Thursday, May 9, 2013

How To Blog Your Way To A Book Deal

"How to Blog Your Way to a Book Deal"
Thursday, May 16
5:00 p.m. (PT)

Free Webinar for RWA Members Only


Presented by Scriptscene RWA
(A live 60-minute Tele-conference session)

Learn how to write, publish, and promote a book on the Internet using blog technology. Blogging a book is the easiest and quickest way to write a book and promote it at the same time. If you can write, you can blog. That means you can blog your way to creating a successful book—one that attracts readers and publishers. You can produce a manuscript, and promote and publish your work one post at a time in cyberspace. This class will also touch on how to book a blog (repurpose existing blog content in to a book).

Session takeaways:
--Why all aspiring authors should blog
--What to blog about
--10 reasons to blog a book
--The pros and cons of blogging vs. blogging a book
--6 things you need to do before you blog a book;
--and much more!

 Nina Amir is the author of the bestselling How to Blog a Book: How to Write, Publish and Promote Your Work One Post at a Time (Writer's Digest Books, May 2012) and the forthcoming The Author Training Manual (Writer's Digest Books, Spring 2014), Amir has 35 years of experience in the publishing field; she also is the founder of Write Nonfiction in November, a yearly writing challenge accompanied by a blog.

Amir holds a BA in magazine journalism from Syracuse University with a concentration in psychology. Amir has edited or written for more than 46 local, national and international publications on a full-time or freelance basis producing hundreds of articles. Her essays have been published in five anthologies, and she has self-published 10 short books, including the popular workbook How to Evaluate Your Book for Success.

Register at: http://www.Scriptscene.org/fasttrack-classes/

--Webinar Open to RWA Members Only--

There are only 96 spaces available, so sign up soon!

3 comments:

For the Love of YA said...

Thanks for this post! I've been blogging for a few years but only recently have I gotten serious about that next level.

-Risha
http://fortheloveofya.blogspot.com
@fortheloveofya

Clive West said...

I have gone through many blogs that have the quality to transform them into a book. Some of them delivers very down to earth and practical knowledge about life and some on spirituality. But Yes as you said blogging can also prove a good medium to raise your readers community and an easy way to reach to a particular class of readers even if you don't want to spend on publishing procedure.
Great post! Look forward some more post like this one.

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justine rehan said...

This class will also touch on how to book bingo online a blog (repurpose existing blog content in to a book).