Monthly Archives: September 2010

Talking with Tessa: An Interview with the Author of Pearl in the Sand

September 15, 2010 1 Comment

What are some of your favorite books?

Jane Eyre is hard to beat; it has everything—intrigue, romance, God, a critique of Christianity gone bad, and Mr. Rochester.  Anything by Jane Austen. Most things by Dickens. The Narnia Chronicles; The Lord of the Rings Trilogy; Busman’s Honeymoon; The Princess and Curdie; To Kill a Mocking Bird. O my gosh, I think I’m running out of room; this is tragic. There’s so much more…

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Christianity and Politics

September 14, 2010 No Comments

The prevailing wisdom on political books is pretty simple: Titles that appeal to the fringes or oppose the party in power will do better, generally speaking, than centrist, reasonable titles. This publishing dictum has proven itself countless times over. Hence, …

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Thoughts from an Editor’s (Blue) Pencil

September 14, 2010 1 Comment

An editor may need to mull over issues such as:

• Is it okay for a nonfiction writer to use gonna? Or should the editor change it to going to?

“What’s gonna happen to me and those I love? …

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The Beginning of an Era

September 13, 2010 No Comments

It is our great pleasure to welcome you to Inside Pages, the official blog of Moody Publishers (cue applause and fanfare)!

 Along with our sister blog, Moody Fiction, we are the official destination for news, interviews, giveaways, and commentary …

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