Review: 62 Blog Posts to overcome Blogger’s Block by Marcie L. Hill

 Series: Standalone, with workbook

Genre: Nonfiction

Rating: 1/5 stars

Cover: I have flashbacks of my school days and presentations

Goodreads: add

Trigger warnings: none

Description: Kick Blogger’s Block in the Face!!

Have you ever been sitting at your computer ready to create written, audio, video, or other multimedia content for your blog, website or other online project and your mind went completely blank?

Can your blog posts use a little more “oomph”?

Do you want more engagement and return visits from your readers through the content you create on your site?

If you answered “yes” to any of the questions above, then this book is for you.

“62 Blog Posts to Overcome Blogger’s Block” provides tips, tools, and strategies on how to create blog posts, which will help keep your audience returning. In addition, it will boost your creativity; improve your writing and technology skills; and increase your engagement with your readers.

Not a blogger? That’s okay. This book is for anyone who produces content for online or print properties. Check out the preview and order your copy today!

Review: I just came out of blog vacation, which I took because of blogger’s block and some real life things. So obviously I thought ‘this is the book for me!’.

After reading it I know it’s not the book for me. It really isn’t about getting out of blogger’s block. It’s more a these-are-the-ways-you-can-blog-book. And not even a good one. There’s just a little pro section and a short what you need to keep in mind section. Then a real blog picture as an example, not done by the author but by real bloggers.

Let’s get real. Everything you need to know about blogging you can find on the internet. People blog about blogging. I learned how to blog using blogging 101s.

It didn’t help me get out of blogger’s block. Apparently there is a workbook you can get as well, probably you’ll write a blog post for each blogging idea. I don’t know. I don’t want to find out.

I’m very disappointed, because I really hoped for something different.

Disclaimer: I got it for free through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.

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