Rise Of The Writer by Joe Warnimont


Rise Of The Writer by Joe Warnimont

Rise Of The Writer
by
Joe Warnimont


My rating:
5   of  5  stars

Plot
(by Goodreads)

Rise Of The Writer explores the tools, techniques and habits that a writer must form in order to thrive in the saturated 21st century publishing world. It dives deep into daunting topics such as:

–  Claiming yourself as a writer
–  Building an effective blog
–  Gaining a following
–  Connecting with readers
–  Organizing your hectic writing life
–  Social media secrets
–  Using contests effectively
–  Offline marketing for writers
–  Making a living writing
–  Embracing all the technology provided for writers
–  And more…

Complemented with links to videos, tutorials, articles and templates, Rise Of The Writer breaks down technical aspects of building a writing platform into simple steps, while encouraging scribes of all skill levels to push on for the love of their craft.

It’s a journey, and every writer needs a little help when setting off.

My Opinion

When reading this non-fiction book I was glad to do so on my laptop.  Considering the topic it is practical and easy to understand that it contains various useful links (you want to immediately follow) to elaborate the topic on how to getting started as a blogger and/or writer.  Rise Of The Writer is well structured and so are the links leading you to more detailed information like tools & techniques, tutorials, and samples.  Joe does not embellish; instead he provides you with facts as well as useful hints and tips.

Joe Warnimont (http://joewarnimont.com/the-write-with-warnimont-blog/) shows the interested readers the direction, encourages them.

Thank you, Joe!  Reading Rise Of The Writer means time well spent.  I feel encouraged to go on this journey,  to continue writing, organising, improving my skills.  🙂

My statement on reading is described in My train of thoughts on …reading.  Now I am asking you.  🙂

My questions for you bibliophiles:
What about you?  What did you think about Rise Of The Writer?  Or – if you did not yet read Rise Of The Writer – are you now interested?

I am looking forward to your comments.

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