If you plan to blog a book, one thing is for sure: a post is different than a chapter. What are the differences? That’s what writer and journalist Jane Meggitt (@meggitt_jane) discusses in this information-packed post. Read on to discover the difference between the two. Even if you have lots of blogging experience under your […]
How Writers and Bloggers can Avoid the Research Black Hole
Reasearch is a necessary part of creating a nonfiction—or fiction—book, but this task can get in the way of actually writing the manuscript. Its also a necessity for blogging, whether your posts consist of blogged bits of your book or stand-alone pieces. Today, writer and journalist Jane Meggitt (@meggitt_jane) offers several tips to help you […]
Should You Blog Your Finished Manuscript?
Many writers who discover the benefits of blogging a book after they finish writing their manuscript are tempted to put this process to use at that late date. They wonder if it will have the same positive affect and if if it’s a good idea. After doing this myself, I don’t highly recommend it. Plus, […]
6 Tips for Creating a Blogged Book Manuscript
I have to admit that when I began writing my blogged book and creating a manuscript I kinda winged it. I had my ideas about how it should be done, and I followed them. I wrote about them as I did so. However, I didn’t have a model to follow. No one was writing or […]
Who can Blog? Who can Blog a Book?
Anyone can blog or become a blogger. No one and nothing stops you from opening a free (Yes, free.) account with a site like WordPress.com or Blogger.com a beginning to blog. For the purposes of this blogged book, here’s the more important question: Who can blog a book? Not just anyone. To blog a whole […]