Imagefingerprint’s New Book – Based on True Events

Hello! It has been a while since my last blog. I hope everyone is doing well. 

My absence is for good reasons. For some time now, I have been working on writing and publishing my first book, finally, it is here. The book is entitled, Seven Short Tales (Based on True Events) and My Favorite Food Photos. It is available in all formats—e-book, paperback, and hardcover—and can be purchased on Amazon. 

Just click the link to purchase a copy

While I specialize in stock photos, which allows me to take all sorts of photos, I do tend to focus on food photography, and the book centers around this theme. In the book-world genre, the book falls under non-fiction. 

The summary of the book states, “In this book, I share short stories or tales of true events surrounding my experience with cooking and food. Some of the stories are funny, and some are a bit more serious. From almost setting the kitchen on fire when I was learning to cook on the one hand to going on my first hunger strike on the other when I felt strongly enough about an issue. Never give up when you are trying to learn something new, especially if you love it. Had I given up, I would not have learned to create special and tasty meals. I also love photography, and I share some of my favorite food shots with you as  well.”

“Anyone can succeed at whatever they want to do. Just find the motivation and keep trying.” The book seeks to encourage you, to never give up. 

I love photography and cooking, and this book allowed me to work in both worlds.

The video clip below shows a guide to the book on Amazon. 

Thank you for stopping by, and I am glad to share my good news with you. Do consider purchasing my book, and should you do so, please leave a comment on Amazon. I would really appreciate it. 

Next Book

Also, stay tuned for my next book which will be out soon. All I can say is that it is not a book about food but the stories are true and will be as interesting as the stories in my first book.

See you in my next blog. 

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