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New:  Publishing Today Radio with Athena Dean Holtz

New: Publishing Today Radio with Athena Dean Holtz

I will be hosting a new weekly radio show, Publishing Today Radio, on Voice America every Saturday at 10 AM beginning May 2nd. Weekly radio show “Publishing Today: Clear Direction for a Changing Industry” to air Saturdays on Voice America. This show is geared towards... read more
Crossbooks Closes Doors

Crossbooks Closes Doors

We received an alarming phone call yesterday from a Crossbooks author, saying he received an email that the publisher was closing their doors and all their moneys would be refunded. I had to contact a pastor friend whom I knew was in the process of publishing with... read more
The Publishing Jungle Video Series – Part Two

The Publishing Jungle Video Series – Part Two

In the first part of the Publishing Jungle video series we covered the history of Christian publishing and Redemption Press, types of publishing and publishing terms as well as how you, the Christian author, can do your due diligence and make comparisons to find the... read more
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... read more
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... read more
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,... read more

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