February Things: Black History Month, How to Write a Devotional, and Why We “Heart” Xulon Press.

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And just like that, the first month of 2016 is already gone. But here on the Xulon Press blog, we’re launching headfirst into all things February.

We’re inviting authors to share what they love about Xulon Press on social media using the hashtag #IHeartXP. What made you choose Xulon Press? Our award-winning designers? Perhaps you appreciate our steadfast commitment to keeping messages of hope on the shelves of bookstores around the world? Share it with us now on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram by tagging @XulonPress and using the hashtag #IHeartXP. 

February is also Black History Month, which we’ll be celebrating with a couple of dedicated posts on the blog. This country would not be the same without the brave prayers of so many of its African-American citizens; just as American literature would not be the same without the contributions of so many fantastic African-American authors. We’ll be putting out a list of our top books to read during Black History Month, and I strongly encourage you to pick one—at least one—book by one of these very talented writers to read over the next few weeks. The landscape of literature has been richly improved by their contributions.

We’ll also be providing a steady flow of the educational content you’ve come to know and expect from Xulon Press: writing tips and tricks, and a special piece dedicated exclusively to best practices for writing devotionals and Bible studies. If you’re in the middle of writing a devotional, you’ll want to keep your eyes peeled for expert advice from our staff editors.

(#IHeartXP too),

Brittnee Newman

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Brittnee Newman, Marketing & Communications Strategist for Xulon Press, has been a blogger, freelance journalist and editor for just over half a decade. She joined Xulon Press as an editor in 2012, and now supports the company within the Marketing Department. Follow her on Twitter at @XulonBrittnee.

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