News You Can Use – June 11, 2013

How to Launch a Bestselling Book – Michael Hyatt reveals some tremendous tips to have your book make a big splash. One of our clients followed some of these ideas along with some of their own. They sold out every online bookseller in the country withing four days (Amazon, B&N, Ingram, Books-a-Million, Lifeway, ChristianBook, Mardel, etc.) It can work if you have the right platform established ahead of time.

7 Minutes to a New You – Simple exercises you can do in your office to increase your health.

8 Myths About Audiobooks – Have you ever made any of these assumptions? Well done article.

The Art of Book Stacking – I have to admit to being a little geeky about this post. These are the kind of towers I used to build when I was in the bookstore business. I still remember the six foot mountain we built out of a new Frank Peretti novel using nearly 500 copies. The key is to make is so the customer can still buy a copy and not feel like they are playing a game of Jenga.

Twitter is Changing the English Language – Do you agree or is this an overstatement?

Man Writes the Entire Bible in Longhand – Took him four years. If you’d like to do this kind of thing yourself on a smaller scale, check out the Journibles from Reformation Heritage Books. This is a very cool way to devotionally hand-write books of the Bible like using a journal. Try out the booklet on Psalm 119 to see if it works for you (only $4.00).

3 Responses to News You Can Use – June 11, 2013

  1. Anne Mateer June 11, 2013 at 5:01 am #

    I bought Journibles Psalm 119 for our family stockings at Christmas and I found I loved writing out Scripture longhand! Somehow it helps me see things differently than just reading. In fact, once I finished with that little book, I bought some blank notebooks and started writing out Scripture on a regular basis.

  2. Sharon Kirk Clifton June 11, 2013 at 7:26 am #

    I always enjoy your “News You Can Use” feature. Thank you.

    Regarding the writing of Scripture in longhand, I love to do that as a part of my time alone with God. Moleskine notebooks also work well for that purpose.

    Because of Christ,

  3. Stephen Schwambach June 11, 2013 at 9:03 am #

    I took a little longer to write out the entire Bible – 12 years, from 1983-1995. In Deuteronomy 17:18-20, God commands every king of Israel to do just that – and accompanies it with five amazing promises. I would love to see every person own at least one book of the Bible in his or her own handwriting. To that end, in 2003 I created the Signature Bible Be warned, however! Once you begin, you may not be able to stop with writing out just one book. It’s God-drenched impact is life-transforming.

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