32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

Are you a freelance writer, blogger, copywriter, web developer, or a website designer? What books for bloggers an freelance writers have yo read? Have been in the business for several years, or perhaps you’re just starting? You know for a fact that to become the best writer and marketer, you need to read relevant books and practice your trade frequently.

But as you search topics to write about, you realize that your passion for writing is diminishing, making you want to give up your precious writing career. Sometimes you find yourself lost along the way – not having the willpower or motivation and the inspiration you need to keep doing what you love.

I get it; you’re not alone in this. I know exactly where you’re coming from because I have been there. However, does the fact that you have to read related books that will help you hone your skills means that you should digest just any book or article you find?

On the contrary, you instead try to read the best books that will add value to your writing and help you become a success in your career. It is for this reason that we put these pieces together.

In this article, we have compiled a list of 30 excellent books to help you take your freelancing and blogging career to the next height. Here are the epic books every freelance writer and blogger must read to become the best writer and earn 6 ~ 7 figure income.

For Beginners

 

1: WordPress for Beginners 2019: A Visual Step-by-Step Guide to Mastering WordPress -by Dr. Andy Williams32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

 

If you want to learn and master WordPress in a simple, effective method using a step-by-step visual guide including more than 300 screenshots, this book is for you. The book is a 2019 edition that would help you create a fascinating blog or website from scratch.

It also covers WordPress’ latest version, “the Gutenberg editor,” which has replaced the “classic editor.” The book is written to assist you from being a beginner WordPress user to a professional. Andy helps you with all the in’s and out’s of WordPress.

2: WordPress Theme Development in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself 1st Edition – by Tris Hussey32 Epic Books Every Blogger and Freelance Writer Must Read

Tris Hussey, a long-time blogger, writer, and technologist, and Catherine Winters take you on a journey with this epic book about WordPress theme development, putting you on the driving sit where you can conveniently customize your WordPress website and blog with less effort.

This book provides you a step-by-step theming guide that will transform you from a beginner to an expert WordPress designer. Tris’ book is not only for the beginner, but also for experienced bloggers, content marketers, freelancers, web developers, and website designers.

You will learn critical skills about WordPress themes using PHP, CSS, and  HTML capabilities which you can use to develop themes for all content management systems (CMS).

3: WordPress To Goby Sarah McHarry

32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

WordPress for me is the best blogging platform ever. Even though it is the best, many bloggers, especially newbies are finding it difficult to navigate or find their way around. Thus, they turn to WordPress alternatives. However, there is good news for you.

Sarah Harry’s book has the best tips that’ll help you start your WordPress website from scratch to finish with amazing results in the shortest time possible.

4: JumpStart WordPressby Susan Velez32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

There are several things involve in using WordPress; it’s not only about setting up your blog or website, but it’s part of the process. After you create your site, you will have to install and configure the best WordPress plugins, customize your site, integrate and configure Google search console, Google analytics, etc. Jumpstart WordPress covers all you need to know and will take the guesswork away and teach you how to best set-up your WordPress website.

Freelance Writing

5: Starting Your Career As a Freelance Writer (SecMust read books for bloggers and freelance writersond Editionby Moira Anderson Allen

 

Starting your career as a freelance writer is a fantastic book that will help you become an established and successful freelance writer. The book illustrates clearly the process of freelance writing and provides you with the strategies and tools you need to become a successful freelance writer and start making money from your text.

It has a new section on the “online writer,” which discusses issues such as: how to set up your own website, how to participate and engage in social media platforms for maximum results, and so on. There are new chapters that have been added as well, which gives guidance on many writing possibilities.

 

These includes:

  • Copy-editing
  • Ghostwriting
  • Technical writing
  • Speech-writing
  • And how to write for international markets.

6: The Renegade Writer: A Totally Unconventional Guide to Freelance Writing Success –by Must read books for bloggers and freelance writersLinda Formichelli and Diana Burrell

This book by Linda Formichelli and Diana Burrell will teach you the tips and tricks of some successful writers that will help you become a better and successful writer. It also demonstrates how to break the “rules” of writing in a unique way that will help you beat your competitors and lead to a successful writing career.

7: The Profitable Freelance Writer’s Action Guideby Marcie Hill32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

Marcie’s book is for newbie freelance writers who want to make the most of their writing career, and seasoned writers who are underpaid. It enables you to get more from your freelance writing business by being paid what you deserve.

