Archive for March, 2019

Learning How to Take Constructive Criticism

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Learning How to Take Constructive Criticism

There’s a first time for everything I can still remember my first real exposure to constructive criticism of my writing. Sophomore year of college, I received my first C+ on a paper in my entire educational career. Immediately, I rationalized the grade had to be a mistake. I read the remarks my professor left on […]

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Books to Read for International Women’s Day

Filed in Editor's Picks by on March 8, 2019 0 Comments
Books to Read for International Women’s Day

It’s International Women’s Day, and we’re celebrating the only way we know how: with books. Specifically, with books written by some amazing female authors who are determined to inspire through print and leave their mark on future generations. Whether they’re talking about the importance of friendship, how we can be better together, truths that will […]

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Changes Are Coming to Your Favorite Book Publisher!

Filed in The Xulon Experience by on March 5, 2019 0 Comments
Changes Are Coming to Your Favorite Book Publisher!

We’ve got some exciting changes coming to our Author Service Department this March. These changes will affect the way we do our job as your book publisher.  Just as a book has a beginning, middle, and end, so does the process of creating a book. Imagine it like running a relay race. You will now […]

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