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Christian fiction is a strong creative writing format

Filed in Ask the Editor, Writing Tips by on April 21, 2015 0 Comments
Christian fiction is a strong creative writing format

Christian fiction is a strong creative writing format to portray Christian-based ideas, stimulating topics and reach audiences. You, as the writer, are creatively inputting biblical content, such as interpretations of Bible verses, coupled in dramatic tales with suspenseful plot twists. Your characters may have dark secrets, or have to face emotional dilemmas with complex narratives […]

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Establishing Rapport and Credibility

Filed in Ask the Editor, Writing Tips by on April 16, 2015 0 Comments
Establishing Rapport and Credibility

One of the things I find myself telling authors–especially those who have written nonfiction books with Xulon—is that they must establish rapport and credibility with their readers before anyone begins reading their book. This is vital for a number of reasons, but perhaps the most important reason is that as an author, you want any […]

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Our 2015 April Writing Contest Has Launched!

Filed in Competitions and Awards by on April 1, 2015 0 Comments
Our 2015 April Writing Contest Has Launched!

2015 April Writing Contest: Only 12 days to enter and win. Take The Challenge! We are now accepting original entries of up to 4,000 characters (including spaces – approximately 700 to 750 words) from all writers for the 2015 April Christian Writers Awards. We welcome entries from both amateur and professional writers, so whether you […]

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Smuggling Bibles into Russia: Xulon Author Kathy Vobora tells her story to Focus Today on the Dove network Oregon.

Smuggling Bibles into Russia: Xulon Author Kathy Vobora tells her story to Focus Today on the Dove network Oregon.

Kathy Vobora accepted Christ as personal Savior at the age of eight. Bible school followed at age eighteen. By age twenty two she had joined a team of young people in San Francisco, California serving in short term missions. During her stay in San Francisco, she clearly heard the Lord directing her to Europe and […]

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Seven Stages that most books are stuck in

Filed in Inspiration Mondays by on March 23, 2015 0 Comments
Seven Stages that most books are stuck in

Our publishing team talks to people every day about the book they dream of writing. The desire is there, but it seems that it’s stuck in one stage or another. There are seven stages that most books are stuck in.  1. The Dream Stage. You have a dream of writing and becoming an author, but […]

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