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You want to attend a speaker and/or writer conference but your budget won’t allow it … or there isn’t a conference scheduled for when you need it … NOW! You don’t have to miss out on the training you need … Continue reading →
I do my best thinking either standing in the shower or standing at the sink washing dishes. Maybe it has something to do with water. Today, I began thinking back on conversations I’ve had with friends, co-workers, speakers, authors, etc. … Continue reading →
“Then he told them, ‘As you go into all the world, proclaim the gospel to everyone.’” ~ Mark 16:15 (ISV) When Jesus left this earthly realm, he gave a command to his followers. As a Christian, we are His followers … Continue reading →
Let’s Talk About Your Speaking Demo Video You get one opportunity — ONE — to show an event planner who you are, what you do, how you do it, what your core message is, and who it is you’re trying to … Continue reading →
The end of an era. Billy Graham crossed the River on Wednesday, February 22, 2018 at the age of 99 … just 8 months before of his 100th birthday (November 7, 1918 – February 21, 2018). Known as “America’s Pastor,” Dr. … Continue reading →
Did you know the daily activities you do as a speaker (or writer) directly affect the harvest in speaking inquiries (or book sales)? As a Speaker (this applies to Writers too), every activity you do to build your business/ministry, connect … Continue reading →
Writing is a process. If you “write hard and clear about what hurts” (Ernest Hemingway) and, “Let your words bleed, weep, and shine with life” (Reba Rambo-McGuire), then, “Reading is an immense gift, but only if the words are assimilated, … Continue reading →
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Two types of dashes are often used in book manuscripts: em dash: — en dash: – THE EM DASH According to The Chicago Manual of Style and The Christian Writer’s Manual of Style, an em dash should be used to denote … Continue reading →
“And what do you do for a living, Mrs. Ide?” The physician’s assistant poised his fingers over the keyboard, ready to type my answer in the New Patient form. “I’m an author and editor.” His bored expression transformed into one … Continue reading →
Learn how best-selling authors proofread their manuscripts to avoid typos, inconsistencies, inaccuracies, and errors in punctuation, usage, grammar, and spelling. Proofreading Secrets of Best-Selling Authors, by professional freelance author, editor, and proofreader Kathy Ide, is the essential go-to tool for … Continue reading →
You’re standing on your platform, message in hand, but who is listening to you? Do you have to get on a publisher’s train to take your message to the world, or is there another way? Facebook, social media, and blogging … Continue reading →