Are you ready to experience healing right here, right now?
Most of us believe (or want to believe) that God still shows up in miraculous ways—that He supernaturally intervenes in our lives. But how come it always seems to happen to someone else, often in some far-away place? This book will uplift and inspire you to believe not only that divine healing happens today, but that it’s happening far more often than you might imagine.
This is a timely message for the bride of Christ! Each chapter is a journey from pain to victory. I believe that the reader will not only experience God's healing power, but they will also find that they are living at a new level of faith.
-Patrick Schatzline, Author of I Am Remnant
As you read these well-documented stories of supernatural healing you will find your faith growing. Along the way you will gain fresh insight and instruction on key principles that may play a role in you receiving your healing.
“My mom fell to the floor in disbelief that her son, who had been in a coma for the last fourteen days, was awake and talking to her... “
“God supernaturally and sovereignly delivered me from obesity and obesity-related diseases, an addiction that had kept me in prison my entire life...”
Get ready to be encouraged and blessed as you read these candid, unfiltered accounts of supernatural healings.
When you set out to become an author, did you ever expect the “getting published” part to be so confusing? Writing a book can seem hard enough; now that you’re done, why does talking to publishers make you feel like you don’t speak the same English they do?
This book will be your handy reference guide to publishing terminology—your dictionary of the language of the publishing industry, written by native speakers who are themselves fluent in it. With succinct explanations of terms and where they all fit in the process of publication, publishers Andy and Cathy Sanders have constructed a glossary for the author—you! Not only will this book help you understand the lingo, it will clarify much of the process you are about to undertake. Written by professional publishers, for authors, this book is your trusty companion on the road to seeing your own book in print.
Are you an author or a minister setting out to take your message to the masses? Are you facing the prospect of becoming a traveling speaker, trying to prepare for the circumstances you expect, and worrying that there are countless more you can’t even begin to anticipate? Are you debating whether to travel alone or attempt to bring your family along? Is that even possible?
The Sanders have been there, and in this book Andy shares their real-life experiences and advice for any traveling author or speaker. Having spent years on the road as a family, children and all, they have faced the unexpected in countless surprises. In traveling through twenty-seven states and ten foreign countries, they have learned what to do, what not to do, and where to be cautious. For anyone who has not lived on the road, this book is an eye-opener; for someone facing the prospect of bringing their family into a traveling ministry, this is a must-read!
Every author gets their fair share of advice about writing and getting your book to the masses. You’ve probably heard a lot—but have you gotten God’s advice on writing? He wrote a book too, and it even includes some advice for you! The Writer’s Scripture Guide is your resource—it brings these amazing Scriptures together in a place where you can find them and get God’s advice on your writing project.
This Scripture guide was designed with you in mind. It is organized topically to cover a writer’s most common concerns, from wise planning, to how to handle delays, to even being creative. You will also discover how to how to approach encouraging and discouraging comments you may receive about your projects. With each topic there are instructions and tips for how you can read, meditate on, and use these Scriptures to help your writing career.
Whether you’re writing a Christian book or not, fiction or nonfiction, this guide gives you God’s Word on the subject of your book!
The book is written, and now you’ve even found a publisher—but there’s more to do before the final product arrives at your door. The process is still ongoing, and you need to know what to expect from it, or you’re in for a rude awakening. If you expect the publisher to handle everything from here on out—they have some things they need from you! If you were thinking that they’d do everything exactly as you have planned—guess what? They have their own plans for how they’re going to take your manuscript and make it a finished book. The process will involve compromise, both you and the publisher working together, and there are ways to make this go smoothly—or there are ways to throw a wrench in it and kill the whole project!
Cathy Sanders has been head of product development for 5 Fold Media from its inception, and she has walked hundreds of books and hundreds of authors just like you through the publishing process from start to finish. She has seen the major struggles that crop up, and she’s here to help guide you through what to really expect and how you, as the author, can make yourself a delight to work with—and your finished book the best success it can be!
Details, details, details! Writing a book and getting it published is a multifaceted process with countless things to remember. There are professional contacts to remember, technical details to keep track of, and personal information to file. There are lessons you learn—what not to do next time, what to do a little differently, what to definitely do again because it worked great. If you don’t keep it all together in one place, chances are you will forget critical information about the publishing process.
This author’s journal was designed to be the perfect place to keep all your notes, data, and reflections on the process of writing and publishing your book. Once the book is done, this journal can be an invaluable resource for any future book projects that come down the road. Listen to that faithful bit of advice all your teachers gave you and write it down! Your success as an author could depend on it!
So you’re looking at publisher’s websites and thinking about sending that manuscript all over. You’d like to get a crowd of publishers lining up to make you the best offers available, but you don’t want to just end up with a pile of rejection letters. You may have heard about this thing called a “book proposal,” but what is that, and do you really need it?
