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The Blueprint to Writing a Great Christian Book

Writing a Christian book is not a task that everyone can master-or more precisely, not everyone is willing to try. But what a writer needs to know is that he doesn’t need to be a respected pastor, or the founder of a worldwide ministry to be able to share his thoughts and insights on his life as a Christian.

Is a Self-Published Book Inferior to a “Regular” Book?

Self-Publishing no longer carries the stigma of “vanity press”. If you have information people can use and want, then you should write that book and publish it yourself. The publishing companies know what “sells”, but they don’t know what your clients want, do they?

Christian Books for a Big Payday

Christianity is a religion that has persisted through countless of generations and even the changing times. The lessons of Christianity are as relevant now as it was before, making it necessary for pastors and preachers to continue with their ministry of sharing the word of God.

The No-Brainer Book Writing Template for Successful Authors

Even with all the modernization and advancement in technology that the world is currently experiencing, there seems to be no end in sight yet for the written or the printed word. Books are still a popular way for people to learn, be entertained, or widen their perspectives.

How to Start Small and Finish Big in Self Publishing

Since time immemorial, books have been a way for people to present and to preserve their thoughts. Just think about the different kinds of literature that came out from Ancient Greece and during the Renaissance period or better yet think about Christianity and how effectively it has passed on the teaching of Christ and the Apostles through the ages through a single book called the Bible.

Formatting or Typesetting: Get Your Book Ready for Publishing

A well-formatted manuscript is important regardless of how you plan to publish your book. Learn the difference between typesetting and formatting.

Wondering How to Publish a Book? First Ask These 3 Important Questions

Want to publish a book? Before you decide on traditional publishing VS self publishing, ask yourself these 3 critical questions.

Polish Your Book Pitch

So you’ve developed your nonfiction book idea into a winning proposal and now you’re ready to send off your pitch to a literary agent and land a book deal! Before you press ‘send’ or drop your query letter in the mailbox, here are a few tips to ensure your initial sales pitch will grab the agent’s attention and motivate him or her to ask for the complete book proposal.

E-Books Are Sadly Overtaking Hard Copy Books

There’s something special about a book. It tends to fit nicely in one’s hands. It’s also a lot more convenient, I find. It’s easier to flip back a page, you can read it anywhere you want (have you ever tried reading something on a computer screen lying down?) and you don’t have to load up your computer every time you want to read it. There’s no beauty in e-books like there is in hard copy books.

Newsletter Publishing

It has never been easier to produce and deliver newsletters because they are apt to get people’s attention than most forms of direct mail. The difference between a newsletter and a magazine is that a newsletter is usually considered to be a publication not available on newsstands that is one to eight pages in length in an 8.5″ x 11″ format.

The Right Content Of Your Novel Contract

You will get to know that the publisher of your novel can have some rights in the contract if the book becomes a movie in the long run. It’s never a good choice to opt for agreements that give the publisher of your novel some rights and privileges to earn some money when the novel has been taken by the cinema or televisions companies. This is because they will yield a lot of profits as the sales of the novel increase day by day.

Publishing Company That Handles Everything

It’s a whole new ballgame when it comes to getting your book through publishing. But you don’t have to do the work with the help of good publishers.

Finding a Publishing Company That Cares

There are many publishing companies in the world today but you’ll find only a few publishers who really care. Work with experts who care and succeed with getting published.

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