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How to Blog a Book by Nina Amir

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CHAPTER 4:DEVELOPING YOUR BLOGGED BOOK’S BUSINESS PLAN

Now you have to get serious. Really serious.

Anyone who wants to write a book—blogged or otherwise—needs to go through what I call “the book proposal process.” This entails compiling the information necessary for a book proposal. You don’t have to write the proposal, but you do need to go through the steps required to gather the figures, data, details, and particulars required for each part of a proposal, and analyze this information to some extent.

As I write this, I can imagine some of you saying, “I don’t need to write a book proposal.” I know; you plan on simply having your blogged book discovered, and that’s a good plan. Even if an agent or acquisitions editor finds you and your blogged ...

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