Archive for year: 2013

From Idea to Published Author in 16 Months?

Which is worse – having no book written, or having a garage full? Some would say it’s worse to not “ship” your book, or “Better to have written and lost than never have written at all.” I disagree. There’s another option. Instead of being a lone endurance racer with your book, consider a more strategic […]

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Grammy nominated Ian Eskelin chosen by The Eastco Group’s Vaughn Street brand, as Producer for adoption ministry recording project.

Categories:Projects & News

Orchard Park, NY Holt Vaughn, President of The Eastco Group, announced the selection of Ian Eskelin as Producer for a recording project that will raise awareness and resources for forgotten children to be adopted into loving Christian homes. The new album by Laura-Valentine of Laura-Valentine Ministries, will feature new songs by top songwriters whose hits […]

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Writing Lessons From the Best Selling Author of All Time

Is it a stretch to say that the Apostle Paul is a best selling author? But no one can argue that his writings aren’t loved, and still purchased, in a book that has sold more copies than any book in history. I happen to believe Paul had some “help” with his writing. I also believe […]

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Does Your BIO Tell a Story?

Your bio called, it said you haven’t looked at it in a while. Forgot where it was? Check the “About” page on your web site. Gone are the days where people only want to look at your resume. Maybe I’m biased, but your diploma is not the headline. Bullet points about past positions will not […]

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Hey Perspiring Authors – STOP Writing Your Book!

For the love of God, and in the name of Gutenberg… STOP writing your book! There’s a rumor going around, about the mysterious way a book is created. Someone locks themselves in a room, pushes words from their brain, through their fingers, into a manuscript, until a book appears. Arduous. Pixie dust is somehow involved. […]

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Speaking Sells Books in the Education Market – by Josh Shipp, Founder of Speaker University

What do John Milton, Fried Twinkies and you have in common?  More than perhaps you’d think. We have the honor today of having a guest blog from our new friend Josh Shipp.  Josh is the founder of Youth Speaker University as well as starring in his own documentary TV series Teen Trouble airing on Lifetime and […]

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