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Jacquelyn Lynn

Book Review: 10 Publishing Myths

10 Publishing Myths: Insights Every Author Needs to Succeed W. Terry Whalin Morgan James Publishing The best source for information is someone who has “been there, done that”—and when it comes to publishing, W. Terry Whalin has been there, done that, and generously shares what he knows in 10 Publishing Myths. I wish this book [...]

Book Review: The Choice is Yours

The Choice is Yours: 52 Choices for Happier Lives Barbara Dahlgren Redemption Press   The Choice is Yours is a compilation from a weekly blog Barbara Dahlgren has written for the past five years. The book includes 52 life choices, so it works as a one-year weekly study you can do alone or in a [...]

By |2019-12-10T08:51:50-05:00November 24th, 2019|Jacquelyn Lynn, Recommended Reading & Products|4 Comments

Book Review: Dreaming of the Majors

Dreaming of the Majors, Living In the Bush Dick “Lefty” O’Neal Redemption Press I became a baseball fan late in life. My husband loves baseball so when we were dating, I watched games with him because I knew he enjoyed it. And gradually, I began to appreciate the game—it’s intricacies, funny superstitions and wonderful traditions. [...]

By |2019-11-16T17:14:07-05:00November 19th, 2019|Jacquelyn Lynn, Recommended Reading & Products|0 Comments

10 Reasons to Self-Publish Your Book

Aspiring authors often ask if they should self-publish or try going with a traditional publisher. Of course, it’s a decision they’ll make based on their specific situation and goals, but here are 10 points that may tip the scales in favor of self-publishing. When you self-publish: 1. You have creative control. When you self-publish, you [...]

By |2019-11-28T12:30:35-05:00November 16th, 2019|Jacquelyn Lynn, Self-publishing|0 Comments

Book Review: Essential Oils

Essential Oils Terri Secrest Whitaker House An Amazing, Faith-filled, Inspirational Book In her quest to share the rich, abundant benefits of essential oils, Teri Secrest has written an amazing, faith-filled, inspirational book. The book opens with Teri sharing her own journey with essential oils, which began with a youthful curiosity about why the wise men [...]

By |2019-11-08T10:51:19-05:00November 12th, 2019|Jacquelyn Lynn, Recommended Reading & Products|2 Comments

Book Review: Glimpses of God

Glimpses of God: A Winter Devotional for Women Shirley Crowder & Harriet Michael Entrusted Books Winter devotions for any time of year These devotions focus on winter, but they can be uplifting and offer hope any time of the year. Authors Harriet E. Michael and Shirley Crowder do a wonderful job weaving their own experiences [...]

By |2019-11-08T11:05:57-05:00November 11th, 2019|Jacquelyn Lynn, Recommended Reading & Products|6 Comments

Observations on Veterans Day

Veterans Day marks the anniversary of the end of World War I, when major hostilities ceased at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918. It has evolved into a holiday that celebrates the service of all veterans (different from Memorial Day, which remembers those who died in service). I [...]

By |2019-11-10T16:54:51-05:00November 10th, 2019|Jacquelyn Lynn, Jacquelyn Lynn: My View|0 Comments

Copyright Terms Authors and Indie Publishers Should Understand

Over the years, I’ve worked with authors and clients whose interest in and understanding of copyrights range from oblivious to obsessed. In my opinion, extremes are only good when chocolate is involved. When it comes to copyrights, having a basic knowledge of the terms and related legal principles will help you protect your work, keep [...]

Avoid Politically Nuanced Marketing Messages Unless …

We can probably agree that the United States is experiencing an extreme level of political division and it seems to be getting worse by the day. Family dinners have been ruined and friendships have been ended. Even purchasing decisions are often influenced by political positions. If you have a product with mass appeal, why would [...]

Treat Your Marriage Like a Child

I don’t claim to be a marriage or relationship expert. In fact, I’ve probably done more things wrong than right in that department over the years, but I’ve figured out what works for Jerry and me, and it’s this: We treat our marriage like it’s a child. To be clear: We don’t treat each other [...]

By |2019-05-01T09:37:29-04:00May 1st, 2019|Inspiration, Jacquelyn Lynn|0 Comments