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Blogging a Book Can Make You an Authorpreneur and a Blogpreneur
Nina Amir -- Nonfiction Book Coach Nina Amir -- Nonfiction Book Coach
Los Gatos, CA
Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Nina Amir, Inspiration to Creation Coach

Nina Amir explains how to create a successful book and business by blogging a book

Have you always wanted to write a book? Do you have a great book idea but just cannot seem to find the time to write it and get it published? Nina Amir, author of How to Blog a Book and The Author Training Manual, has some excellent advice on how nearly anyone can write the book they have in their mind. She does it in a unique way that allows you to work smarter, not harder and build a business around that book. 

You can become an authorpreneur by blogging a book and a blogpreneuer. 

Q. What does it mean to "blog a book"?

Nina: To blog a book means to write your book a piece at a time and publish it online via a blog. This is a good method for authors who complain they don't have the time to build a platform. Your blog will be your author platform. It also helps you produce a better book because you know you have people waiting on the next blog/chapter. 

Q. What is an authorpreneur?

Nina: An "authorpreneur" is a term coined from the combination of the words author and entrepreneur. An entrepreneur is a person who organizes and operates a business or businesses, so an authorprenuer is a person who creates a business around authoring books. Most authorprenuers are multi-title authors who begin planning their next book while still working on their current book. They are always thinking ahead and into the future and figuring out how to create products and services that dovetail with their books.

Q. Can any book be blogged?

Nina: While technically any book can be blogged, the process works best with nonfiction books. It is especially helpful with how-to style books or books that teach something. To determine if your book idea might work as a blogged book, mind map the content, or create a content plan and table of contents, and then see if you can break it down into blog-post-sized bits (250-500 words).

Q. Do I have to blog my entire book?

Nina: No. In fact, it's a good idea not to. The actual completed book needs to have a hook for readers and publishers. You want to give people a reason to actually get the book if they read the blogged version.

Q. Why dose blogging a book help you sell books and create a business around it?

When you blog a book, you create a platform—you promote your book and yourself. This makes you more likely to create a successful book because you have a built-in readership for it. You also can build your author's platform by gaining interest in the book by simply blogging. 

When the completed book is ready for sale, you have a greater chance of selling more copies because your platform gives you someone to sell to. You will be considered an expert in your field as well. By blogging your book, you have set the stage to building your authorprenuer place in the world. 

Additionally, your blog is a website and a great place to build a business. You can offer coaching, consulting, teleseminars, webinars, courses, and membership sites from your blog. That's how you become a blogpreneur as well as an authorpreneur. 

Plus, you can continue blogging more books. This is how to become an authorpreneur and a blogpreneur by blogging a book.

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Nina Amir, author of How to Blog a Book and The Author Training Manual, is known as the Inspiration to Creation Coach. She moves clients from ideas to finished books to careers as authors. She teaches methods to combine passion and purpose to create products that positively and meaningfully impact the world.

A sought-after speaker as well as an author, book, blog-to-book, and results coach, some of Nina’s clients have sold 300,000+ copies of their books, landed deals with major publishing houses and created thriving businesses around their books. She writes four blogs, self-published 12 books and founded National Nonfiction Writing Month.

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Dateline: Placitas, NM United States
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