Iâ€™d like to thank the person who did the research and development to figure out the exact sharpness that a fork should be. Thank you for enduring so many hungry nights and bloody tongues to make life easier for the rest of us. — Bryan Allain
It’s not often that I laugh out loud. It’s even rarer that I laugh out loud so hard that I have that reflexive action where I cover my mouth. It’s even rarer still that I do such when reading a book about blogging. This is a testament to the greatness that is Bryan Allain’s new e-book 31 Days to Finding Your Blogging Mojo.
Bryan’s book has great advice for a month’s worth of practical considerations and even exercises to get your blog pulled into shape; think of it as the magic that actually makes tape in Command Hooks actually work again. From advice on figuring out your unique perspective to tips about how to get more readership, Bryan covers the gamut of the things that puzzle all of us that blog. I just read the book on Monday, and if you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll see that I’ve already started changing things up – trying to get my mojo back a bit.
In between each chapter, Bryan has also included bits of his characteristic wit such as “Every fortune cookie should read ‘Your tummyâ€™s about to hurt.'” Plus within the chapters themselves, Bryan takes his absurd humor and makes it work for him, just as it has on his amazing blog
Plus, as a piece of writing, the book excels. It serves it’s purpose very well with straight-forward advice pitched clearly and with that humor that makes everything so much easier to swallow.
So if you’re wanting to improve your blog, if you’re looking for a higher percentage of Amish-related jokes than any other blogging book you’ll ever read, or if you just want some really good laughs, check out Bryan’s book. You might just snarf milk out your nose. (How’s that for an endorsement?)
If you’d like to get a copy of 31 Days to Finding Your Blogging Mojo, check out the book website. You might also consider joining Killer Tribes, the blogging community that Bryan started; I can personally testify that Killer Tribes has increased my blog readership as well as connected me with a lot of people that I would now call friends.
This just in. Leave a comment explaining why you’d like to read Bryan’s great book, and I’ll personally buy one commenter a copy; this book is that good. You get an extra entry for each time you tweet, share or blog about the giveaway. So spread the word (and let me know how you do it in your comment).