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    Got a blog? Make a book!

    Print your blog as a book to share and experience in a whole new way

    Make My Book

  • Print my blog book

    Turn your blog into a timeless treasure

    Creating a blog book with Blog2Print lets you flip through your memories page by page

    Make My Book

We support all of these blogging platforms:   WORDPRESS / BLOGGER / TUMBLR /  TYPEPAD


Blog books
are forever

There’s nothing like holding your work in your hands. Turn your blog into a blog book and become your own favorite author.


So easy,
but so good

You’ve worked hard on your blog, so we’ve made it easy to turn it into a book. Let us amaze you with our quick setup and turnaround.


Quick & Easy

Automatic formatting and setup make blog book creation a snap


Editing Options

Select the content you want by choosing a date range or hand-picking posts


Customizable Covers

Add photos and supplemental text to build the perfect book


Fantastic Photos

Show off your photography skills with large image size options


Add Extra Content

Add photos and supplemental text to build the perfect book


A Permanent Record

Create a permanent archive of your work to ensure every word is remembered


Jumpstart your
holiday shopping

Blog books are the perfect, unique gift. Give your friends and family a treasured keepsake or treat the blogger in your life to a printed version of their work.

Fits your style.
Fits your budget.

Style Includes Price (extra pages are $0.45)
Softcover Book 20 Pages $19.95
Hardcover Book (laminated picture cover) 20 Pages $34.95
Deluxe Book (cloth-bound cover w/dust jacket) 20 Pages $39.95
PDF Unlimited Pages $8.95

We’ve got you covered

They say you should never judge a book by its cover, but when you’re building your own book you can call the shots with our three cover options—softcover, laminated hardcover and cloth-bound hardcover with a dust jacket.


Featured Blog2Print Customer Story

Veteran photographer Chuck Boyd uses his blog to share 50 years of photos from combat photography to concert closeups. Chuck used Blog2Print to turn his 850+ posts into three printed volumes that—when they’re not proudly displayed on this coffee table—he can bring to local blogger meetups and share with his family. Read more of Chuck’s story on our blog.


  • I love the blog books because it gives me a tangible way to relive the memories that my family has created. Also, as my son is growing, it is fun showing him pictures of when he used to be a baby and reading the stories/captions that go along with them. I am surprised at how many little things my memory forgot that I am lucky enough to have captured with my blog book.

    Gina M.
    West Hartford, CT
  • “I love being able to look back and see what I did throughout the year. Our travels and also my cross stitch projects… I would definitely suggest the service to anyone who wants their blog printed out. The process of setting up the book is very easy. The options are fantastic.”

    Katie Gengnagel
    Ft. Wayne, Indiana
  • I love that the thoughts I had at the time to go with the photos I blogged are archived and printed for future viewing. With Blog2Print I can effortlessly have a printed copy of the family happenings for each year. Family history for me.”

    Amy DeMourdaunt
    Rexburg, Idaho
  • I created a blog book: so that my kids’ great grandmother can enjoy looking at her great-grandchildren. She loves to keep the books on her coffee table and show them off when friends come by.”

    Brooklyn, NY
  • “These books are absolutely priceless to me. I treasure them as much as our wedding photo album. They capture every moment of all three of our children from their first steps, to first day at school, all their holidays and so much more.”

    Jason King
    Wickford, England
  • “I want something I can look back on when I am old. Alzheimer’s runs in my family and I want my husband to be able to show me the books to jog my memories!”

    New Forest, England
  • “They have become some of my most cherished possessions, and something I hope my kids will appreciate having one day. I have put a lot of effort and love into documenting our lives, and I’m so thankful I have these books.”

    Heather Busch
    Pittsburg, Kansas