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Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight: Dr. Minnie Boyer Woodruff

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Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight: Dr. Minnie Boyer Woodruff

In this Mother’s Day edition of the Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight, we focus on one of America’s best treasures: our classroom teachers. Dr. Minnie Boyer Woodruff has dedicated her life to teaching: in the classroom, the boardroom and the living room.

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Author Inspirations: The Makings of a Mother

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Author Inspirations: The Makings of a Mother

When I was in the editorial meeting for planning upcoming blog topics and we arrived at the idea of a Mother’s Day post, Xulon Press author Mary Oksman came to mind like a flash of lightning. I came into contact with Mary because I was assigned to fulfill the editorial service she purchased as well […]

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Pastors, Leaders and the Power of Books in Ministry

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Pastors, Leaders and the Power of Books in Ministry

Over the past few weeks, Xulon Press has participated in several events that were focused on reaching out to and connecting with pastors and church leaders. These events have given us the opportunity to hear the heart of church leaders and the ability to see how we can partner with them, accomplishing their goals for both their ministry and […]

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Ask the Editor: The Particulars of Prose

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Ask the Editor: The Particulars of Prose

I’d venture to say that when most people hear the word “poem”, they think of rhymes and jokes – either due to high school Shakespeare or college limericks about drinking. The other side of poetry, non-rhyming and more thematic, tends to either elude or scare people. The fall of the line break is unpredictable. It’s […]

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Author Inspirations: Playing with Prompts

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Author Inspirations: Playing with Prompts

Writing prompts are engineered to act as a tool to get you writing. They can extend themselves to any genre of writing that can help you, the writer, get your ideas on paper. You can use these prompts in a poem, for your journal, or even in a work of fiction. In keeping with the […]

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