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Meet Nina Amir, Author of How to Blog a Book

Blogging is an essential part of today's world. It's a valuable tool for aspiring writers who want to attract the attention of agents & editors as well as authors whose goal is to promote and drive sales for their book. No matter if you are new to the world of blogging, are an experienced blogger looking for ways to make money from your blog, or want to know how to turn your blog into a book--this free webinar with Nina Amir can answer many of your questions and give you the motivation you need to get started!

When you read How to Blog a Book by Nina Amir you'll learn the fastest way to blogging a book, how successful authors have turned their blog into a book and how to:

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About the Author

Nina Amir is a nonfiction editor, consultant, and writing, book, blogging, and author coach with more than 33 years of experience in the publishing field. She currently resides in California and motivates writers of all types to create publishable and published products and careers as authors as well as to achieve their goals, fulfill their purpose and live inspired lives.

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