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How to Blog a Book by Nina Amir

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CHAPTER 2:WHY BLOG A BOOK?

Before I discuss the real “business” of blogging a book—or deciding if you actually have a book to blog, let’s take a closer look at the advantages of blogging a book rather than simply writing a book the old-fashioned way. In the introduction, I told you why I blogged a book. Why should you do the same?

If you write a book the traditional way, you have two options: You can self-publish it in some form (this may mean blogging it, producing a print-on-demand (POD) version, printing self-published copies in volume to distribute and sell, or producing an e-book). Or you can get it published traditionally, which involves writing a book proposal and finding an agent to approach a midsized or large publishing house for you ...

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