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5 Books Every Blogger Should Read

Do you want to add more books to your spring/summer reading list? As book bloggers we need to be in consistently reading books. Reading plays a major role in life of bloggers and not just book bloggers. Reading helps improve your writing, provides inspiration, can help educate you on various aspects of social media. I have created a list of 5 Books that every blogger must read, whether you blog about books, food, lifestyle, travel etc. These books will help you grow and maintain focus on your journey.

Show Your Work by Austin Kleon

This book concentrates on the on creative aspect of blogging and your virtual/online life.

The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks

This book breaks down the most fearful thing in one’s life, the fear itself, and takes you to the next level.

Blog Inc by Joy Deangdeelert Cho

It breaks dow blogging into chapters and covers from scratch to fully implemented blog as well as monetizing your blog.

The Art of Social Media by Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick

This book is all about branding, and is co-written by one of the guys at Apple. Social Media is a tough aspect of a blogger’s life but to take control of it and use for your own use and not get baffled by its immense space, is what every blogger should do. This book is a great reference.

Radical Self Love by Gala Darling

Don’t compare yourself with others since every one is unique and will have their own way. This book is a morale booster and can help with blogging.


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