The future of Christian publishing part 2

The future of Christian publishing part 2

The future of Christian publishing should be considered on two levels: Technology and Ideology. In this post, part 2, we’ll discuss Ideology Ideology The major difference between Christian publishing and secular publishing is the message. The Christian message...
The future of Christian publishing part 1

The future of Christian publishing part 1

The future of Christian publishing should be considered on two levels: Technology and Ideology. In this post, part 1, we’ll discuss technology. Technology The future of Christian publishing is, technically (referring to technology, not homogeny) the same as...
Finding Nathan

Finding Nathan

Twenty-two years ago, on their way to a church Christmas program most of the Jirovec family were involved in a horrific automobile accident. Some of the family members escaped with minor injuries; some did not. One of the Jirovec boys, Jonathan, was killed. The twists...
The Future of Books

The Future of Books

“A good hockey player plays where the puck is. A great hockey player plays where the puck is going to be.” Wayne Gretzky I think about the future of books … a lot. I study where we are now, where trends seem to be going, where technology is taking us and...
CreateSpace, when free isn’t

CreateSpace, when free isn’t

You can publish your book for free. It’s true! Just go to CreateSpace, It’s owned by Amazon. Upload your manuscript, upload or create your book cover right on their website. Go through their process of quality checks, fill in a lot of blanks (ISBN, BISAC, author bio,...

What your publisher isn’t

I know this post had a kind of negative vibe, but this information can be so helpful to you as an author by saving precious time and managing expectations. And there’s good news at the end, a link to my post about what your publisher should be! But first, let’s...

Book Signing One Author’s Experience

True Potential author Lenore Schur (It’s All About the Heart) had a book signing recently. I asked her to share the experience, what went well, and what she might do differently at future books signings. I’ll share her thoughts here for inspiration. You can take away...

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