Build the relationship between your book and your blog

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Marisa Goudy
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Build the relationship between your book and your blog

Unread post by Marisa Goudy » Wed Jul 08, 2015 1:56 pm

You only have so much creative fire, bandwidth to craft intelligent sentences, and hours in the day... so what do you do when you have dreams of being a published writer and know you must build a platform through blogging? And what if you've created a place for yourself online and now hear your blog readers asking "when is the book coming out?"

Enter this advice from Nina Amir,
5 Ways to Turn Your Blog Into a Book-Writing Machine

In this post from WritersDigest.com, Amir offers advice on how to blog a book or book a blog (ever thought of it like that before?) She makes it sound so doable! "I know someone who produced 18 short (4,000-to-20,000-word) Kindle e-books in 18 weeks. Most of those were booked blogs. She plans to combine them into a full-length book."


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Re: Build the relationship between your book and your blog

Unread post by Lany Sullivan » Fri Jul 10, 2015 9:30 pm

Ok, I am so saving this to dive into and apply. I have an itch to write a book sometimes, but my bandwidth is just not there! This is going to be a great resource! Yay!


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