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8 Writing Tips from a Literary Master

Filed in Ask the Editor, Motivation Mondays by on March 9, 2017 0 Comments
8 Writing Tips from a Literary Master

The Chronicles of Narnia; The Screwtape Letters, Mere Christianity: C.S. Lewis is recognized as one of the most influential writers and Christian apologists of the twentieth century. His insight into writing is impeccable and real, which one American girl learned in 1959 when she asked the revered, British author advice on how to write. What he sent […]

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5 Easy Steps to an Elevator Pitch

Filed in Marketing Your Book by on November 30, 2016 1 Comment
5 Easy Steps to an Elevator Pitch

If you’re envisioning three tech guys talking about how their startup is going to be the next big thing, you’re in luck– because this isn’t about that kind of pitch. While pitching sometimes gets a bad rap, it’s important to be able to convey the message of your work quickly, clearly and concisely. An elevator […]

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The 10 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Writing a Book

Filed in Video, Writing Tips by on October 15, 2016 0 Comments
The 10 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Writing a Book

What comes first, a chapter or the title? How long is too long? Our panel of publishing experts answers your most frequently asked questions about writing a book! Related Posts: Ask the Editor: How to Outline a Non-Fiction Book Ask the Editor: How Do I Choose A Title for My Book? 5 Quick, Daily Exercises […]

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Writing Tips: 5 Things Every Devotional Should Contain

Filed in Writing Tips by on February 19, 2016 2 Comments
Writing Tips: 5 Things Every Devotional Should Contain

One of the most popular types of manuscripts we publish at Xulon Press is a devotional. While a writing a devotional may sound like a simple task, there are many that lack the basic “bones” every devotional needs to be successful (and most of all, helpful to the reader). So, here’s a list of what […]

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4 Tips for Writing Children’s Books on Grown-Up Topics

Filed in Writing Tips by on June 17, 2015 0 Comments
4 Tips for Writing Children’s Books on Grown-Up Topics

When many think of writing children’s books, images of talking animals communicating with awe-struck children come to mind. Many of these children’s stories aptly summarize the youthful whimsy of naivety, as the young protagonists are captivated by every angle of his or her growing experience. Some may even feel the role of children’s books would be […]

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