The Sister Wife

Yolanda M. Johnson-Bryant

Publicity - Everyone Needs It

Mobile Marketing Meets Your Brand!

A few weeks ago, I attended a marketing workshop given by The Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship. I had the pleasure of meeting Stephanie Morris of Leap Frog Marketing, Ken Morrison of Morrison Video Productions, and Cynthia Chapman of New Day Marketing. Each presenter gave fabulous presentations on various ways to power market and grow your business.

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Angela Breidenbach

ACFW Happenings

How Would You Like to Be Remembered?

As we offer our work to the Lord, how many of us realize this is a legacy? Carol Johnson’s life-long work in Christian fiction created a legacy that allows Christian authors to write faith-filled novels and leave a legacy of their own. Without Carol’s work, most of us would not have the opportunity to touch the lives of not only our generation but generations to come. Wouldn’t you like to be remembered for starting something like that?

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Randall M Mooney

Publisher's Corner

A Good Reason to Write

St. John the Apostle finished his book in the Bible with two very interesting verses. “This disciple is the one who testifies to these events and has recorded them here. And we know that his account of these things is accurate. Jesus also did many other things. If they were all written down, I suppose the whole world could not contain the books that would be written.” (John 21:24–25 NLT, emphasis mine).

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Tamela Hancock Murray

Heard It Thru Hartline

Answers From The Agents

The most popular sessions at conferences are agent and editor panels where people get to ask specific questions. This column is going to respond to such direct questions, plus questions that come from the Hartline blog and other sources. We’d love to hear from you.

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Wanda Dyson

Conference Corner

I’m in the middle of organizing the appointments for two conferences: Greater Philadelphia Christian Writer’s Conference in August and the ACFW Conference in September. The appointment request forms are coming in hot and heavy, and two prevailing sentiments are coming in with them. One is excitement—attendees can’t wait for the conference to start. The other is trepidation—first-time attendees don’t know what to expect.

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