Publishing your book just got a whole lot easier!
Founding Partners Carolyn Flower and JP Martel accept manuscript submissions at Oxygen Publishing House.
OXYGEN Publishing House is co-founded by authors Carolyn Flower and JP Martel. They are headquartered in the picturesque and artistic town of Hudson, Quebec and officially opened their doors last month. Oxygen is an integrative, client-driven publishing company devoted to discovering, cultivating and developing emerging and known authors internationally and sharing their stories with the world.
Now accepting manuscripts submissions in both official languages.
Oxygen Publishing is now accepting manuscript submissions in English and French on their website.
At OXYGEN, no book is left uncovered.
Flower and Martel lead your team of publishing professionals who offer a breath of fresh air in an industry that often classifies a book simply as a product, instead of elevating...
For more than 20 years, my communication company represented businesses, artists, theatre companies, and non-profit organizations and helped them gain attention from various media in order to promote their businesses, product launches, theatre productions, and gala events. In my role as publicist, I invested in personal relationships with the members of the media (necessary), and these media professionals shared their frustration with me time and time again, about the quality of the information they receive in the form of poorly organized presentation, poor grammar, lacking coherence and clarity.
Much of my consulting in those years was to advise on simple and common (not so common) sense ways to avoid what is a major setback before you even begin. It is a stumbling block that can be easily avoided.
Back then, social media was in its infancy, whereas now it is second-by-second commonplac
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Meet Joey Chandler. He's a purpose coach, video producer, photographer and soon to be author. His forthcoming book Not In My Lifetime, outlines his process for identifying one's purpose in just two questions and then how you can use your life purpose life to address various important areas of life.
He believes that by identifying one's purpose and expanding their ability to share and experience that purpose, one can accomplish whatever goals they decide to achieve; including those that are often accompanied by the caveat, "but that can't happen in my lifetime."
Identifying His Goal in This Lifetime
His book, Not In My Lifetime is based on his Know Your Purpose Program and the reason he's putting almost the entire program in a book is to satisfy his goal to end racism in his lifetime.
He figures racism (along with sexism, homophobia and other biases) simply gets in...
Begin with the end in mind.
“You must imagine yourself right into the state of your fulfilled desire...the world which we describe from observation must be as we describe it relative to ourselves. Our imagination connects us with the state desired. But we must use imagination masterfully, not as an onlooker thinking of the end, but as a partaker thinking from the end. We must actually be there in imagination. If we do this, our subjective experience will be realized objectively. This is not mere fancy, but a truth you can prove by experience...the secret is thinking from the end. Every state is already there as “mere possibility” as long as you think of it, but is overpoweringly real when you think from it.” ~ Neville Goddard
Awakened Imagination © 1954. The Search © 1946. Chapter Two, pp 9-10. Devorss & Company, Publisher, USA.
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Meet Shari Reinhart, author, manuscript consultant, ghostwriter and editor.
When Oprah chose her to read from her personal journals on a post-911 November 2001 Oprah Winfrey show about gratitude, that was all the validation Shari needed to start her freelance writing career.
Reading, writing, journaling and imagining outside the box of her traditional upbringing, Shari was born to work her way to higher states of being and connection with like-minded people.
Today, Shari works with aspiring and accomplished authors to put their experience, expertise and excellence out into the world. She does so by infusing all their knowledge with the heart, soul and sometimes vulnerability that people are eager to read these days.
Her pet peeve? When people say, “Hey, I need an editor, anyone know someone?” No! No! No! – never just hire an editor without understanding what editors do.
Editing is a broad a...