Have you finished blogging a book? If so, there are lots of programs available these days that can turn your blog into a book. Many of them, however, produce a book that looks exactly like your blog. In other words, each page looks like a blog post.
Personally, that’s not what I want my physical book to look like. I want it to look like a book not a blog.
If you haven’t produced a manuscript in some other form other than on your blog–by which I mean in Microsoft Word or some other word processing program–then you have two choices. You need to either start copying and pasting those posts into a word processing program or you need to find a program that will turn your blogged book into something that looks like a real book.
Check out Fastpencil.com. This program claims to do just that–turn a blog into a book that looks like a book. Plus, it’s not overly expensive for a service that produces a print on demand book and ebooks in a variety of formats at the same time. You also could choose to compose your manuscript in the program and copy and paste into your blog. I haven’t tried doing this, though, so I don’t know if this would create any html errors. If it doesn’t you could easily use this reverse process and then produce your book and ebook with Fastpencil.com.
That said, if you have created a manuscript as you write your blogged book, you can choose any number of printing options.