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Blair Townley

Blair Townley joined the Xulon Press family as a Staff Editor in May 2013, helping first-time authors prepare their treasured manuscripts for publication. Prior to Xulon Press, she previously worked as a staff writer/editor for several Central Florida-based magazines over the past decade. What Blair enjoys most about writing and editing is getting to help others share their stories, helping others see themselves as the unique individuals God created them to be.

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The Xulon Experience: Author Pam Mann

Filed in The Xulon Experience by on December 11, 2013 2 Comments
The Xulon Experience: Author Pam Mann

Xulon Press author Pam Mann, who recently published her second book No Mountain Too High, shares with readers the enjoyment she had with both of her publishing experiences with Xulon Press. She discusses the comforting guidance she felt from representatives during the publishing process and how she hopes to encourage others to have their books […]

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Sequels, Trilogies, Series – Oh My!

Filed in Ask the Editor, Author Inspirations by on December 2, 2013 0 Comments
Sequels, Trilogies, Series – Oh My!

As we draw to a close this month’s National Novel Writing Month, novel writers everywhere will be basking in the glow of accomplishment from completing their first novel. Ah, your first novel in your hands — it’s a beautiful thing! Yet, someone is bound to ask the inevitable question: “So, when are you going to […]

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Know the Stats on Breast Cancer

Filed in From the Desk of... by on October 9, 2013 3 Comments
Know the Stats on Breast Cancer

Breast cancer affects everyone, whether you are a survivor, a caretaker or just part of the support network for someone battling the life-threatening disease. Breast cancer doesn’t care if you are a man or a woman, young or old, healthy or not – it affects everyone and anyone. As Xulon Press celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness […]

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Write How You Write, Not How You Speak

Filed in Ask the Editor by on September 13, 2013 8 Comments
Write How You Write, Not How You Speak

Everyone enjoys telling a story, whether it’s a treasured memory from the past or the funny incident that occurred on the way to work. When it comes to writing a self-published book for the enjoyment of others, more thought will be needed to turn a memorable story into a well-written manuscript. It doesn’t matter if […]

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A Story About Me — That’s Easy, Right?

Filed in Ask the Editor by on August 23, 2013 0 Comments
A Story About Me — That’s Easy, Right?

We’ve all had that thought in our minds – “I should write down my life story and share it.” You may have endured several trials, climbed many mountains and witnessed several miracles in your timeline that could make even the most critical reader an instant fan. So, how do you start to put years of […]

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