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Successful Author Spotlight: Nicholas Papanicolaou

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Successful Author Spotlight: Nicholas Papanicolaou

 Xulon author Nicholas Papanicolaou is no stranger to hard work. Born in Athens, Greece, he came to the United States when he was sixteen to attend boarding school in Massachusetts. After earning a bachelors degree in Economics from Harvard, a masters in Business Administration from Columbia, and a doctorate in Theology from Phoenix University of Theology, […]

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Writing Tips: 5 Things Every Devotional Should Contain

Filed in Writing Tips by on February 19, 2016 2 Comments
Writing Tips: 5 Things Every Devotional Should Contain

One of the most popular types of manuscripts we publish at Xulon Press is a devotional. While a writing a devotional may sound like a simple task, there are many that lack the basic “bones” every devotional needs to be successful (and most of all, helpful to the reader). So, here’s a list of what […]

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How One Christian Author Shed the Weight of Perfectionism

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How One Christian Author Shed the Weight of Perfectionism

The pressure of perfectionism finds everyone at some point in life. Author Tiffany Wasson struggled with it in her personal and Christian life: the wife of an aspiring pastor, mother of two young sons and devoted member within the body of Christ. Until she attended a woman’s conference three years ago, which sparked the realization that perfection is impossible—except through God. […]

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What Black History Month Taught Us About Telling Our Stories

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What Black History Month Taught Us About Telling Our Stories

As we celebrate Black History Month, Publishing Consultant Kenneth Clark talks about the role that history, legacy, and story preservation have played in black history within the United States. […]

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Top 5 Books to Read for Black History Month

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Top 5 Books to Read for Black History Month

I have very distinct memories of Black History Month in the primary grades: reading about Martin Luther King Jr., watching movies about Jackie Robinson, and painting a lot of clasped hands in different shades of paint. Now I know that, as a writer, the most significant way for me to celebrate this month is to […]

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