What is the difference between a preface, a foreword, and an introduction? A preface or foreword deals with the genesis, purpose, limitations, and scope of the book and may include acknowledgments of indebtedness; an introduction deals with the subject of the book.
Looking to the successes of bestselling books is an easy way to learn from those with more money and years of publishing experience than you may have. I’ll break down some key takeaways self-publishers can learn from bestseller.
What is copyright registration and is it required? Registering could save you thousands of dollars in legal costs, and even give you more legal remedies.
Any ministry team that’s missing the influence of introverts is far less deep, wise, and effective than it could be. Let’s understand how introverts can bring great gifts to the church.
Unless you’re one of the household name authors, then you have to assume that most of the people thinking about buying your book will not know who you are. So how will they learn about you?
The nine biggest ways authors can increase book sales in order of priority.
Prosperous people are in the Bible. Using terms like prosper, prosperity, and prosperous, I counted no less than 93 references to this all-important subject matter in our sacred Scriptures.
A group of Christian Living Books’ authors, their family and friends came to our nation’s capital to celebrate being selected to the Library of Congress. They came from all over the country and as far away as the beautiful islands of the Bahamas. President Obama, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, respective members of the U.S. House of Representatives all wrote letters to us to commemorate and celebrate these distinguished authors.
It’s difficult, if not impossible, to land a book deal or acquire an agent without an established author platform. There are five essential components you need to build it.
by Sarah Gooding High quality CC-licensed images are incredibly easy to find these days. The vast majority of the collections include images that fall under the Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike 2.0 license. While these images are fine for blogging, they cannot...