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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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A Mother’s Love: Legendary Family Recipes

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A Mother’s Love: Legendary Family Recipes

They say that it’s a challenge to master an heirloom recipe and make it the way mom does. However it’s difficult to deny that there is sacredness to family recipes and accomplishment in mastering them the way mom or grandma did. In imagining Mother’s Day gatherings full of love, laughter, flowers and food, we are […]

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Spring Cleaning: Detoxifying the Heart and Spirit

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Spring Cleaning: Detoxifying the Heart and Spirit

“Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past.” Isaiah 43:18 (NIV) Spring brings us fresh, new energy and represents new life. In taking note of the blossoming of new life, we can learn to let new emotions, dreams, and hopes come into fruition by shedding past negativity. The verse above speaks to living […]

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Call Her George: Women Writers with Male Monikers, Part 2

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Call Her George: Women Writers with Male Monikers, Part 2

What do the names George Elliot, Ellis Bell, Isak Dinesen, George Sand, and J.D. Robb all have in common? These are all names women writers have used to publish their books. In honor of Women’s History Month, this blog invites you to gain perspective on the female writer’s motives behind using a male pseudonym. So […]

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Personal Development and Prose: Why Finishing Your Novel is More Important Than You Realize

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Personal Development and Prose: Why Finishing Your Novel is More Important Than You Realize

So you’ve been waiting to jot down your story. You’ve spent days, even months planning what you’d write once you decide to write, but find yourself opting out. When you make excuses you are creating self-limiting beliefs and habits, cultivating a quitter mentality. When you procrastinate and find things to do aside writing, investigate why […]

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God’s Unrelenting Mercy: An Interview with Breast Cancer Survivor, Gail Pelletier

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God’s Unrelenting Mercy: An Interview with Breast Cancer Survivor, Gail Pelletier

For the month of October Xulon Press is taking the time to reach out to those who have recovered from breast cancer, those who have never been diagnosed with breast cancer, and those who may have lost someone to breast cancer. Gail Pelletier, a Xulon employee and breast cancer survivor shares her compelling testimony in […]

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