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Why We Write: Writing As Your Catharsis

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Why We Write: Writing As Your Catharsis

Writing has always been a highly functional tool of self-expression for people, and writing as a way to express what’s on your heart and spirit has been found to have healing benefits. When you write about an isolated traumatic incident, which has changed you for better or for worse, it allows you to do something […]

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Why We Write: To Share Our Passion

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Why We Write: To Share Our Passion

At a recent editorial meeting, each of us editors threw around ideas, possibilities, and topics for the Xulon Press Blog. While the other editors had their own ideas, I had a blog topic in mind that I didn’t think exactly answered the question at hand: why do we write? However, once I explained what I […]

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Why We Write: To Leave a Legacy

Filed in Ask the Editor by on February 11, 2015 0 Comments
Why We Write: To Leave a Legacy

What do you think about when you hear the word “legacy”? Synonyms relating to this word include inheritance, birthright, heirloom, etc. A legacy doesn’t have to be a tangible object; it can also be a treasured word of wisdom, funny anecdote or memory that offers a valuable piece of advice. Could your life story be […]

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Top 5 questions all future authors ask

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Top 5 questions all future authors ask

There are 5 top questions all future authors ask themselves. For many, this process actually started months or even years ago; they question their ability to write a book. While every person who desires to write a book asks themselves these types of questions, not everyone takes the time to find the answers. Here are the top […]

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Introducing Xulon’s New Editorial Critique Service

Filed in Ask the Editor by on January 27, 2015 3 Comments

In 2014, the most helpful feedback that the editorial department received from our authors was that they wished they could have received more in-depth feedback on their manuscripts prior to going into editing and production. The manuscript review was of course helpful, but it wasn’t the thorough read-through and analyzation of a book’s content, structure, characterization, and so […]

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