About Nina Amir:
Setting out to learn all she could about the publishing industry she got involved with the San Francisco Writer’s Conference and started the Write Nonfiction in November Challenge (now known as National Nonfiction Writing Month). In April 2012, her first book How to Blog a Book was published, became an Amazon bestseller almost immediately, and has remained one ever since. The Author Training Manual was published by Writer’s Digest Books just two years later and was a bestseller before any books passed through the register on Amazon. In addition she’s self-published several more ebooks, all of which have made it onto the Amazon Top 100 right away. In fact, she’s had as many as four books on one Amazon Top 100 list at the same time!
I'm excited to share this book with all of you today. I LOVE it! It inspired me to write and offered creative and practical ways to make time and let the words flow from my brain to the keyboard and stick pencil. Nina's approach uses all the senses and she encourages her readers to not just read and write but to color, to paint, to get outside, and so much more. I received a "Reviewers PDF" of the book and guess what, it is a book I've already added to my wish list on Amazon because I plan to add it to my writer's library in my office. I might even use some of the strategies and techniques with my students at school. While this review is short, my enjoyment and appreciation of this book is greater.
If you are looking for a book to boost your mood and trigger your inner writer, this is a book to add to your library. I'm calling this a "must have" if you are serious about writing. Thank you Nina!
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