Posts Tagged ‘blogging’

by Bryan Allain

I was able to get a hold of a copy of 31 Days to Finding Your Blogging Mojo before its official release, and I am excited that I got a chance to read it!  I would like to start off by saying thank you to Bryan Allain and the Killer Tribes team for allowing me to be a part of your book release.

31 Days to Finding Your Blogging Mojo is amazing.  It is a quick read, but it’s packed with helpful tips, thoughts and information.  The information is not so much about how to tweak your blog so you can get more traffic.  This book is pretty much as the title says.  It helps you hone your writing, your website and your focus to bring out the best in your blog.  This book is truly about finding your blogging mojo.  If you just want more random traffic to your blog, this is probably not the book for you, but if you want to improve your blog and pull in dedicated readers, this should be your next book.

Bryan Allain writes with humor and insight, showing that you can still have fun blogging after 10 years online.  Only having a few days to read the book, I was not able to perform all of the 31 tasks yet, but I look forward to implementing the ideas Bryan shared.  I believe it will help me to refine my writing, find my reader base and help build a stronger community through my blog.

Here is the important information for those of you looking to improve your online presence:

You can order the book on Amazon here – http://www.amazon.com/Days-Finding-Your-Blogging-ebook/dp/B005MGUFX4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1315838806&sr=8-1

You can get the book as a PDF here – http://31daystomojo.com/

You can check out Bryan Allain’s blog here – http://bryanallain.com/

…Hello? Is there anyone still around?

Hopefully you didn’t think that I stopped writing for good. I got married and decided to take some time off to prepare for the wedding and to be with my wife on our honeymoon. I had a great time in the beautiful parks of Utah, and for those of you who have never been there, you should definitely go visit sometime. Hannah and I got married in Bryce Canyon and went to Zion National Park for the honeymoon. Both were amazing, and well worth the money we spent to get there, stay there and eat there.

I do not deserve such a beautiful and wonderful wife

I am enjoying this married life, and all the fun and craziness that comes with it. But I missed writing. I didn’t think I would miss it, but I did. I really enjoy organizing my thoughts on paper (or online, whatever works). So, I guess what I’m saying is, I’m back from my break, so expect to see more of my thoughts soon. I’m going to shoot for one or two articles a week.

I guess that’s it for now. Go do something productive.