This year, set writing goals that are ambitious and reasonable and learn how to stick with your plan.
Learn the tips and best practices for assembling and facilitating an effective and enjoyable writers critique group.
Writing and marketing your book is a hard job. Find out how authors can avoid book marketing burnout.
In this interview Allen Arnold shares a framework for creatives who want to create their art with God rather than as a performance for him.
Learn how and why you need to choose a genre, and find out what to do if your book doesn’t conform to one specific genre.
Author and writing coach Becca Puglisi shares tips and tools to help you write believable characters that your readers will love.
Tips from busy mom and author Asheritah Ciuciu on setting boundaries and upholding your calling to parenting and writing.
Learn how to further engage your readers and earn income from your expertise by creating an online course that complements your book.
Write better sentences using fewer words. Angela Hunt teaches authors how to identify needless words and ruthlessly cut or replace them.
One author shares what he learned from eleven publishing mistakes. Find out how to avoid these common mistakes so you don’t have to learn the hard way.
Is your book launch budget filled with expenses or investments? Learn how and where to spend your time and money to get the greatest return.
Learn how you, as a Christian writer, can impact the world for Christ without having to publish a book first.
Big changes are ahead for The Christian Publishing show. Find out how you can join us to get your publishing questions answered.
In this interview, Jerry Jenkins tells authors how he got his start as a writer and how he’s maintained his career for decades.
Book Launch Branding and How to Launch a Book With a Small Email List with Randy Ingermanson
Our guest today is an award-winning screenwriter, his first feature film was To End All Wars. He is also the best-selling author of the Chronicles of the Nephilim and his new series, Chronicles of the Watchers.
Writers’ conferences are a key step in your publishing journey. Especially if you hope to be traditionally published. They are also very expensive and time-consuming. The key to getting the most out of your next writers conference is preparation. And a key tool to prepare ahead of time is a one-sheet.
How to Write Cinematic with Deborah Raney
Learn about Ebook Publishing with Mark Coker.
Ten tips for authors who want to sell books to the homeschool market.
We join guest James L. Rubart as we discuss what success looks like for Christian authors.
Learn how to write a believable fight scene with guest Carla Hoch
Finding an Agent using the Christian Writers Market Guide 2020 Edition
Do you ever feel alone in the writing journey? Or perhaps you are not sure what to do next. You don’t need to! In this episode, Thomas talks about 10 different places to find mentorship and the pros and cons of each.
Learn how to become an organized writer featuring Susan May Warren
Learn how to market to homeschoolers
Between Contract and Launch – What it is like to have a book under contract
Business Mistakes Authors Make (and how to avoid them) With Steve Lubae
The Pros & Cons of Small Publishing Houses
How to Start Your Own Podcast
A Christian Author’s Guide to Getting an Agent with Bob Hostetler
How to Avoid the #1 Cause of Bad Book Covers: Design by Committee
How to Become a Better Writer with Jeff Goins
How to Use Public Speaking to Change Lives and Build Your Platform With Aurora Gregory
How to Sell Christian Books in a Mainstream World
Book Proposals Tips & Tricks With Chad Allen
From Drained to Energetic How to Maximize Your Energy as an Author With Susan Stewart