In your school days, do you remember getting an English paper returned enlivened with colorful red marks? “Red marks” now come computerized in a word-processing program with “track changes” enabled, but the feeling may be the same when an editor returns your manuscript marked with more changes than you think warranted.
I work with authors every day helping them process orders for their books and track down shipments, among many other duties for Redemption Press, and one of the most common questions I receive from authors is “How long until I receive my order?”
If you're a Christian author, and you've experienced the book publishing process, then you've likely done some book promotions in the past and experienced various results. I'll even venture to say you've tried some and not had great success. So why not have a paradigm shift on the subject, try some new things, and maybe even get outside of your comfort zone?
If you're an author with a book you want to get back into print, you may be ignoring a key element. Many authors only consider doing the basics, but there’s so much more that can be done to enhance your book.
In the last post, I shared my experience with an author who was meticulous in doing her homework and finding out the truth at multiple levels when comparing Redemption Press to Xulon and Westbow. Not an easy task since doing so is like comparing apples to oranges!