Honestly. In the last few weeks, I have rarely spent more than a few minutes in the kitchen. A quick soup here, a delicious casserole there – even in the life of a food blogger, there are such times.
When the hunger for soulfood was too big, it was pasta. 15-minute Garlic Pasta , to be exact. Creamy, spicy and ready in 15 minutes – you’ll love this soul food.
On top of that, today I’ll tell you tips for writing an eBook. So, go ahead!
There are supposed to be students who spend their time between Bachelor and Master doing sweet idleness. I definitely do not belong.
Two months free and a lot of time for a new project? Chakka, finally I can tackle my Overnight Oats eBook !
Maybe you ask yourself: How do you actually write an eBook ?!
The answer is quite simple and as so often in life – Just do it!
Grab a piece of paper and pencil or a writing program and bring a rough frame on paper.
Questions to Ask
- What do you know what others care about?
- What is your eBook about?
- What is the scope of the eBook?
- Only text, text and images or focus on the images?
- How much time do you want to give yourself for the project?
You have a bombastic idea and the time and motivation necessary to put your eBook into action? Great, then it really starts!
My tip for the beginning
Write, write, write. Put all your ideas on paper and make a plan. The more you know what you want, the better. I spent the first weeks with recipe development, brainstorming and finding a suitable program.
The technical stuff
No matter what program you choose to create the eBook, you’ll have to fumble. For a simple eBook, you can even use Word or OpenOffice. PowerPoint is also used.
I created my eBook with inDesign and was totally flattened out of the 1000 possibilities. But honestly: the program is worth gold! If you want to invest in your eBook and get a great design, I recommend you to inDesign.
Most importantly, a high-quality eBook does not make itself known overnight. You will always be faced with problems. But it’s worth it! And if nothing works, cheer up on a portion of pasta with garlic .
The 15-minute garlic pasta is:
- Wonderfully creamy.
- Packed with Parmesan.
- Finished in 15 minutes.
- The perfect celebration dinner.
- A must for all garlic fans.
You tried this recipe? Then let me know! Comment, rate and do not forget to tag your photo on Instagram with #kochkarussell . Thank you, dear ones!
Creamy, spicy and ready in 15 minutes – you’ll love the 15-minute garlic pasta.
15-minute Garlic Pasta
Portions : 2
Calories per serving : 969 kcal
small handful of parsley
- Salt and pepper
Pasta cook according to the packing instructions al dente.
In the meantime, finely chop the garlic cloves. Melt the butter in a pan and fry the garlic cloves for one minute over medium heat. Add flour and simmer for another minute while stirring.
Add the milk and vegetable broth, stir well and simmer until the sauce thickens. Add parmesan and fresh parsley. Season with salt and pepper.
Mix the finished pasta with the sauce and serve hot.
After so much talk about the eBook, you’re probably curious How the good part looks like now. All info about the Overnight Oats eBook can be found here , for example, see a video with a look at the book at Facebook .
You have questions about writing an eBook? Then she likes to leave me in the comments. I help where I can!
Who wants a large portion of 15-minute garlic pasta?