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Research Your Rhetoric: Generalizations and Citation.

Filed in Ask the Editor by on October 13, 2014 0 Comments
Research Your Rhetoric: Generalizations and Citation.

Generalizations are a common aspect of rhetorical communication, as it creates a common ground in conversation. In any area of education and entertainment, viewers/readers are subjected to generalizations, as they are easy to relate to and often contain a grain of truth. This post will briefly examine the pros and cons of generalizations/stereotypes and the […]

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Following God and Not Looking Back: Xulon Author Olawunmi Biriyok

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Following God and Not Looking Back: Xulon Author Olawunmi Biriyok

She was an attorney thriving in her career until one day God called her to do His work. Ever since that fateful beckoning, speaker and Xulon Press author Olawunmi Biriyok hasn’t regret one step of her new journey […]

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Two Things You Must Have to Write a Good Book

Filed in Author Inspirations, From the Desk of... by on September 27, 2014 2 Comments
Two Things You Must Have to Write a Good Book

The question I am asked most frequently by aspiring authors is “What does it take to write a really good book, one that people would enjoy reading?” While the simple answers to that question are “great content” and “great editing,” there are two critical characteristics you’ll find in almost every best selling book. The Author’s […]

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Xulon Press displays 740 individual titles at the Christian Product Expo

Filed in Marketing Your Book by on September 21, 2014 2 Comments
Xulon Press displays 740 individual titles at the Christian Product Expo

Over 150 buyers attended the Christian Product Expo in Murfreesboro, Tennessee this September.  Xulon Press was pleased to display 740 individual titles. Our booth was the largest at the expo measuring 80′ long. The CPE Edition of the Christian Book Browser Catalog was placed in every buyers gift bag and handed out at the reception. […]

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The Weight of the Exclamation Point

Filed in Ask the Editor by on September 13, 2014 4 Comments
The Weight of the Exclamation Point

Since I started here as an editor at Xulon Press, nearly eight weeks ago, I have read at least one hundred manuscripts. Almost every manuscript I have edited and reviewed has been nonfiction. They have all been unique in their focus, voice, and message, but almost all of them have contained at least one “common […]

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