The book is a guide that offers the best tips, tools, and resources to help you get started on a successful writing journey.

For Magazines & Publications

8: Make a Real Living as a Freelance Writer: How to Win Top Writing Assignments – by Jenna Glatzer32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

From this book, you will learn first-hand step-by-step guide on how to write for magazines and publications and make lots of money. It shows you how to build relationships with top brand editors, what top publishing companies and magazines want from you as a writer, and how to identify sections in a magazine that are open to freelance writers.

The book goes further to show you what topics and stories are most in demand, and so much more, including the best part – how to become an expert and authority in your niche.

9: The Well-Fed Writerby Peter Bowerman

32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

This book by Peter Bowerman is breathtaking. I love the style of writing which includes many case studies of other successful freelance writers. This book will help you start your freelance writing business off on a good start. You will also discover how to protect your writing business.

This book is a must read because it’s packed with lots of information that will help you on your writing journey.

For Content Creation

10: 62 Blog Posts to Overcome Blogger’s Blockby Marcie Hill32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

Marcie’s book is for everyone, bloggers, non-bloggers, content marketers, etc. The suggestions and tips in this book will help you to overcome writer’s block and become more creative in writing. Blog content writing, videos, audio content, etc., this book got you covered because it will help you create fantastic content that engages your readers to make them keep coming for more.
Did I mention that this book will also help to enhance your tech skills? Yes, it certainly will.

11: 20 Blog Posts Must-Haves by Lorraine Reguly32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

Lorraine’s ebook is an epic book that is designed to help you write fascinating blog posts and become a better blogger. The 20 blog posts must-have ebook, is a valuable element of blogging that is undoubtedly going to make you an authority and successful blogger.

This book will help you create incredible blog posts.

12: 21 Proven Ways to Create Compelling Content and Kiss Writer’s Block Goodbye: Volume 2 – by Danny Iny, Jim Hopkinson, and Alexis Rodrigo32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

Writer’s block is a problem many bloggers, if not all, has to deal with day-in-day-out. You sometimes get to a point where you run out of ideas to write for your blog. Bloggers run out of content ideas, which makes it difficult to continue writing.

This book by Danny Iny, Jim Hopkinson and Alexis Rodrigo have you covered. It gives you infinite article ideas to write about and also motivates you to keep writing.

13: How To Write Great Blog Posts That Engage Readersby Steve Scott

32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance WritersThe how to write great blog posts that engage your readers by Steve Scott is an amazing short read book, more like a booklet but filled with insightful, valuable tips. The tips in this book will help both newbie bloggers and pro bloggers alike to improve and maximize their writing skills.
The result, you will be able to write great content that not only engages your readers but will make them loyal subscribers.

14: The Content Code: Six essential strategies to ignite your content, your marketing, and your business – by Mark Schaefer32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

Mark Schaefer is an award-winning business writer. I have been following Mark for the longest because of the valuable information he is dispensing both on his blog, various social media channels, and his books as well.

With his years of marketing and global sales experience in the content marketing industry, his book, “the content code” shows you how to come up with unique content that outclasses your competitors and beats the content shock.

You will also learn all there is about content distribution, branding, brand development, content production, etc.

15: Write. Publish. Grow. The Ultimate Guide To Guest Blogging – by Jonathan Gebauer and Susanne Gebauer32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

In the blogging sphere, guest blogging is the best way to make your voice heard. It gives you the opportunity to establish yourself as an expert and authority in your niche.

Jonathan Gebauer and Susanne Gebauer wrote this book with guest blogging in mind.

It makes clear the advantages of guest blogging and helps bloggers and freelance writer to understand the best way to guest blog for maximum result.

16: Everybody Writes: Your Go-To Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content – by Ann Handley32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

Many writers refrain from writing because they believe they can’t write well. As a result, they’re afraid to write. One thing you should understand is that, while it might have been easy for some writers to start writing and keep flowing with the rhythm, many others learned to write the hard way.

I remember when I first started, reading every article about the craft of writing, blogging and freelance writing. I wrote some fantastic articles but wasn’t confident enough to hit publish because I was afraid my text wasn’t good enough. Not until I read “Everybody Writes.”

Hence, the book “Everybody Writes” takes the fear away from you and shows you how to create terrific content consistently.

