Time to Write Now By Julaina Kleist-Corwin

About Writing Plus

Blogging a Book

Most writers know that we have to build a platform since publishers expect us to promote our books these days. One suggestion is to write parts of your book or all of it in a series of blogs to create interest in you. On the back of Nina Amir’s book, HOW TO BLOG A BOOK, it reads “the first-ever guide to writing and publishing a saleable non-fiction book based on blog content.”  She guides us “through the process of developing targeted blog content that will increase your chances of publication and maximize you visibility as an author.”

Chapter 9 is “How to Repurpose Your Blog Posts for Profit and Promotion”

I like the idea of transforming my blog posts into a book. I started with blogspot.com but since I’m with WordPress now,  I’d like to put those years of bloggling into use again, instead of letting them sit out there.

If putting your blogs into book form is what you’d like to do now or think you might in the future, check out Nina’s book, published by Writers Digest.

Town Center Books in Pleasanton

My favorite bookstore in Triv-Valley is offering a flash fiction contest due February 15th and will be on display during their 19/15th anniversary on February 16th from 4 to 6 p.m. 300 word limit.


Celebrations at lunch

Celebrations at lunch

Celebrating birthdays with friends for lunch at the Hilton and promoting Jennifer King’s anthology, IMMERSION where my story, “Immersed in Finding Him”, was published.



Shared my story, “Immersed in Finding Him” with my friends where the red tulips competed for attention.

Funny Flash Film


Be sure to watch to the credits. It’s only about 3 minutes.