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Meet the Team: Amanda Wright’s Design Work Packs Quite the Punch

Filed in Meet the Team by on August 28, 2014 2 Comments
Meet the Team: Amanda Wright’s Design Work Packs Quite the Punch

It was a “leap of faith” as she calls it, but Xulon Press’s Amanda Wright knew that God was calling her to the Sunshine State, from Pennsylvania, to become part of our graphic design team in December of 2009. Her work has spoken for her, as she and our other gifted graphic designers have inspired […]

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Pastor/Author Bob Franquiz talks about Xulon and the importance of a publishing partner

Filed in The Xulon Experience by on August 15, 2014 1 Comment
Pastor/Author Bob Franquiz talks about Xulon and the importance of a publishing partner

“I have this belief: every Pastor should write. Pastors research most topics more than the average writer. We preach on subjects for years and have a depth of knowledge that most would love to have before they begin writing a book. Bottom line: Pastors were born to write. When I was writing my first book, […]

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Philip Chavanne’s The Early Tales of Snow and Oakham

Philip Chavanne’s The Early Tales of Snow and Oakham

A sense of place is critical in engaging fiction. Oh, I suppose you could write some uomo senza nome-type landscape where characters interact in an unsubstantial vacuum. (Great dialogue, after all, can redeem a multitude of literary sins.) But the resulting book might not much connect with normal readers […]

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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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