Guess I Had Alot to Say :)

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I went through and compiled all the blog posts that I think might make up a good blog-to-book publication.

650 pages and 155,000 words later, it became clear to me that I guess I had alot to say in my 11 years of blogging ๐Ÿ™‚

Looks like I’ll draft up a book just for me – a chronicle of the blogging years that I can read through at my heart’s content.

Then I’ll draft up a book that others might enjoy. Something much smaller.

I also hope to revise myย Discovering Hope book since it’s been 5 years since I first published it as a book, and I’ve written a few more things about our Caleb and all his tiny life has meant in this world.

And the Lunchbox LOL Series could use a few tweaks, now that people have given it reviews and shared ways to improve the format of those books. I’d like to get the tweaks done before the next back-to-school season starts.

For now I’ll keep working on wrapping up this blog into a book. It might take a little while, but I’m excited to see it finished.

I’ll let you know how it’s going…


One comment

  1. This sounds like a well-focused plan. I’m happy to hear you talk about more books. I hate the marketing side of authorship too ๐Ÿ˜ฆ It’s a huge time-sucker when I could be writing! Do you use Pinterest to market your books? I definitely wouldn’t suggest Facebook with the new focus they have going forward. Marketing is the number one topic that comes up in my conversations with other authors.


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