It’s been two weeks since CrossBooks announced they were closing up shop.
The email announcing their closure was sent in the name of CrossBooks was actually from secular self-publishing conglomerate Author Solutions, and it went to all CrossBooks authors in process and in print.
In this slideshow presentation, Athena Dean Holtz walks us through the process of turning a series of sermons into a professional, publishable book.
Watch the slideshow below to discover the benefits of getting your sermons into book form and why this just might be perfect for you. From funding options to editing to all the steps and tips from a pro, this post has you covered!
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 best publishing option for your work.
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 game. It's time to choose your best publishing options, but how? We invite you to learn.
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, seven intangible components I'd like to share with you in wrapping up.