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The Last of the “Somedays”: Why Writing a Book Can’t Wait

Filed in Motivation Mondays by on August 17, 2015 10 Comments
The Last of the “Somedays”: Why Writing a Book Can’t Wait

In 2013, we signed an author who was still early in the process of writing a book. Our team provided coaching and guidance, but she had yet to finish her book. Unfortunately, she unexpectedly passed away last week. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her friends and family. I think I may be the […]

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Xulon Press Leaves Its Mark at the 2015 International Christian Retail Show (ICRS)

Filed in Marketing Your Book by on August 2, 2015 7 Comments
Xulon Press Leaves Its Mark at the 2015 International Christian Retail Show (ICRS)

Each year, Xulon Press attends trade shows all over the world. Trade shows promote your books, they promote our authors, and highlight all of the aspects which make Xulon Press the leading Christian self-publisher in the industry. One of the most exciting trade shows we attended this year was the International Christian Retail Show (ICRS), the largest Christian […]

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Xulon Press author Susan Folger featured on The 700 Club

Xulon Press author Susan Folger featured on The 700 Club

Imprisoned Addict Substitutes Alcohol For Living Water. After 40 years of addiction and her fourth DUI, Susan received a prison sentence. While behind bars, she began to read the Bible and attend the chapel services which ultimately introduced her to a new life of hope. […]

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How To Write an Award-Winning Children’s Book

Filed in Author Inspirations by on June 30, 2015 2 Comments
How To Write an Award-Winning Children’s Book

During the month of June, we’ve been cheerleading a segment of authors who write some of the sweetest books around: those who write children’s stories. To cap things off, we’re featuring a special guest blogger, Terry Doherty of Mom’s Choice Awards and The Reading Tub. We wanted to find out what she looks for when […]

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The Most Common Mistake in Writing a Children’s Book—and How to Avoid It

Filed in Ask the Editor by on June 24, 2015 1 Comment
The Most Common Mistake in Writing a Children’s Book—and How to Avoid It

Who doesn’t have a children’s book that they have cherished and grown to love over time, hoping to share with their children when they reach the right age? This month we’re talking about writing and self-publishing children’s books on the blog, and it reminds me of my love of reading—and how I don’t have enough fingers […]

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