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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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Xulon Press Leaves Its Mark at the 2015 International Christian Retail Show (ICRS)

Filed in Marketing Your Book by on August 2, 2015 7 Comments
Xulon Press Leaves Its Mark at the 2015 International Christian Retail Show (ICRS)

Each year, Xulon Press attends trade shows all over the world. Trade shows promote your books, they promote our authors, and highlight all of the aspects which make Xulon Press the leading Christian self-publisher in the industry. One of the most exciting trade shows we attended this year was the International Christian Retail Show (ICRS), the largest Christian […]

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How To Write an Award-Winning Children’s Book

Filed in Author Inspirations by on June 30, 2015 2 Comments
How To Write an Award-Winning Children’s Book

During the month of June, we’ve been cheerleading a segment of authors who write some of the sweetest books around: those who write children’s stories. To cap things off, we’re featuring a special guest blogger, Terry Doherty of Mom’s Choice Awards and The Reading Tub. We wanted to find out what she looks for when […]

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12 Reasons You Should Write a Book in 2014

Filed in Author Inspirations, From the Desk of... by on January 31, 2014 6 Comments
12 Reasons You Should Write a Book in 2014

To write or not to write? That is definitely the question. Lucky for you, I’ve got answers—12 of them, to be exact. Here’s my top 12 reasons you should publish your book in 2014: Because it’s a much easier goal than that Ironman competition you almost signed up for at midnight on New Year’s Eve. […]

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WHAT did you say? Crafting Authentic Dialogue

Filed in Ask the Editor, Author Inspirations by on November 20, 2013 2 Comments
WHAT did you say? Crafting Authentic Dialogue

Written by: Eddie Cruz Because I’m currently doing penance for my last gigantic post, this one will need your input to see completion. Also, if you lack the time—or the energy, or the inclination—to read this through, take away this one thing, which will transform your dialogue: Read it aloud; I promise your ear will […]

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Celebrations, Sweater Weather and Pretty Pink Ribbons: An Ode to October at Xulon Press

Filed in From the Desk of... by on October 4, 2013 1 Comment
Celebrations, Sweater Weather and Pretty Pink Ribbons: An Ode to October at Xulon Press

I love the month of October. Football season is in full swing, pumpkin coffee permeates the air at the coffee shop where I write and—mysteriously—crystal dishes of mini chocolate bars appear on every desk. In Florida, we don’t get the same spectacle of changing forestry as other regions, but the temp drops below ninety, teasing […]

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