Andy Sanders, a professional writer and the founder of 5 Fold Media, is here to explain every important detail of the book proposal—what it is, why you need it (and yes, you definitely do), and what you should be prepared to include on it. He also shares some tips for catching that publisher’s eye, standing out, and evaluating your current writing platform. If there are overlooked areas in your marketing campaign and personal sales strategies, Andy will help you find them. Pick up this book, check all the important steps, and get ready to make a huge leap forward!
What if you knew in advance what your editor was going to be looking for? What if you had a “cheat sheet” for the exam they’ll be putting your book through? What if you could get your pointers straight from an editor and polish your manuscript in advance?
In this book, Ellen King gives you that “cheat sheet”—a 15-item list of things to watch out for, work on, and clean up. Having edited countless books—the brain children of authors just like you—she gives you 15 pointers representing the most common pitfalls you might be making without realizing it. With clear explanations and examples, Ellen shows you the mistakes she has seen, explains why they create problems for your book, and then offers examples of other ways to get your ideas across. Her solutions show you the best possible way to effectively connect with your readers.
In 2011 author Laura Roberts wrote an entire book in just 72 hours, as part of the 3-Day Novel Contest. Upon completing the challenge successfully, she knew she'd found a great new way to write books quickly, and wanted to share her secrets with the world.In this book you'll learn:How to write an entire book, from start to finish, in just three days;How to outline your story to achieve success;What you'll need to write your book in just 72 hours;˃˃˃ Plus plenty of tricks and tips for writing faster, smarter, and harder!
Use the methods that bestselling authors have used to achieve their success. Learn how to finish your books quickly to get them delivered to readers and build your fan base.˃˃˃ What are you waiting for? Grab a copy and learn to start writing fast today.
—From the Foreword by Steve Graham, Warner Professor of Educational Leadership & Innovation, Arizona State University
“This book is a tour de force. It’s up-to-the-minute in offering what teachers and administrators need, and what parents want. With examples of classrooms in action, it incorporates what research tells us about effective teaching and learning, and what the Common Core Standards and related policy are demanding, into successful and engaging activities that the authors' extensive research shows works. Helping English Learners to Write is a must-read. You will dog ear many pages for future use.”
—Judith A. Langer, Vincent O’Leary Distinguished Research Professor, Director, Center on English Learning & Achievement, University at Albany
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, four out of five students are not proficient writers. If you need inspiration and motivation for writing your next paper, The High School Student's Guide to Writing A Great Research Paper can be the catalyst you need to get started on and finish with an original, fresh paper one that is chock-full of extensive vocabulary, smooth transitions, and concise details that teachers won't want to lay a red pen on.
We talked to hundreds of teachers who explained exactly what they want from their students' papers, as well as high school students who have gone through the same struggles you have and shared their successful paths to overcoming writing dilemmas. In this book, you will learn every aspect of the research paper and its writing process from dissecting the prompt and figuring out precisely what your teacher is looking for to ending with a flourish that will set your paper apart from the rest.
With the 101 tips and tricks in this book, you will learn how to develop clever, new topics as well as how to compose a helpful and organized outline before you begin writing. You will learn how to brainstorm myriad subjects that your teacher will want to read, and learn how to articulate them smoothly and easily in your paper. Also, find out how to keep the same flow and tone throughout every paragraph.
Got writer's block? This book shares tricks for overcoming this obstacle every time, as well as how to get over procrastination, how to cope with problems like dyslexia, how to avoid plagiarism, and how to find the best research sources, both online and off.
If you need to write and cite in a certain style, like MLA or APA, this book will give you the details you need to get your Works Cited page organized in perfect form. Even when you reach the editing, proofing, and revising stages of your paper, this book will offer easy, simple pieces of advice that you will remember for life. Learn all the finishing touches and find out every detail you need for turning in your complete, eye-catching draft, including double-spacing, margins, alignment, title pages, and binder options. And if you run out of time and are concerned that you'll have to resort to claiming that the dog ate your homework, then ease your fears and save your canine's reputation: This book will even tell you how to successfully request a deadline extension without any questionable excuses.
Atlantic Publishing is a small, independent publishing company based in Ocala, Florida. Founded over twenty years ago in the company president's garage, Atlantic Publishing has grown to become a renowned resource for non-fiction books. Today, over 450 titles are in print covering subjects such as small business, healthy living, management, finance, careers, and real estate. Atlantic Publishing prides itself on producing award winning, high-quality manuals that give readers up-to-date, pertinent information, real-world examples, and case studies with expert advice. Every book has resources, contact information, and web sites of the products or companies discussed.
Children's Books include:
Araminta's Paint Box
Arthur's Pet Business
Dear Peter Rabbit
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Milo and the Magical Stones
Where the Sidewalk Ends""