The Publishing Jungle Video Series – Part One

The Publishing Jungle Video Series – Part One

So you’re a writer or an author and you have a manuscript that you believe is ready to publish or you need a better publishing option, what’s next? Perhaps you’re unsettled with your current or previous self-publisher or maybe you’re just getting into the publishing...
The Bookstore Myth – Part Two

The Bookstore Myth – Part Two

Aspiring authors often believe there’s a chance to get their books into Christian bookstores and onto endcaps or big displays across the nation. And they are right. There is certainly a possibility. The question is, at what cost? Here are a few more areas I’d like to...
The Bookstore Myth – Part One

The Bookstore Myth – Part One

I remember back in 1994 when I worked with Joyce Hart. At that time she had a marketing company to Christian bookstores and helped us get set up with Spring Arbor Distributors. She is now a literary agent, and Spring Arbor has been bought out by secular conglomerate,...
Crowdfunding  as a Means to Underwriting the Cost of Publishing

Crowdfunding as a Means to Underwriting the Cost of Publishing

Over the last 25 years, I have watched God use creative ways to fund a publishing project. From generous philanthropists, to unexpected inheritances, to insurance settlements, to benevolence by a dying relative, I’ve seen book projects funded…. to the tune of tens of...
Lasting Impressions: Package Yourself With Class – Part Seven

Lasting Impressions: Package Yourself With Class – Part Seven

INTANGIBLE COMPONENTS So, we’ve covered a lot over these last six posts. And all of the discussion so far has revolved around tangible components you will want to implement in order to create a professional image online, in print, and in person. There are, however,...

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