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Ask the Editor: You Complete Me…Footnotes vs. Endnotes

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Ask the Editor: You Complete Me…Footnotes vs. Endnotes

Here at Xulon Press, we as editors often see footnote and endnote citations in many of our authors’ books. Footnotes and endnotes are great elements to give your material more clout, whether it is fiction, non-fiction or even academic material. Both are effective in adding credibility to you as a writer and solidifying the body […]

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Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight: Kat Kerr

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Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight: Kat Kerr

It is my honor and privilege to present today’s Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight featuring world renowned minister, successful public speaker and captivating orator Kat Kerr, author of “Revealing Heaven I”, “Revealing Heaven II” and her soon to be released third book, all published by Xulon Press.

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Ask the Editor: The Grammar Debate

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Ask the Editor: The Grammar Debate

So you thought this would be a post on which grammar rules are official and which ones are made up. That’s not where we’re headed. This is more of a duel than a debate – as in, the dueling forms of grammar all contained in one manuscript. Being the author, you decide which grammar rules […]

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From the Desk of the Editor: Squashing Your Inner Critic and Other Fun Ways to Fix Your Creative Dry Spell

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From the Desk of the Editor: Squashing Your Inner Critic and Other Fun Ways to Fix Your Creative Dry Spell

There is nothing more exciting than penning a novel, poem, essay, prose, blog or script. Any writer looking to complete a piece of work suffers from highs and lows in the writing process – from the sweet rush of ideas that flood the soul at random times of the day, month or even years, to […]

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Ask the Editor: How to Outline a Non-Fiction Book

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Ask the Editor: How to Outline a Non-Fiction Book

If you asked me to list the three fears I picked up in high school English, they would be diagramming sentences, red ink and outlining. I’ve never gotten past my red ink complex, but I can now see the true value in outlining any writing project before touching fingers to the keyboard. Contractors don’t build […]

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