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Donald James Parker

Getting Your Book into Nook Format

A while back I wrote an article on how to market your book on the Kindle platform. Now I give equal time to the Nook platform. Here are the steps to getting your book on the ebook market at Barnes & Noble.

Before you get started, let’s take an inventory of what you need. First, you must have a copy of your manuscript. Pubit only accepts ePub, Microsoft Word (.doc and .docx), HTML, RTF, and TXT formats.

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Nora St. Laurent


Book Contest Winners!

You may recall that in the February 2011 issue of Christian Fiction Online Magazine, we announced that Faith in Fiction book club, led by Brandi Fitzpatrick, had a recent contest. The book club received twenty-five copies of Deadly Ties by Vicki Hinze and twenty-five copies of Carmel by the Sea and Always the Baker, Never the Bride by Sandi Bricker.

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Adele Annesi

Word For Words

Flash of Insight or Flash in the Pan: Working with Sudden Inspiration

Ever have an idea ignite to suddenly reveal a new dimension of a character or story? It could be the light at the tunnel’s end or an oncoming train. Here’s how to vet sudden inspiration. As an editor, I get queries from writers saying they were suddenly inspired on how to fix a complex character or plot problem.

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Janice Hanna Thompson

Supplementing Your Habit

Freelancing Survivor Tips

We’ve spent the last few months talking about ways to earn money with your writing. I want to take a little detour this month to give you a ten freelancing survivor tips. The writer, especially the Christian freelance writer, leads a tough life: figuring out what’s trendy in the current market; learning the craft; writing, submitting, and being rejected.

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