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How to Blog a Book: Write, Publish, and Promote Your Work One Post at a Time

Posted on October 13, 2013 by Blog Design Journal

How to Blog a Book teaches you how to create a blogged book with a well-honed and uniquely angled subject and targeted posts–and how to build the audience necessary to convince agents and publishers to make your blog into a book.
Inside you’ll find:

  • Basic information on how to set up your blog and the essential plug-ins and other options necessary to get the most out of each post
  • 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
  • Tools for driving traffic to your blog
  • Information on how to monetize an existing blog into a book or other types of products
  • Profiles with authors who received blog-to-book deals

Author Nina Amir explains how writing a book in cyberspace allows you to get your book written easily, while promoting it and building an author’s platform. It’s a fun, effective way to start writing, publishing, and promoting a book, one post at a time.

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3 to “How to Blog a Book: Write, Publish, and Promote Your Work One Post at a Time”

  1. Evolving Knowledge "The Blog Guy" says:

    Best of the ‘How To’ Blog Books THE GOODThe author deserves six stars for an outstanding book. For the past few months I’ve been looking at blogging books and this surpasses everything else published. Doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or an old hand at blogging this book has worthy information. Even if you just want to blog without plans to repurpose your content this is still a blogger’s bible.In addition to great content the writer’s style flows and keeps your attention.THE BADWhat was Writer’s Digest Book thinking using a font size that is smaller than the fine print you’d expect to see in a contract. If a Kindle version was available, I’d say go for that. Otherwise find yourself a good magnifying glass. Hopefully WDB will quickly recognize their mistake and never release another book with tiny type. If the content wasn’t so good I’d chuck the book out the window.

  2. M. Smith says:

    A few good nuggets… There are a few good nuggets in this book but for the most part I was pretty disappointed.If you already have a blog, then don’t waste your money on this book. Find a book that actually gives specific advice on how to drive traffic to your blog, build content or use social networking. Most of the advice in this book was too generic and vague for anyone who has been blogging for more than 5 minutes.There were 2 things that really irritated me about this book (fortunately they didn’t show up until the end)1. For as much as the author talks about her experience with blogging a book the reality is her book success did not come from her blog being discovered. She was already a published author with an agent to tap into. Grant it she does have useful experience on the process of blogging a book, but through out the book she talks (vaguely) about ways to drive traffic to your blog and get discovered when in truth that is not how it was for her.2. She should have chosen better people for her success stories at the end. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed reading success stories from real people whose blogs got discovered and turned into a book, but often her subjects would directly contradict things she said in the book. For example, she spends time harping on the importance of doing market research, but most of her success stories said they didn’t do any market research; they simple wrote about a topic they loved.The book isn’t awful. I was able to glean a few useful nuggets. But as someone who already has a blog, I would have rather spent my money on a book that would give me specifics on how to make my blog more successful/attractive to make a book deal happen.

  3. Dara Lurie says:

    Great hands-on advice for authors and new bloggers For the past 6 weeks, I’ve kept my copy of Nina Amir’s How To Blog A Book within reach of my desk. As an already self-published author, I am finding this book to be a handy guide as I learn how to translate the content and essence of my book into a blog format. How To Blog A Book is a well-written, entertaining and practical guide for beginning and more experienced advanced bloggers. For those of us who lack business and marketing experience, How to Blog A Book gives readers the 101 of Internet marketing concepts including the ‘Ping.” As a self-published author, I also appreciate the easy-to-read visual design of the book.



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