Blogs From the Publisher

Lasting Impression: Package Yourself With Class – Part One

Every day we make impressions on others. Might be good. Might be bad. But the fact of the matter is, we leave one kind or another on every person we connect with, whether it’s online, in print, or in person.

On Dictionary.com the word “impression” is defined this way:

Noun – 1. a strong effect produced on the intellect, feelings, conscience, etc.

Why Join a Christian Writers' Group?

There’s much to be said for fellowshipping with other like-minded people — especially when they are folks who feel called to share what God has done in their lives through the written word. Don’t let this valuable resource lay untapped. If there’s a Christian writers group in your area, it would be worth your time to get involved!

Marketing Your Book: Video Trailer

There are many elements to successfully marketing your book. Marketing becomes even more important when you're self-published. We recommend (and can help implement) a strong digital campaign because it is cost efficient and effective. A video trailer can hook your audience right away!

How Do I Get Published?

So you have a manuscript or an idea and you want to know how your book will ever reach an audience. You're asking yourself "How in the world will I ever get published?" Let's take a look at your options and the straight-forward path to publishing offered by Redemption Press.

Yikes! How Do I Protect My Work in the World of Self-Publishing?

The Legal World of Self Publishing

Navigating the legal maze of self-publishing is difficult for any author, but Redemption Press has the experience and tools you need to safely publish (and protect) your work.

Copyrights and ISBN Numbers

After spending 25 years in Christian publishing, I’ve seen every kind of snafu, misstep, and botch job when it comes to copyrights and ISBN numbers.

The Ripple Effect in Publishing

I was talking to a long-time author friend a few days ago and she said something that really humbled me. We were just catching up on life face-to-face on Skype, and she looked at me and said “my great grandson finished his Eagle Scout project today, because of YOU.” I felt as though I looked over my left and right shoulder thinking she must be talking to someone behind me, and said… “What? ME?”

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