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Xulon Press authors represented well at the 2013 International Christian Retail Show (ICRS)

Filed in Marketing Your Book by on July 30, 2013 2 Comments
Xulon Press authors represented well at the 2013 International Christian Retail Show (ICRS)

The International Christian Retail Show (ICRS) was held June 23rd – 26th in St. Louis, Missouri. There were 1,481 professional buyers from 57 countries and total attendance was over 3,700 individuals. Xulon Press had premium booth placement and over 30 authors in attendance. There were 3 successful book signing events with long lines by Kiki […]

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Ask the Editor: Front Matters

Filed in Ask the Editor by on July 25, 2013 14 Comments
Ask the Editor: Front Matters

Until recently, most incoming manuscripts to Xulon HQ had a title page and, maybe, an Acknowledgements page. This month, however, we have been inundated with Prefaces, Introductions, Author’s Notes, Forewords, and every flavor of frontmatter that only people who are paid to care about can actually define. Usually.

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Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight: Poet Arthur Harris

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Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight: Poet Arthur Harris

This is our first Xulon Press Successful Author Spotlight featuring a published poet, showcasing the beautiful and inspiring work of Arthur Harris, The Rainbow at Midnight, along with several published poems in the NY Times, and his soon to be published second book “Devotions In All Seasons”.

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From the Desk of the Editor: Xulon Press Salutes the Troops

Filed in From the Desk of... by on July 16, 2013 1 Comment
From the Desk of the Editor: Xulon Press Salutes the Troops

Here at Xulon Press, we’re embracing all things American in July. We’ve debated the nuances of self-publishing historical and political writing, but we’d be grossly remiss if we didn’t recognize the individuals who protect our right to pen those opinions so freely.

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Letting History Speak in Fiction Novels

Filed in Author Inspirations by on July 11, 2013 0 Comments
Letting History Speak in Fiction Novels

For all those history buffs out there, it can be a common complaint when it comes to fiction books. You pick up a book that takes place in a time period you enjoy (at least that’s what you read from the back cover) and prepare your mind to take a journey into another era of […]

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