Category Archives: Books & Authors

Barnes and Noble is the least friendly bookstore chain

March 24, 2016
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For authors and small presses, the Barnes and Noble chain has been and continues to be the the worst bookstore. And their online store matches their brick-and-mortar stores in being unfriendly. Frankly, Barnes and Noble sits in the hip pocket of the five largest book publishers. Partly it’s because of their history and, most recently, […]

Writing as a discipline

March 1, 2016
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Even if you never actually publish a book, if you are a writer it is important that you write each day. As those who know me well soon find out, rather than journal or write blogs, most of my everyday writing is in long emails. Most days I will think of somebody and write an […]

Religion and Politics

May 11, 2015
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Oftentimes when authors query us about their book idea they make the assumption that Principia Media is a religious publisher. Nothing could be further from the truth. Religious publishers have a set of religious beliefs that guide them in determining what to publish—and more importantly, what not to publish. The Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA) […]

Your Miracle is My Story of Revenge

July 4, 2014

Hidden in this initial version was a compelling story of an African tribesman whose skills and cunning managed to take on the greatest fighting force in the entire world, and unknowingly save the residents of Jerusalem and change the future of Judaism, forever.