Author Inspirations

Sequels, Trilogies, Series – Oh My!

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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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WHAT did you say? Crafting Authentic Dialogue

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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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Scarves to Show Our Sentiment

Filed in Author Inspirations by on October 29, 2013 6 Comments
Scarves to Show Our Sentiment

In our last post for October, we want to take a moment to celebrate the memory of one of our cherished Xulon Press authors, Pamela Phillips. She published a book titled Tie One On for any chemotherapy patients who have lost their hair due to the treatments. Her how-to book is complete with various pictures […]

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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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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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