Ya’ll know I’m passionate about ebooks. For that reason, I have a lot of them in my to-be-read
pile file and can’t possibly tell you about every one. Only the books I feel would most serve my readers, only the books you and I can both get equally excited about actually find their way onto this blog. It is because of this policy, that I am beyond thrilled to share with you a new ebook that releases today.
Because this one is just for us.
I adore Hayley Morgan. She’s the one who jumpstarted my personal style revolution with her “No Brainer Wardrobe“. I met her at Allume last year and couldn’t believe how much cuteness and smarts were packed into her little Tiny Twig self. I’ve been an avid follower of her awesome blog for over a year.
Now she’s turned her ‘more passion, less fuss’ approach to helping us revolutionize and refine our approach to our blogs. This summer Her ‘No Brainer Blog’ series on her blog was pivotal in me finally being able to gather all the loose ends of my blog into something I could wrap my arms around and embrace with passion and peace.
OK, here’s the great part–she’s gathered all those posts, as well as a bunch more content into a 47 page eBook so we get all this goodness in one place, with the addition of worksheets!
I repeat: I wouldn’t share this book with you if I didn’t think it was absolutely the bomb.
Hayley says, “ You’ll love this book if you’ve ever wanted to blog, if you currently blog, or if you used to blog but gave up.” Also, with lots of great design tips in the book from her designer, “The book is perfect for the blogger who wants a professional look but doesn’t want to pay an expensive designer.”
It’s a rainy day here in the trailer park. As soon as I get a trip to the laundromat marked off my to do list, I plan to cuddle up in the bus and dive into the goodness that is The No Brainer Blog.
Get your copy today so you can do the same…
P.S. Hayley has generously set up an affiliate program for her book, which means I do make a percentage on each sale of her book off my site. But, I’d tell you about her book anyway, because I love it–and you–that much.