Tips for Blogging a Book During 2013 | Coaching Call

Posted January 7th @ 8:47 pm by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Get valuable free ideas and resources for blogging a book by attending Published & Profitable’s free book coaching call.

All Published & Profitable friends and members are invited to learn more about blogging a book– and ask questions about blogging a book–during a free book coaching call.

The call takes place Tuesday, January 8, at 4:00 PM EST.

During the call, I’ll be sharing a new, 7-step, timeline for blogging a book.

Use this call as an opportunity to turn your desire to get published during 2013 into a reality!

Resources and ideas for blogging a book

During the first part of the call, I’ll discuss the major questions to ask yourself before blogging a book. I’ll also continue last month’s discussion of book topics that lend themselves to blogging a book, as well as some recent discoveries.

I’ll be sharing resources and tips for choosing the right structure for your book, a structure that will make your book easier to blog as well as easier to assemble into a finished book.

Ask your questions about blogging a book

During the second half of the call, I’ll be addressing your questions and concerns about writing and publishing in general, and blogging a book in particular.

I’m open to your questions and comments about topics like:

  • Choosing topics and titles for blogging a book
  • Creating a framework for blogging a book
  • Researching competing books
  • Identifying your ideal readers
  • Finding the time to write
  • Marketing your book while writing it
  • Getting help blogging a book
  • Creating an editorial calendar for blogging you book

How to attend this free book coaching call

Attend Published & Profitable free book coaching call, Tuesday, January 8, at 4 PM Eastern. Get a new perspective on blogging a book. Gain ideas for blogging a book and share your writing and publishing experiences, questions, and January writing goals. To attend, simply call 605-475-6150 and enter PIN 513391#.

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