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Authors Served:
Just wanted to say thank you for your efforts on my manuscript...You did an awesome job and your attention to detail helped so much! (Tim McKitrick, Timothy Publishing Services, author of "The Hope of Glory")
"Thank you again for all of the time and effort you put into making sure this book is all that God has created it to be. I'm filled with so much joy and excitement." (Asia Carter, author of "Woman in Motion")
"I would especially like to thank Jim Kochenburger, my editor. He was helpful in his comments and corrections, as well as extremely encouraging." (Dawn Morris, "One Will Be Taken")
"Thanks Jim. You did a great job. I am not surprised. Now I know why your services came so highly recommended. " (Lawrence Maeba)
"I am grateful for what you have done and am well pleased" (Lisa Jackson)
"I've got to tell you, the video trailer has gotten rave reviews. Thank you again!" Lonnie R. Walker II
"I took your advice and changed the title of my book. Thanks for the advice because you were right....You made some great changes and I felt confident publishing the completed project. Thank you again!" (Trudy Kay Rowley)
"I truly believe the effort you put into this is going to make it a much better book."--Joel Hunt
Nick Brown--"You are blessed with a true talent."
Joel Rissinger--"Your edits are fantastic--thank you so much!"
Alvin Wilkerson--"Thank you for the great job you did with Bishop's book. It has been a pleasure working with you."
Pamela Valerio--"You did an excellent job, thank you so very much."
Minister Ronny Mills--"Thank you for your services. Be blessed!"
"Thank you so very much! Next year I go on to the next book; hope to do business with you then"--Jennifer Leotaud
"Thanks for your wonderful review."--Pastor Tekena Ikoko
Yoruba M. Chillus--"Thanks a whole heap!"
Wajidally Kahn--"Thanks for completing the manuscript. It was wonderfully done."
"I like the editing you have done...I am finding myself feeling as if I am reading a new book. I have recommended you to 2 friends who have written a book."--Benay Behnke
John Stewart--"Thanks for your work."
"I thank you again for all you've done. I had no idea the magic and life a good editor could bring to an ordinary piece of writing. I am truly amazed and blessed for all your help."--Sylvie Hache
Catherine Sheets--"It's been great doing business with you. Wish you all of God's blessings and thanks again!
"Hi Jim! People are in love with the books. Both books are impacting lives for God. Thank you!"--Lawrence Maeba.
"I don't know how to thank you for using your great talent to edit my work. I couldn't have done this without your help."--Jerry Roberg
"Thank you once again for your help, time and guidance.. Thanks a million ." Claudette Allen
You have put together a project that was nearly shattered due to a broken vessel of clay, in need of healing, yet unyielding to failure. God will use this work in a mighty way for His glory. Thanks, for your help and God's richest blessings. In Him, Ruth Stafford
D.B. Lantz
David Hollier
Celestia Tracy
Funsho Aduloju
Michael Bott
Raul Lopez
Jim Tunstall
Scott Delashaw
Sarswattee Khan
Cheryl Sellinder
Bernice Edwards
Rosie Wilson
Dennis Dwyer
Rich Trayler
Mary Mathes
Sabrina Ramos
Thanks for everything you did! John Anderegg

Category Archives: Christian Self Publishing Association

Top Christian Quotes, Part 1

I thought you might enjoy and be inspired by these quotes that received the most “Likes” and “Shares” from the Christian Self-Publishing Association Facebook fan page, hosted by ChristianWriterHelp.com. Click here to visit the fan page and “Like” us! “God promises a lamp unto our feet, not a crystal ball into the future. We only need…

30-second Book Marketing Survey: What’s Working, What’s Not?

For nearly a decade now, I’ve been a part of the self-publishing industry. When I led Xulon Press (until April 2010), I helped authors publish around 10,000 titles. (There are only a handful of people who can make that claim. I say this not to brag, but to assure you I have seen this world from a…

Indie Christian Authors Grade Self-Publishers

Indie Christian authors have “spoken,” and graded their chosen self-publishing services providers, including: Xulon Press, Tate Publishing, Westbow, Crossbooks, Createspace, and Lulu. Everything in this post and in our Publisher Comparison Chart is based on our 20-Second Survey, completed by indie Christian authors who graciously took a little time to help us help you. (If you are an indie author,…

The Day Pigs DID Fly (The Day I Stumbled into a Publishing Contract)

You may have tons of reasons why you think you are not “qualified” to write and publish a book. Join the club! None of us are.

Writing Fail #2: Using Profanity in Christian Books

Some may be surprised that I am raising the topic of profanity in Christian works, but my experience in Christian publishing has shown me I need to. It is a more common issue than you might think.

Yes or No on ASI Book-to-Screen PitchFest?

The Christian Self-Publishing Association would be pleased to advise you whether or not your book is pitchworthy for a movie project, as part of our Award of Excellence Review for self-published Christian books. (With this service, you’ll get a comprehensive written review for your book. If your book is chosen as an award winner, you will gain a number of extra promotional opportunities for your book.)

How will your book stand out from 150,000 other new books this year?

If there are 151,969 new titles released in 2011 (416 per day), the question for the self-published author is: “How will I make sure MY book stand out?”

Avoid Writing Fail #1: Failure to Entertain

“It’s a sin to bore readers with your book.”

Why the Self-Publishing Dislike? (Part 5)

Bookstores and distributors are excited about getting great books (even very good books) into the hands of buyers. It makes no difference whether that book is self-published or traditionally published.

Why the Self-Publishing Dislike? (Part 4)

There are many publishing services providers out there competing to serve Christian authors who self-publish: Xulon Press, Winepress, Tate, Westbow Press, CrossBooks, and many small publishers (seems like a new one every day). And yes, it is sad to say, there are some who do not serve authors with integrity. Good Christian people have lost a lot of money to such services.

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