • How to get your first few food writing samples
  • How to come up with story ideas to get freelance writing assignments
  • How to get your foot in the door and move up to the job you want
Writing Restaurant Reviews 
  • A step-by-step plan for writing your first restaurant review
  • How to take notes without being noticed
  • How to remain anonymous (even when your food writing makes you a celebrity)
  • Dealing with challenges (such as restaurants that want to give you free meals in return for a good review)
That's not all. The guide also includes many useful resources, plus:
  • How to start your own newspaper, newsletter, or e-zine
  • Writing a cookbook
  • Contests and awards
  • Syndicating your writing
  • How to copyright your work
  • You can also receive free updates
You can have all this and more for an incredible special price. Just one meal at a top restaurant might cost you $50 or more. This guide will show you how to get paid to enjoy free meals from many fine restaurants. 

Most FabJob guides sell for up to $29.97 U.S. for an e-book alone. SPECIAL OFFER: If you buy the guide today, Friday, November 21, 2014 you can have this valuable information for the special price of only $14.97. You can earn back much more than the price of the guide from your very first food writing job.

If you believe you deserve to have the career of your dreams, this guide is for you. It gives you information you need to know to get hired as a food critic .

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"FabJob Guide to Become a Food Critic is a concise and fun-to-read guide with great advice on how to get started in food writing."
Taryn Bussewitz Paladiy
Babylon, NY

"The FabJob Guide to Become a Food Critic provides readers with a thorough understanding of what it takes to break into the food writing field. The book is exceptionally well planned and organized, including both internal and external links to excellent sources of information, advice on how to market writing skills you already possess, and tips for improving food knowledge."
Ro Steppe
Port Orange, Florida

"Love food? Love to write? Want to combine both in a creative career? Check out the Guide to Become a Food Critic. This ebook is full of solid information. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced food writer, you will find tons of practical tips. Getting paid to eat is possible; doing it can be learned, and this book is certainly one of the best guides I've ever seen for learning how. Highly Recommended."
Lauren Roberts
Writer and Editorial Judge for Pen Women of America
 
 

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