Author Inspirations

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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Leaning on Leaders: Lessons for Leaders, Teachers and Preachers

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Leaning on Leaders: Lessons for Leaders, Teachers and Preachers

What are characteristics of a good leader, teacher or a preacher? Some may say the ability to deeply connect and capture one’s audience with his or her presence; others may say maintaining an understanding of how to communicate to an audience’s needs. Titus 1:4-14 provides a telling and wise description of leadership:  “For an overseer, […]

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Letting History Speak in Fiction Novels

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Letting History Speak in Fiction Novels

For all those history buffs out there, it can be a common complaint when it comes to fiction books. You pick up a book that takes place in a time period you enjoy (at least that’s what you read from the back cover) and prepare your mind to take a journey into another era of […]

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Wave Your Flag: Publishing Americana, Historical and Political Writing

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Wave Your Flag: Publishing Americana, Historical and Political Writing

In eighth grade, my American History class was required to memorize the preamble to the Declaration of Independence, and my teacher offered two points of extra credit for each word we memorized after that. I memorized the entire thing. Yes, you read that right. My fourteen-year-old-self memorized all 1,337 words of blissful Jeffersonian jargon in the […]

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Xulon Press Announces 2013 July Christian Choice Writing Contest is Officially Open

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Xulon Press Announces 2013 July Christian Choice Writing Contest is Officially Open

First-place winner to receive Xulon Press Elite Publishing Package and more. Maitland, FL July 1, 2013 Xulon Press is now accepting original entries of up to 4,000 characters (including spaces – approximately 700 to 750 words) from all authors for the 2013 July Christian Choice Writing Contest. Xulon Press welcomes entries from both amateur and […]

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