How to make your blog a book, 4 easy ways – by Janice Wald…

on Mostly Blogging:

Are you ready to discover how to go from blog to book?

Do you have a blog? If the answer is yes, there’s a good chance you also have a book or at least the beginning of a book somewhere in there. Don’t let that go to waste.

Being an author is one of the best day jobs for writers. Have you ever considered becoming an author?

This guide shares how you can easily go from blog to book.

You already have a few things going for you. First of all, you have a library of content you can work with, a general direction for your book, an audience interested in what you have to say, and a marketing platform that will keep growing as your blog attracts more readers.

But going from blog to book is not as easy as it may seem. It takes more than simply putting a bunch of blog posts together – at least if your goal is to write a book that meets the publishing industry’s standards.

There are some things you’ll need to know. This is what this article is all about: how to go from blog to book.

Continue reading HERE

NOTE:

If you intend to use Amazon

Please read the following first:

DO NOT OPT FOR KDP SELECT

13 thoughts on “How to make your blog a book, 4 easy ways – by Janice Wald…

  1. Hi Chris,
    I’m happy you found my article valuable enough to share with your readers. The post seems to be generating quite a bit of interest which I’m happy to see. Thanks for sharing. I appreciate your thoughtfulness.
    Janice

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  2. Yes, the most important thing is to take content off your blog if you’re publishing it with Kindle Select! I hope I’ve caught all the appearances of my flash fictions, including the flash back repeats… better check!

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  3. I’ve always said going from blog to book was a good idea, but I haven’t thought of doing it myself. Might be time to it. Love the listing idea. It might just be time for me to do that. Thanks.

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