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Brittnee Newman

Brittnee Newman, Marketing & Communications Strategist for Xulon Press, has been a blogger, freelance journalist and editor for just over half a decade. She joined Xulon Press as an editor in 2012, and now supports the company within the Marketing Department. Follow her on Twitter at @XulonBrittnee.

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Gather Ye Rosebuds: What Stubborn Weeds and Good Writing Have in Common

Filed in Writing Tips by on July 11, 2016 6 Comments
Gather Ye Rosebuds: What Stubborn Weeds and Good Writing Have in Common

Many authors believe that only bad writers need editing and revision. I can assure you, that idea is false. Every author needs editing; savvy writers actually get it. Here’s why: The process of writing is quite a bit like having a big backyard. I can plant beautiful, bountiful blooms. I can water them. I can watch […]

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10 Steps For Starting Your Author Blog

Filed in Marketing Your Book by on June 8, 2016 8 Comments
10 Steps For Starting Your Author Blog

Last month we talked about why every author should have a blog, and your response to that post was huge. We consistently received the same question in response: “How do I start a blog?” There are lots and lots of resources out there for newbies who want to start a blog, but to get you […]

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Video: Author Ginger Sanders Talks About Disaster Ministry and Her Experience At Sandy Hook Elementary

Filed in Author Inspirations, Video by on May 11, 2016 3 Comments
Video: Author Ginger Sanders Talks About Disaster Ministry and Her Experience At Sandy Hook Elementary

Our country has been rocked in recent years by some catastrophic events: amongst them, the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary and the movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado. Author Ginger Sanders was there for both of those events as part of the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team. Her first book with Xulon Press, He Goes Before […]

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The Truth In My Tennis Shoes

Filed in Author Inspirations by on April 7, 2016 0 Comments
The Truth In My Tennis Shoes

Sometimes I think running is a lot like writing. I learned this lesson after a long, hard run two years ago. I laced up dirty, embarrassingly tattered tennis shoes, and my ankles churned across the asphalt until the concrete beneath me yielded up truth and clarity. I had vowed to run away from all the things which were […]

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With Childlike Faith: A New Way to Look at the Crucifixion

Filed in From the Desk of... by on March 25, 2016 9 Comments
With Childlike Faith: A New Way to Look at the Crucifixion

By Elizabeth Marrero She hung close to her mom as she watched the man carrying a cross down the aisle. She let out a shriek and tried to run to help him when they whipped his back. She cried with him, helpless as she watched the horrible scene unfold before her, so emotional that she […]

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