17: An Insider’s Guide to Building a Successful Blogby Janice Wald32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

The “An Insider’s Guide to Building a Successful Blog” is a step-by-step guide or directions for creating epic blog posts, tips for increasing your blog readership, and advice about the best blogging tools for your blog. The tips presented in this book will help you improve your content’s visibility significantly.

Here is what customers are saying about Janice’ book:

Currently, there are over 1 billion websites online. In order to make yours stand out and achieve visibility, you need an action plan. If your action plan does NOT include devouring this book, you’ll be sorry!

~ Melinda Mitchell

For Inspiration, Productivity, and Staying Organized

18: The 4 Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich – by Tim Ferriss32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

As mentioned on the outset of this article, sometimes you lost the motivation and inspiration you need to keep writing. In a situation like this, the “The 4-hour workweek” by Tim Ferris is just what you need. I call it a masterpiece because of its motivational and organizational capabilities.

From this book, you will discover how to be organized and stay focused on the more important things. It will also motivate you beyond imagination.

19: Make it Happen: Surrender Your Fear. Take the Leap. Live On Purpose. – by Lara Casey32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

Make it happen by Lara Casey is a combination of both personal story and self-help. It is designed to take your fears away and inspire you to leap forward on your journey to a successful freelance writing and blogging career.

When you’re feeling down, thinking much about whether or not to continue pursuing your writing career, this book will undoubtedly give you the boost you need to make it happen.

20: EPIC BLOG: One-Year Editorial Plannerby Regina AnaejionuMust read books for bloggers and freelance writers

Another ideal book by Regina Anaejionu. This book is truly epic and stands by its name. The material is a workbook where the writer tells all you need to know in terms of organizing the different tasks associated with writing.

It helps you get your tasks on a plan, such as 12 worksheets for your content planning, as well as a small business plan. Now you can see why this book is Epic!

21: Ultimate Blog Plannerby Fabrizio Van Marciano

This book by my friend Fabrizio is a PDF template workbook that is packed with fascinating tips to help you plan and skyrocket your blogging career. With more than 23 professionally designed full-size printable templates to help you prepare and manage your work, thus, grow your blogging business significantly, the ultimate blog Planner is a must read.

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22: Creative Confidence: Unleashing the Creative Potential Within Us All – by Tom Kelley and David KelleyMust read books for bloggers and freelance writers

We all know that creativity is one of the best qualities every writer needs to possess to be a better writer. But you also agree that everyone wasn’t born a creative person, which means being creative is something many of us must learn.

The “creative confidence” will help you discern the principles of being creative, and the strategies associated with it. Guy Kawasaki, a marketing specialist, author of many best-selling books and “Silicon Valley,” venture capitalist said the following about this book:

“This is the only book about creativity that you’ll ever need.” — Guy Kawasaki.

For Copywriting & Make Money Blogging

23: 7 Steps to Build a Full-Time Income Earning Blogby Ryan Biddulph32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

In this book, Ryan explains in simple step-by-step how you can create a blog that earns you a full-time income. The step-by-step guide includes practical tips you can apply today and start seeing amazing results. This book will make your blogging life easy and help you improve your blogging income to become a successful blogger and world traveler like Ryan.
Get this ebook to realize your dreams.

24: Start & Run a Copywriting Businessby Steve SlaunwhiteMust read books for bloggers and freelance writers

There are varieties of freelance writing niches that can make you a household name. Copywriting, for instance, is a lucrative writing niche that is in high demand. This niche is helping copywriters make an income of 5 ~ 7 figures annually. Corporations, marketers, businesses, and agencies are continually seeking the services of copywriters more than ever before.

This book will help you learn all you need to know about the craft of copywriting, which includes but not limited to:

  • Direct Mails
  • Brochures
  • Ads
  • Email Marketing
  • Newsletters, etc.

25: Secrets of a Freelance Writer, Third Edition: How to Make $100,000 a Year or More – by Robert W. BlyMust read books for bloggers and freelance writers

This edition of the secrets of a freelance writer will show you all there is to become a successful freelance copywriter. You will learn the secret techniques on how to make significant income annually by writing annual reports, catalogs, ads campaigns, newsletters, and all other copywriting pieces for businesses – big and small, including government agencies and NGOs.

