I sat nervously at the keyboard, waiting to hit “send” as I practiced some breathing exercises designed to increase my sense of calm. Then, with a steady exhalation of breath and a click of the left mouse button, my manuscript was off for coaching and editing review.... read more
After spending six months hovered over my computer writing my manuscript, I was finally ready to pursue a publisher. When I met with three literary agents at the Write to Publish conference, I was told my memoir would not even be considered by a traditional publisher... read more
Recently, a good friend made an offer that I had to accept. He is a persuasive fellow–a psychologist, in fact. He also is the author of several books in his field, and knows the publishing business. And what was his offer? He and his wife would be happy to open... read more
Women hear the word imperfectly brave and they instantly connect. It’s as if it has been a piece they’ve been missing. A part that ushers them into their freedom; really that ushers them into the arms of their Maker. As I started to write Imperfectly Brave, I didn’t... read more
By Dan Blankenship Like a lot of people, I had a great idea for a novel, but was unsure about how to get it published once I finished writing it. I searched out a lot of different options, and I even signed up with a business that would pitch my novel to any and all... read more
After 25 years as a professional writer, one of Redemption Press’ authors, Kathryn Dahlstrom, got the break she had been waiting for – she landed a job as a screenplay writer for an upcoming Hollywood film called The Composer. The Composer is based on the true... read more
I’ve been around Christian publishing since 1987 when I helped our ministry self-publish an important resource for Vietnam veterans and their families. That book went on to be picked up by a royalty publisher and has since sold over 250,000 copies with a million in print.
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