One great way to improve your writing is to learn from the best.

Here are seven blogs that are not only good examples of excellent blogging but will also help you hone your craft and sell more books.

We recommend that you subscribe to these blogs through RSS. If you don’t know what RSS is then check out our helpful RSS guide. We have also provided a place to subscribe by email if you are just not ready for RSS.

Blog #1 The Creative Penn

Blog #2 Seth Godin

  • Address: SethGodin.typepad.com
  • Why? Seth Godin is one of the most popular bloggers on the web. He is a good example of how to blog well. He has great advice on how to market your book, yourself and your ideas.
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Blog #3 Copyblogger

  • Address: CopyBlogger.com
  • Why? CopyBlogger is the best site for learning how to write good blog posts. Not only will following this blog (and reading the most popular posts) improve the quality of your blog posts but your overall writing as well. Highly recommended.
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Blog #4 Helping Writers Become Authors

Blog #5 Rachelle Gardner

Blog #6 Author Media

  • Address: AuthorMedia.com
  • Why? Thomas Umstattd Jr. helps authors build thier platform, sell more books, and change the world with writing worth talking about. Our goal is to make promoting your work online easier and more fun.  Every podcast episode now has a blog version.
  • Subscribe: by RSS Feed by Email by Twitter by Facebook

Blog #7 David Gaughran

  • Address:  DavidGaughran.com/blog
  • Why? David has great advice on marketing and promotion for both fiction and nonfiction. He has a special focus on technology which is an area a lot of authors needs help with.
  • Subscribe: RSS Feed, Facebook, Twitter

Bonus Blogs

Ok so there are more than 7 great blogs for authors. Here are some more you should check out.

What do you think? Are there any good blogs we missed? Post them below in the comments.

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