Tiffany Amber Miller Stockton
Daughters Of Boston Series

Book Video Trailers

Video Trailer for Yesterday’s Embers

Debra Raney

In April 2008, when my husband and I attended the Gideon Media Arts Conference and Film Festival in North Carolina, I was just beginning to hear a lot about Book Trailers. They were popping up with...

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Angela Breidenbach

ACFW Happenings

ACFW Conference Blog Tour

How exciting! I have the pleasure to announce the ACFW Conference Blog Tour to help promote and educate about the upcoming American Christian Fiction Writers conference in Denver, Colorado.

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Heard It Through Hartline

Diana Flegal


I recently shared with one of my authors that agenting is a lot like being the matchmaker in Fiddler on the Roof. Our job is to find a suitable match between you the author and the right publishing house for your writing. Sometimes authors ask us to send their proposal here or there, not understanding that because we have their best interests at heart, we look for a match that will provide a long-standing relationship in which the author can flourish and mature.

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Gotta Get It!?

Kelly Mortimer

Off with Their Head (Hopping)!

Well, I can’t start my column as I usually do. “Headhopping, head-hopping, head hopping” isn’t in the dictionary, so no formal definition. I’ll just give ya mine.

Head-hopping: An annoying, aggravating, exasperating, drive-me-up-the-wall (wonder who thought of that phrase) way to present characters’ points of view. Changing the point of view of the characters mid-chapter, mid-scene, mid-paragraph, or mid-sentence without warning.

Okay, so “mid-sentence” is pushin’ it, but I can’t help it. Every time I haveta read a manuscript with heinous head-hopping, I need to hop for my Xanax or my head...

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Rebekah Guzman

Publisher's Corner

NavPress and the Economy

When it comes to dealing with the current economic crisis, NavPress is being proactive rather than just hanging on and hoping. We have solid projects in our pipeline and are sharpening our focus on our core mission as the publishing arm of the Navigators ministry. Consequently, we’re more selective in the types and quantity of products we publish as well as in the advances we offer authors.

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Publicity - Everyone Needs It


CJ Darlington

People ask me how got started, and it’s always fun to tell the story. Ever since I was a kid I’ve loved books. They’ve been a huge passion in my life. My twin sister, Tracy (who’s also a freelance writer), feels the same way about music. Back in 2006 we were brainstorming for ways we could do some writing together. At first, starting a Web site on Christian entertainment was a way we could combine our writing interests. The plan was Tracy would provide content on music, and I would cover the book angle.

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