“Secrets of a Freelance Writer” is the definitive guide to building a successful and lucrative freelance writing practice.” — Marya Jan

26: Secrets To Blogging Your Way To A Six-Figure Income – by Darren Rowse / Chris GarrettMust read books for bloggers and freelance writers

Everybody in the blogging industry certainly knows professional bloggers Darren Rowse and Chris Garrett. These two professionals brought their expertise together and produced an epic book on blogging and making money blogging.

This book presents you with the secret techniques of blogging that will help you generate substantial Income from blogging, anything from 6-7 figures. It is a must read for all writers.

 

27: How to Find Your Writing Voice – by Ryan BiddulphMust read books for bloggers and freelance writers

If you’re struggling to find your writing voice, this book is for you. The author, my friend Ryan Biddulph of Blogging from Paradise shows you how to write better, sell more books and inspire more readers with his secret techniques.

You will discover practical steps he has been using over the years to become a successful writer, traveling the world. Who knows where he might be as you’re reading this article? Maybe somewhere in the tropics. As an Amazon bestseller with many years of writing experience, Ryan’s book will guide you to writing success.

He has already written 126 books. Have a look here and grab a copy.

 

For Social Media

28: Maximize Your Socialby Neal Schaffer32 Epic Books for Bloggers and Freelance Writers

Maximize Your Social is a social media strategy book that will enable you to create and maintain a successful social media master plan for your business. The main reason many companies fail is that they do not have a sustainable social media strategy for their business, which includes not measuring the effectiveness of social media campaigns.

This book gives you a clear insight of what business owners need to do to set-up a social media strategy that will help you maximize your marketing efforts, such as monitoring what’s working for you across social media sites. Neal’s book covers all major social media platforms, including:

  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn

Thus, get your book, save yourself a ton of stress and learn easy steps to build a  profitable social media strategy.

29: The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users –by Guy Kawasaki and Peg FitzpatrickMust read books for bloggers and freelance writers

As a freelance writer and blogger, you need to be on various social media platforms and be active by spreading words about your writing. In this book, Guy and Peg show you correctly all you must know to get words about your writing out there.

The book will show you the best way to set your social media accounts, how best to post from your blog to reach a massive audience, etc.

30: How to Meet and Thrive on Twitter – by Lisa SicardMust read books for bloggers and freelance writers

Lisa’s book is a 31 pages Amazon Kindle eBook, packed with incredible tips and tricks that will help you to tweet more efficiently. From this book, you will learn such things as:

  • How to engage with your followers and other Twitter users
  • How to gain more followers
  • Meet new people
  • Generate leads and make sales.

Grab your copy and discover the best way to use Twitter to maximize your marketing campaigns.

31: Maximizing LinkedIn for Sales & Social Media Marketingby Neal Schaffer32 epic books or bloggers and freelance writers

LinkedIn is the largest social media lead generation platform for B2B marketers, and if you’re not taking advantage of this powerful social media platform, you’re leaving money on the table. Neal’s free e-book is what you need to maximize your LinkedIn marketing campaign. Here’s what other experts are saying about this book;

Schaffer’s second book is a friendly, yet detailed, tutorial packed with gems of insight into LinkedIn functionality and etiquette… its everything managers and staffers need to start, plan, and implement a sales and marketing strategy using LinkedIn.”
—Kirkus Discoveries

This book is a practical guide that will help you create a sales-oriented LinkedIn profile and connections to attract more leads and become an industry leader.

32: Likeable Social Media – by Dave Kerpenbooks for bloggers and freelance writers

Social media plays an essential part in all aspects of businesses, including freelance writing and blogging. However, you agree that there’s a lot of books that deal on how to have a presence on various social media sites. And sometimes it can be overwhelming to pinpoint which of these books is best for you.

We’ve identified “Likeable Social Media” as one of the best books that will help you create a strong presence on social media sites. It is an ultimate guide book that will teach you how to have a remarkable presence on different social media sites and grow your writing business.

It shows you how to engage with your readers, customers, how to establish your brand, etc.

Wrapping Up

These are our top picks for you. Therefore, if you want to improve your skills as a blogger, freelance writer, copywriter, web developer, a designer, these books are what you need to become a success.

 

This article originally appeared at “The Writing Cooperative.”  


About the author

About the Author

Moss Clement is a content manager at Writers Per Hour, and a freelance writer & blogger. Founder of Moss Media. He is working closely with B2B marketers – helping several startups grow their online presence in the digital marketing space. By delivering highly informative content pieces, he has assisted small & medium-size businesses to build their online reputation and connect them with their buyer persona.

