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
Your title in combination with your cover can make you or break you. The success of your book highly depends on the first impression you give with your cover and title. Make your title sing. This means your title should be easy to say and should flow well. Your title... read more
One of the first steps in writing a book is determining the purpose. Why are you writing this book? Is it for personal enjoyment? Is it to aid in and record your spiritual growth? (Journaling is a good example of this.) Is it to earn part- or full-time income... read more
With the advent of DIY publishing where writers can publish their book with the click of a button, many concerns arise. Unfortunately, many new writers make the mistake of using unprofessional design on the cover and typesetting throughout the interior of the book,... read more
By Inger Logelin Sr. Editor, Redemption Press 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... read more
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... 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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