Would you like to see your posts
about life, food, travel, or parenting
turned into a book?
That’s exactly what happened to blogger Kerri Sackville. In this
session, Kerri reveals the exact steps she took to turn her random
musings into a loyal following of blog readers.
In 2009 Kerri began blogging at Life and Other Crises. This caught the attention of major publisher Random House and the result is the best-selling book When My Husband Does the Dishes: A Memoir of Marriage and Motherhood, released in 2011. Her second book, The Little Book of Anxiety, was released in April 2012.
Whether you love writing about wine, sport, business, craft or your
unique take on life, your blog could be the start of your writing
In this session, Kerri reveals:
The steps she took to build a fan base for her blog Life and
How she built her profile online
Why you need to contribute to other blogs (and how to do this)
Strategies to get noticed by publishers
How to make yourself a “marketable” author
The types of blog posts you should aim for
Why you need to become a valuable member of the
and much more.
In this two-hour session, you’ll learn what it takes to turn your blog into a book. You’ll leave with a framework on how to build your online profile and turn your random posts into a foundation that may attract your own book contract.
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Rave reviews about
From Blog to Book
“I took away a great list of actionable ideas to improve my own blog.
The session also helped me to clarify my purpose in blogging - why am I
doing it and what do I want to get out of it. Both presenters were
really excellent – open, humble and honest but still kind to
participants. They had a wealth of experience for us to mine. And
Kerri's story is just a great yarn!”
- Susan Moore
“The seminar completely provided what I was hoping for. Kerri Sackville
was open and generous with sharing information. It was also great to
have Valerie's input and wisdom. The perfect pairing!”
- Lisa Schofield
"Kerri was very informative and enthusiastic and had lots of great tips.
She confirmed a lot of things I was thinking of doing but hadn't quite
put into practice. It was also a relaxed way to find out heaps in a
short time." - Therese Spruhan
“The presenters were very good and gave excellent, practical advice. They had me thinking about my blog differently.”
- Anne-Marie Poirer
“I found the seminar really informative. Just listening to the presenter
and the questions being asked provided a lot of valuable information.
Both Valerie and Kerri were great presenters.”
- Sonya Madden
In May 2009 Kerri joined Twitter and began blogging shortly afterwards at lifeandothercrises.
blogspot.com. She published her first book, When My Husband Does the Dishes: A Memoir of Marriage and Motherhood, in 2011. Her second book, The Little Book of Anxiety,
was released in April 2012. In 2010 she was shortlisted for
Australasian Blogger of the Year. Kerri is also a regular contributor
and popular figure on the enormously successful website Mamamia.com ...