8 Audio Books that will help increase your Blogging knowledgeReading and learning have always been important to me. In college, I studied literature and my nose was always in a book. Since I’ve started blogging, my mode of learning has changed a bit to online research and courses, but sometimes you need a little nudge to get to some important reading that’s a little more formal than a Google search. Especially when it comes to increasing your blogging knowledge.

It seems like I always have a list of things I want to learn more about and understand better. But finding the time can be tricky if you limit yourself to reading a paper book while sitting still (especially when you have little ones), and for that reason I’ve been lax on my personal development lately. And I know I can maximize the time I spend making dinner and driving or folding laundry if I throw in some audiobooks.

So I went to Audble.com and started searching for titles that looked like they would help me increase my blogging knowledge in a few areas this year and I found some really interesting titles like these:

  1. How to Set Up Photography Lighting in a Home Studio by Amber Richards. I know nothing about lighting, but I really want to learn. 51QUTLbJPJL._SL300_
  2. Digital Photography Guide: from Beginner to Intermediate by Larry Hall. I have such a long way to gorgeous photos so I’m hoping to pick up some great tips in this one. 61Hf50qLYHL._SL300_
  3. How to Write Short: Word Crafts for Fast Times by Roy Peter Clark. People like short and to the point on the web. It’s something I could improve on. 🙂 41lNv1iKr0L._SL300_
  4. Maximize Your Social: A One-Stop Guide to Building a Social Media Strategy for Marketing and Business Success by Neal Schaffer. An overall strategy sounds good to me!51zAuCSM3HL._SL150_
  5. Mastering Story, Community, and Influence: How to Use Social Media to Become a Socialeader by Jay Oatway. This sounds like such a good way to blend all the aspects of blogging. 41vVd8uXuEL._SL300_
  6. Crafting Calm: Projects and Practices for Creativity and Contemplation by Maggie Oman Shannon.  41dk8tpAqIL._SL150_
  7. 365 Daily Affirmations for Creativity by Janet Luongo. This book includes 60 creative exercises, which is really why I’m drawn to it.  51r0Oj4QaEL._SL150_
  8. The Creative Thinker’s Toolbelt by The Great Courses, Gerard Puccio. There are several lectures here on creative thinking, which I’d love to look into more. 51R2kMa92cL._SL150_
After looking at all these titles and how they could help me learn and grow, I went ahead and started a 30-day trial. My sisters and mom love all the books they listen to on their Audible.com accounts, so I was definitely excited about it. And whether you’re a blogger, a creative, or book lover, you can find lots that will both teach and entertain.

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 What books or resources have you read to increase your blogging knowledge?

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Hi, Lisa ~ Great round-up of books! I’m especially interested in How to Write Short and Digital Photography. Thanks for the recommendations!