How to Blog a Book {Book Review}

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I was not compensated for writing this post. I received a review copy of How to Blog a Book. My opinions are 100% honest and 100% mine.

How to Blog a Book

How to Blog a Book (Revised & Expanded Edition) by Nina Amir, 240 pages
Release date: June 25, 2015

Book Description:

Transform Your Blog into a Book!

The world of blogging is rapidly changing, but it remains one of the most efficient ways to write and share your work with an eager audience. But how do you purposefully hone your blog content into a uniquely positioned book that will be noticed by an agent or a publisher?

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 will increase your chances of publication and maximize your visibility as an author.

In this revised edition you’ll find:

• The latest information on how to set up, maintain, and optimize a blog
• Steps for writing a book easily from scratch using blog posts
• Advice on how to write blog posts
• Tips on gaining visibility and promoting your work both online and off
• Current tools for driving traffic to your blog
• Extensive information on how to monetize your existing blog content into a book or other products
• Profiles with authors who received blog-to-book deals, including four new “from blog to book” success stories

My review of How to Blog a Book

This book is genius. It provides a whole new concept to blogging. After all, bloggers write because they love to write, right? So it only makes sense that some bloggers might want to write a book (I know I do). But how?

I don’t mean simply “how to write a book,” mind you. I mean how do I go about writing a book…what method do I use to create the content, other than just sitting down and writing? It’s not exactly easy to come up with an original idea — and it’s not as easy as one might think to just sit at your computer and start writing. If you’re blogging — writing — then it just makes sense to transform that content into a book. It seems so obvious, yet it literally never occurred to me to do so.

How to Blog a Book is like a blueprint for blogging your way to a book, as well as the keys to successful blogging/writing. It’s important to promote your blog and have visibility. After all, blogging without an audience is not really going to get you very far. Bloggers are always looking to increase traffic — and Nina Amir helps you figure that out.

I can’t recommend How to Blog a Book enough. Even if you don’t want to write a book, this book can help you. If you do want to write a book, this book is invaluable. For writers, How to Blog a Book will be a resource you (and I) refer to regularly. Add this to your library — you’ll be grateful for Nina’s guidance.

About the author of How to Blog a Book

How to Blog a Book | Nina Amir

Nina Amir, the bestselling author of How to Blog a Book and The Author Training Manual, is a speaker, a blogger, and an author, book, and blog-to-book coach. Known as the Inspiration to Creation Coach, she helps creative people combine their passion and purpose so they move from idea to inspired action and positively and meaningfully impact the world as writers, bloggers, authorpreneurs, and blogpreneurs.

Some of Nina’s clients have sold 300,000+ copies of their books, landed deals with major publishing houses and created thriving businesses around their books. She is the founder of National Nonfiction Writing Month, aka the Write Nonfiction in November Challenge, and the Nonfiction Writers’ University. As a hybrid author she has published 15 books and had as many as four books on the Amazon Top 100 list at the same time.

Buy the book:  Amazon  ~   Barnes & Noble

How to Blog a Book

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