How to Blog A Book

How to Blog A Book

Write, Publish, and Promote your Work One Post at A Time

Book - 2015
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Transform Your Blog into a Book! The world of blogging changes rapidly, but it remains one of the most efficient ways to share your work with an eager audience. In fact, you can purposefully hone your blog contentinto a uniquely positioned book—one that agents and publishers will want to acquire or that you can self-publish successfully. "How to Blog a Book Revised and Expanded Edition" is a completely updated guide to writing and publishing a saleable book based on a blog. Expert author and blogger Nina Amir guides you through the process of developing targeted blog content that increases your chances of attracting a publisher and maximizing your visibility and authority as an author.
Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio : Writer's Digest Books, [2015]
Edition: Revised & expanded edition
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9781599638904
1599638908
Branch Call Number: 006.752 Am
Characteristics: 231 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Friedlander, Joel

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GKL10101
Oct 01, 2018

Pretty standard offering from the Writer's Digest stable: Most of the "advice" is either mind-bogglingly obvious and general, or not particularly feasible. (Spoiler alert: your writing career will be a lot easier if you start out famous.) There are a couple of details I'll be looking into to see if they're useful to my situation, but I'm not expecting much. The Writer's Digest brand is predicated on the notion that you're always on the verge of discovering the secret to success as a writer, when there isn't one in the discrete and applicable way you could use.

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dpwilkens
May 02, 2018

Superficial. What the author really means is "how to blog a how-to or self-help book (about blogging your book). Another reviewer pointed out that writing for a blog or website is completely different from writing for a book, and this is no exception. The author asks if we think of ourselves as a writer or a blogger, and then says that the aspiring writer should think of themselves as a entrepreneur first. Maybe she should have focused a little less on selling this book and a little more on refining her content.

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