Keep a blog and you can call yourself a writer. Conventional wisdom has it, however, that you need to be a published writer to call yourself an author. Not in a magazine, not in a newspaper, but in a book.
For most of the contributors to Jena Isle’s inspirational book, “Inspirational Thoughts and Stories of Bloggers from All Over the World,” that dream of becoming a published author has finally come true.
27 compelling reasons and then some
You’ve 27 compelling reasons why you need to get a copy of this book: Your Jedi blogger friends are in it: Doc Z, Roy, Novz, Elmot, Rey Jr, Angel and other writers from overseas. Isn’t that a fantastic reason for you to get yourself a copy? If you’re a bit stumped what to give your friends this Christmas, this makes for one thoughtful gift. Do you have an upcoming blog contest? A book giveaway is always a knockout gift.
Why am I pushing for this book? There’s no commission in it for me, guys. And for Jena Isle who shouldered all the expenses, there’s none to be had by way of profits. Jena Isle did this for the sheer love of putting in one anthology great writer friends she has met over the years. After all, Jena Isle has mothered fledgling bloggers: giving great advice, offering support, believing in unsure bloggers even before they know they have it in themselves to make a difference.
Jena Isle’s book and the art of the possible
It’s a logical step really for Jena Isle as writer and “mother” and teacher extraordinaire. She has this uncanny ability to nurture newbie bloggers to make them trust in their abilities. Her unerring instinct for the art of the possible has made us achieve early in our lifetime a dream we can only dismiss as whimsy. She had made authors out of bloggers.
This early, Jena Isle is dreaming of publishing a book of poetry for next year. Will you let out that poet in you to be a part of Jena Isle’s dream? Maybe it’s your turn to become an author.
Check this out to order your copy of the inspirational book.
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