How to Blog a Book: Write, publish, and promote your work one post at a time

Is blogging a book something to consider seriously? Amir’s book suggests it is. And didn’t Ree Drummond’s The Pioneer Woman: Black Heels to Tractor Wheels—a love story find an audience? Isn’t much of the wisdom of Seth Godin to be found in Whatcha Gonna Do With That Duck? And Other Provocations, 2006-2012?

Amir’s book covers everything from the basics to a business plan. She covers how to drive traffic and reveals blogged book successes that include Martha Anderson’s The Plot Whisperer.

What are the benefits? Amir says one benefit is that you publish as you write. What are the rest? You’ll have to buy the book!

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