Tag: Xulon Press self-publishing

Exploring Online Book Communities

Exploring Online Book Communities

At this point, most of us know the importance of having an online presence, particularly as an author. It’s the best way for authors and writers alike to establish and promote themselves within the publishing community.  Whether we like it or not, the industry is moving in a digital direction. Event announcements, interacting with readers, […]

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Learning How to Take Constructive Criticism

Filed in Ask the Editor, Writing Tips by on March 18, 2019 1 Comment
Learning How to Take Constructive Criticism

There’s a first time for everything I can still remember my first real exposure to constructive criticism of my writing. Sophomore year of college, I received my first C+ on a paper in my entire educational career. Immediately, I rationalized the grade had to be a mistake. I read the remarks my professor left on […]

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Changes Are Coming to Your Favorite Book Publisher!

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Changes Are Coming to Your Favorite Book Publisher!

We’ve got some exciting changes coming to our Author Service Department this March. These changes will affect the way we do our job as your book publisher.  Just as a book has a beginning, middle, and end, so does the process of creating a book. Imagine it like running a relay race. You will now […]

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Maximize Your Reach with Holiday Shoppers

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Maximize Your Reach with Holiday Shoppers

At this point, many of us know that the holidays are the biggest book-buying season of the year. That being said, books don’t sell themselves (usually). You’ll need to be sure that you’re doing your very best when it comes to marketing your book to help maximize your reach with those holiday shoppers. Just how […]

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The Most Common Mistake in Writing a Children’s Book—and How to Avoid It

Filed in Ask the Editor by on June 24, 2015 1 Comment
The Most Common Mistake in Writing a Children’s Book—and How to Avoid It

Who doesn’t have a children’s book that they have cherished and grown to love over time, hoping to share with their children when they reach the right age? This month we’re talking about writing and self-publishing children’s books on the blog, and it reminds me of my love of reading—and how I don’t have enough fingers […]

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