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I wanted to give you all an update on THIS particular artistic process. Consider this your backstage pass! 556 more words

Online Experiments (PoDs)

I’ve been slowly trying to work my way through all the possible online print-on-demand services. The process is both interesting and, at times, completely exhausting. Though most of them are easy to use and intuitive, when you decide to take it upon yourself to use all of them at once, even adding one painting can take the better part of an hour. 255 more words


self publishing

Self-publishing. Once the much maligned cousin of its more traditional cousin, it has been given something of a renaissance in the wake of the internet’s rise to prominence and well due attention from big players like Amazon. 449 more words


Please Join me for a Free Webinar with IngramSpark’s Robin Cutler -- March 18 at 1 pm CDT

Wednesday March 18 at 1 PM Central Daylight Time, Robin Cutler of IngramSpark and I will be doing a one-hour webinar on how to work successfully with local, chain, and online booksellers. 240 more words


Perfect-Bound Book Spines 101

Creating a book spine is a critical aspect of the book design process. Whether hardcover or softcover, all perfect bound books require a book spine. But all too often spine measurements are overlooked during the design phase, and you end up with problems. 270 more words

Digital Printing

A Powerful Story

For many of us, Bible stories made an early impression in our lives. These stories gave us our first glimpses of God at work in history and introduced us to ordinary people whom God inspired and empowered to do extraordinary things. 215 more words

Bible Translation

Still think Amazon's not a gate-keeper?

Before I make my point, I want to stress this is not an ‘Amazon-bashing’ post. You could substitute Amazon for Apple, or a number of large modern-day conglomerates, and still see where I’m coming from. 1,207 more words

The Writing Hall