Blogger to Author Podcast

You’ve been thinking about writing a book for a while, but something’s holding you back from getting it published. Maybe you just can’t seem to get motivated. Maybe you have no idea what to do or where to start. Maybe you’re just too intimidated by the idea of writing a book, so much that becoming an author seems impossible.   The Blogger to Author Podcast helps content creators get inspired and motivated to write and publish their books. You’ll find help at all stages of the writing process, including planning, writing, editing, marketing, and publishing. You’ll hear stories of other bloggers or entrepreneurs who are using their books to grow their businesses. And, you’ll learn just how simple it can be to become an author.   You can subscribe to the Blogger to Author Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn, or your favorite podcast app.

  

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