Connect with me on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook.

 


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Moss Clement

Moss Clement is a freelance writer & blogger. Founder of Moss Media and content manager at Writers Per Hour. He is working closely with B2B marketers - helping​ several startups grow their online presence in the digital marketing space. By delivering highly informative content pieces​, he has assisted small & medium-size businesses to build their online reputation and connect them with their buyer persona. Connect with him on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Susan Velez · February 8, 2018 at 8:00 pm

Hi Moss,

Great collection of books for anyone who wants to improve their blog and their writing. I love reading books that will help me improve my business.

There are a few books on this list that I hadn’t heard of. Maybe I’ll have to check them out one weekend when I have some spare time.

Thanks for including my eBook on the list. I totally appreciate it and am honored to be featured on your blog.

Hope you have a wonderful weekend.

Susan

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    Moss Clement · February 9, 2018 at 2:47 pm

    Hi Susan,
    You’re most welcome my friend. It is my pleasure to add you to the list of the best books every blogger and freelance writer must read.
    You have always provided great tips and solutions to reader.
    Adding your book is just a step forward.

    Thanks a lot for coming by!

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Janice Wald · February 9, 2018 at 12:24 am

Hi Moss,
I’m beyond thrilled! Thank you for including my blogging tips ebook! I’m seriously flattered! I shared your post on my social media and I’ll be linking to your post this Monday.
Janice

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    Moss Clement · February 9, 2018 at 2:52 pm

    Hi Janice,
    It gives me joy to offer support where I possibly can. Your tips are always fascinating, and with collection of articles put together as a book, the info are remarkably incredible.

    It is a must share for others to learn from.
    Thanks for stopping by!

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Ryan Biddulph · February 9, 2018 at 8:38 am

Thanks for the shoutout Moss! REALLY appreciate it buddy. Janice, Darren and the rest offer some real gems here, all shared through your generosity. Guys; listen up. You have decades of blogging experience speaking through these reads. Gobble ’em up, study, enjoy and use what you learned to succeed.

Ryan

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    Moss Clement · February 9, 2018 at 2:55 pm

    Hi Ryan,
    You’ve been an inspiration to me and many others as well. Helping others find your books and sharing your content is my little way of saying, “thanks for being such a great friend.”

    You’re most welcome Ryan!

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Lisa P Sicard · February 9, 2018 at 11:20 am

Moss, thank you so much for including me in this list. I am so honored to be included with these awesome authors and bloggers.
I’ve read many of Ryan’s books but not the particular one you mention here. I may have to add it my collection.
The 4 hour workweek looks like another one I’d love to read.
Thank you Moss and have a great day!

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    Moss Clement · February 9, 2018 at 3:00 pm

    Hi Lisa,
    It is nice to have you here. You’re most welcome my friend. You have always provided readers with great information that are easy to implement. Many view Twitter from a different perspective, thinking that Twitter is not for them. But with your book on how to tweet and thrive on Twitter, anyone who reads it we definitely make the most of Twitter.

    Thanks a lot Lisa!

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siddharth · February 9, 2018 at 1:56 pm

Hey Moss,
What a wonderful list of books, will surely read them all. thank you for sharing such good article.

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    Moss Clement · February 9, 2018 at 3:02 pm

    Hi Siddharth,
    It is a pleasant to have to here. Yes, the lists of books in this article are a must read if you want to scale your blogging and freelance writing business.

    I’m so glad you like it. Thank you so much for stopping by. Hope to see you more often!

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Mitch Mitchell · February 10, 2018 at 4:05 am

Not a bad list, but you missed a good one. It’s titled 62 Blog Posts to Overcome Blogger’s Block by Marcie Hill. There’s also an additional workbook to help those who need it to plan what they’re going to write. Check it out!

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    Moss Clement · February 10, 2018 at 5:16 am

    Hi Mitch,
    Thanks a lot for your contribution to the best books for bloggers and freelance writers. Marcie is an amazing writer, I’ll check it and add it up to the list.

    I appreciate your stopping by Mitch. Hope to see you pretty soon!

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    Moss Clement · February 11, 2018 at 11:21 pm

    Hi Mitch,
    I checked Marcie’s book, and as you mentioned it is remarkably amazing. I had no choice but to include it in this article.

