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There are NO EXCUSES

Filed in Author Inspirations by on July 25, 2014 1 Comment
There are NO EXCUSES

My name is Peter Lopez and I just published my first book titled Excuses, Excuses, Which One is Yours? I work as a Publishing Consultant for Xulon Press, but writing a book is what has been in my heart for over twenty years. Because my book is centered on people that make excuses, the damage […]

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Meet Our Newest Staff Editor: Taylor Graham

Filed in Meet the Team by on July 23, 2014 0 Comments
Meet Our Newest Staff Editor: Taylor Graham

Whether an author is writing a book that is purely fiction or writing a non-fiction book portraying their lives, the use of setting and imagery is an important part of painting the pictures that the author sees in their mind for their readers. It’s a difficult part of writing any genre: getting readers to see […]

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Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight: Pastor Brad Hoefs

Filed in Successful Author Spotlight by on July 21, 2014 2 Comments
Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight: Pastor Brad Hoefs

Our Successful Author Spotlight today showcases Pastor Brad Hoefs, author of the book “Fresh Hope – Living Well in Spite Of A Mental Health Diagnosis”. His life is a glowing example of living well with this disease, as he has pastored for over twenty years [..]

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Let the Setting Be Your Guide

Filed in Author Inspirations by on July 11, 2014 0 Comments
Let the Setting Be Your Guide

You can just picture it: the white, sandy beaches, the colorful sunset, the cool water flowing over your toes, the igloo glistening in the sun…. wait, when did an igloo come into your tropical beach scene? Just an example of how important it is when writing a manuscript set in a real-life location to be […]

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Paint the Scene

Paint the Scene

Summer is all about travel. Have you ever thought about using your travels as the backdrop of your story? This month, our blog writers will show you how you can pull from real life experiences, weave places you’ve experienced first-hand into your story, and ultimately transport your reader to the setting of your book. [...]

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