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Ask the Editor: How to Position Your Autobiography

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Ask the Editor: How to Position Your Autobiography

We’ve kept our eye on a growing trend here at Xulon Press and, of course, wanted to pass this knowledge on to our author family. “Autobiography” sounds like a straightforward, cut and dry genre, but there are so many ways it can be done. We want to help you make the best of your life’s memories in […]

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In Pursuit of Personification: Writing Stories to Honor Your Animal Friends

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In Pursuit of Personification: Writing Stories to Honor Your Animal Friends

It is no surprise animal stories are a favorite among many readers. For one, animal lovers are able to connect to pets, while readers who may not be animal lovers gain a new perspective. Readers can get questions to answers surrounding ways animals interpret the ever-changing world. Writers exercise creativity by providing a voice for […]

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Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight: Maynard Bork

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Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight: Maynard Bork

Our latest edition of the Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight features Maynard Bork, author of two books. “Fifty Two plus One – Devotional Letters For The Heart”, a collection of 52 letters, each written from the author to his reader. Although you could read this book at one sitting, the author’s intention is that the […]

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Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover – or Do You?

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Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover – or Do You?

When it comes to your book, the front cover will be the first thing any potential readers (buyers) will see. This can easily be the first impression your book will have on them. Sometimes our personal style or lack of experience can lead us to make poor choices in the matter. What do you do? […]

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Advice Only a Mother Can Give: Writing Books of Guidance for All Children

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Advice Only a Mother Can Give: Writing Books of Guidance for All Children

Take it from Mom; she knows best — “You probably should bring a jacket,” or “Don’t chew with your mouth open.” As an adult, you will find yourself speaking these same fateful sayings to your children, while giving the “I mean it” face when they refuse. The words of a mother are ones that each […]

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