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How to Blog a Book by Nina Amir

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CHAPTER 6:WRITING YOUR BLOGGED BOOK

Okay! Let’s start writing that blogged book!

Writing a blogged book is a bit different from writing a manuscript for a printed book because blogging lends itself to informality, brevity, and immediacy. When blogging, you can write, in short bits and pieces as if composing an e-mail to a friend. You don’t ponder over your writing for days and weeks; you write, edit, and publish. The whole process is quick, and the whole book manuscript comes together quickly.

Blogs began as live journals, and many people considered them streams of consciousness—simply unedited thoughts thrown together and published. I’m not suggesting you go to that extreme with your book. You want to carefully choose your words and edit your ...

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