    Thanks so much for your suggestion.

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Donna Merrill · February 10, 2018 at 5:13 pm

Hi Moss,
What a great collection of books you have here! Of course I love the ones from my buddies: Ryan, Lisa and Susan. Knowing them for a while I can say that they all give their very best whenever they put out any kind of content.
“The Four Hour Work Week” has helped me gain more focus and organization. As for the others, I need to catch up lol.

-Donna

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    Moss Clement · February 11, 2018 at 11:26 pm

    Hi Donna,
    I am so glad that you like the list of books in this post. Yes, Lisa, Susan, and Ryan are doing great with content creation which is why their books made the list respectively.

    And the 4 hour work week, that’s a must read.

    Thank you so much Donna, I really appreciate it.

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Monika Sharma · February 12, 2018 at 6:46 am

Hi,

Thanks for making this wonderful & great collection of books for bloggers & freelance writers but point is where we can download these book ?

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    Moss Clement · February 12, 2018 at 12:49 pm

    Hi Monika,
    It is great to have you here, and I’m happy you like the list of books in this article. Please, by clicking on the link on each of your desired books, you will be taken to a page that gives you details on how to get your book. Best of luck, and please, feel free to contact me it you have any issues.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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Marcie · February 12, 2018 at 5:58 pm

Moss, thanks for including my book, 62 Blog Posts to Overcome Blogger’s Block, on your list. It is an honor to be included with amazing authors.

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Moss Clement · February 12, 2018 at 7:35 pm

Hi Marcie,
You’re most welcome my friend. Your book is packed with valuable information that will help many bloggers, newbies and pro-bloggers as well.

In fact, when I wrote this article I didn’t remember your book until Mitch Mitchell came by and suggested I include it.

Thanks for writing such a remarkable book, and thanks so much for stopping by.

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Raj Athani · February 13, 2018 at 8:33 pm

nice

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    Moss Clement · February 14, 2018 at 5:57 pm

    Hi Raj,
    Thank you so much. I’m so happy you like the collection of books in this post.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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Lorraine Reguly · February 14, 2018 at 12:29 am

This is an excellent list of books!

Have you read every one?

Thank you for including my book, 20 Blog Post Must-Haves, in this list!

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    Moss Clement · February 14, 2018 at 6:01 pm

    Hi Lorraine,

    Yes, it is a great list of books. Reading these books has been a blessing in that, I have been able to learn new tips and tricks in blogging.

    Regarding reading them all, at the time I last edited this article, I only had 2 more books to complete, yours included.

    Thanks so much for coming by. Well appreciated!

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Santege review · October 11, 2018 at 8:42 pm

Have you ever thought about creating an e-book or guest authoring on other sites?
I have a blog based upon on the same information you discuss and would really like to have you share some stories/information.
I know my audience would appreciate your work. If you are even remotely interested, feel
free to send me an e-mail.

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    Moss Clement · October 12, 2018 at 4:47 pm

    Thank you for coming by, and I’m happy that you find my article interesting and valuable. However, if you want me to write a guest post for your blog, please contact me via our contact page so I can reply to you via email.

    Thanks a lot of coming by and for adding to the conversation.

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Amanda Ricks · April 2, 2019 at 6:16 pm

An excellent set of book recommendations, Moss. There’s a couple in it that I didn’t know about so perhaps I’ll check them out.
Thanks, have a great day. 🙂

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    Moss Clement · April 4, 2019 at 10:33 am

    Hi Amanda,

    You are most welcome, and I agree with you because there are several books on the market, so much that the ones you have read might be new to me as well. However, I’m so happy you came by and added to the discussion. Thank you!

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Mike Jones · April 3, 2019 at 4:45 am

Hi, The topic which you choose is really awesome. The book collection is really great. Some of the book which you mentioned I hadn’t heard. It is really helpful, Thank you for the post.

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    Moss Clement · April 4, 2019 at 10:26 am

    Hi Mike,
    I’m so happy that you like the book collection. And yes, we cannot possibly read every book in the marketplace, which is why some of them are new to you. However, don’t be surprised that some of the ones you have read may be new to me as well. Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting. It is well appreciated.

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Free Stuff · June 5, 2019 at 11:57 pm

Right now it appears like Expression Engine is the best blogging platform available right now. (from what I’ve read) Is that what you’re using on your blog?

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