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Krystina Murray

Krystina Murray is a Staff Editor at Xulon Press with over six years of editing experience. When she isn't helping writers improve their manuscripts, she devotes her time to crafting poetry and short stories, maintains an exciting food blog and completes copy writing advertisements for small businesses.

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Why We Write: Writing As Your Catharsis

Filed in Motivation Mondays by on March 2, 2015 2 Comments
Why We Write: Writing As Your Catharsis

Writing has always been a highly functional tool of self-expression for people, and writing as a way to express what’s on your heart and spirit has been found to have healing benefits. When you write about an isolated traumatic incident, which has changed you for better or for worse, it allows you to do something […]

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Meet the Team: Sabine Khouri, Evangelist in Ministry

Filed in Meet the Team by on October 31, 2014 3 Comments
Meet the Team: Sabine Khouri, Evangelist in Ministry

October is Pastor Appreciation month, a time for us to recognize and thank those that serve in all areas of ministry. As this month comes to a close, we would like to share the story of one of our own employees, Sabine Khouri. Sabine is our press release writer, who embodies leadership, faith and humility. […]

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Research Your Rhetoric: Generalizations and Citation

Filed in Ask the Editor by on October 13, 2014 0 Comments
Research Your Rhetoric: Generalizations and Citation

Generalizations are a common aspect of rhetorical communication, as it creates a common ground in conversation. In any area of education and entertainment, viewers/readers are subjected to generalizations, as they are easy to relate to and often contain a grain of truth. This post will briefly examine the pros and cons of generalizations/stereotypes and the […]

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Discipline and Persistence: When in Doubt, Write

Filed in Author Inspirations by on August 7, 2014 1 Comment
Discipline and Persistence: When in Doubt, Write

Author Mary Garden puts it frankly on the writing-discipline connection in her quote, “My block was due to two overlapping factors: laziness and lack of discipline.” There are several methods to keep in mind when attempting to finish your book, or getting started […]

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In Pursuit of Personification: Writing Stories to Honor Your Animal Friends

Filed in Author Inspirations by on May 26, 2014 0 Comments
In Pursuit of Personification: Writing Stories to Honor Your Animal Friends

It is no surprise animal stories are a favorite among many readers. For one, animal lovers are able to connect to pets, while readers who may not be animal lovers gain a new perspective. Readers can get questions to answers surrounding ways animals interpret the ever-changing world. Writers exercise creativity by providing a voice for […]

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