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A Blogged Book Has to Be Greater than the Sum of Its Posts

DL: The following article was posted on Nina Amir’s blog howtoblogabook.com as part of my virtual book tour for the Memoir Network Writing Series. I am now working on books three and four of the series.

If you have a blog and would be willing to host me, I would love to make a stop at your site.

What a blogged book needs

What could be an easier process to write a new book than to go to my Memoir Writers’ Blog, pullout some articles on the same topic, and put them together? After all, I had read How To Blog A Book by Nina Amir, a helpful book that inspired and guided me in the composition of my latest book in the Memoir Network Writing Series, How To Start To Write Your Memoir.

Getting Off to a Good Start

The Memoir Writer’s Blog had many informative posts about how to start the process of writing a memoir. I found, too, that I had many…

 

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