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Hello, My Name Is: How a Great Intro Will Chart Your Book’s Path.

Filed in Ask the Editor, Writing Tips by on October 8, 2015 2 Comments
Hello, My Name Is: How a Great Intro Will Chart Your Book’s Path.

  Why Writing an Introduction Helps Chart Your Book’s Path. Imagine you have a map in front of you, but for some reason there is no starting point to lead your journey in the right direction. The same sentiment can be felt when you read a manuscript that doesn’t have a Preface/Introduction/Prologue section to briefly explain to […]

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Haven’t you heard? Books are the new black.

Filed in From the Desk of... by on September 30, 2015 5 Comments
Haven’t you heard? Books are the new black.

The newest numbers confirm what authors, book lovers and the publishing industry have all secretly known: People still love books. And they like the old-fashioned kind. Not just the kind of books you read on devices which require wall chargers. Polls show that Millennials (roughly defined as those between the ages of 18 and 34 in 2015), […]

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Passive Voice: It’s So Passé

Filed in Ask the Editor, Writing Tips by on September 29, 2015 1 Comment
Passive Voice: It’s So Passé

  Passive voice has a time and place in writing, as it serves to be a stylistic additive in many books and papers. In some cases, people prefer passive voice in creative pieces, such as poetry and prose; however, writing in passive voice too often in your fiction and non-fiction pieces can cloud your writing. The […]

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Xulon Press Proudly Announces Winners of September 2015 Christian Writers Awards Writing Contest

Filed in Competitions and Awards by on September 10, 2015 2 Comments
Xulon Press Proudly Announces Winners of  September 2015 Christian Writers Awards Writing Contest

Xulon Press was excited to once again extend the opportunity to Christian writers to have their work recognized and be rewarded. Besides the great honor of being named September 2015 Christian Writers Awards Writing Contest winner, the grand prize first-place winner will […]

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Back to “School” To Re-Start Your Book

Filed in Ask the Editor, Writing Tips by on September 3, 2015 2 Comments
Back to “School” To Re-Start Your Book

The idea has been realized; the outline has been established; maybe a couple of pages have already been written for the book that has been placed on your heart to write. Yet as with all writers, regardless of education, skill set or experience, obstacles will come about to impede progress and, if left unchecked, will […]

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