For you successful mom-bloggers, which books on blogging, website design would you recommend?

I just started blogging a month ago, and I have a lot to learn. To add to my online research, I am wondering if anyone can recommend any good books, that really helped you succeed with your blog. I am interested in website design and marketing, or anything to help turn the blog into a money making stay at home business!

My blog about family life in Boston:

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I would love to know this too!
I would recommend The IT Girl's Guide to Blogging with Moxie

It's a great book with a lot of info in it!

Lindsay
www.glamoroushousewife.com
never read any you can find so much online
I agree with Alyssa actually. I read so much online that I haven't gone out looking for books. I guess Darren's book http://probloggerbook.com/
Thank you for the links!
It's true there is a lot online. But just like I prefer to browse through a real magazine over the online ones, I would enjoy reading an actual book. Free and unlimited access is what makes it easier to read online, but sometimes you just want to seat in a chair with a good old-fashioned book...
There is a great chapter in Guy Kawasaki's new book, "Reality Check" that talks about blogging.

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