The Bridge Of Peace

Yolanda M. Johnson-Bryant

Publicity - Everyone Needs It

You Don’t Have a Website Because . . .?

A Website is an important and necessary tool for business owners. Your Website is the door to your business. It is what a tailored business suit is to your personal appearance.

How many times have you come across the following scenario? You meet a person who claims to be an expert in some field. You want to learn more about their business and the services they offer...

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Angela Breidenbach

ACFW Happenings

He Said/She Said:
How to have an amazing author event from the writer’s perspective. Part 2

Exciting events? How does an author manage that? Shawn and Suzanne Kuhn of P and K Bookstores tell us how. Their passion for author/reader relationships, Christian fiction, and encouraging Christian authors brings us a special interview. With ACFW’s conference in Indianapolis ( this month, there’s no...

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Jeff Gerke

Publisher's Corner

Marcher Lord Press

Marcher Lord Press began out of a passion and a frustration. My passion has always been for speculative fiction (science fiction, fantasy, etc.—the weird stuff) ever since I saw the original Star Wars movie when I was twelve and it showed me the power of story. Then I became a Christian and discovered the Lord of the Rings novels. More speculative power, but this time I saw it through the lens of Christianity. 

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Tamela Hancock Murray

Heard It Thru Hartline

Answers From The Agents

What's it going to take for me to quit my day job?

For one thing, it’s going to take making enough money from writing to live on and that will depend partly on your family situation. If your husband or parents are able to support you, then you can probably write full time. However, for families, this is not possible. One of my clients wrote ten books before she could quit her day job. This took probably ten years. 

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Wanda Dyson

Conference Corner

After Conference Manna

Well, the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writer’s Conference is over and I’ve spent nearly every minute since then gearing up for the ACFW Christian Writer’s Conference. There are more than 600 people attending this year, so you can imagine the appointment requests piled up on my desk! Not to mention the changes, cancellations, and new requests that have been coming in while I was away.

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