Friday, October 21, 2011

September News from Marty Delmon

C. S. Lewis said, “The Son of God became the Son of Man so that sons of men may become sons of God.” How does that happen? The Son of God came to earth as a human baby, laying aside His divinity to live the life of a normal man. He taught God’s truths for three years and demonstrated God’s power available to human beings. Then He willingly suffered an excruciating death. Every human being that lived or ever will live has been saved by the blood of Jesus Christ, the Savior of mankind. However, that salvation, though paid for, can only be received through the new birth.

Jesus answered and said to him, "Most assuredly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." John 3:3.

At the moment you surrender to Jesus Christ and accept His magnanimous gift of salvation, the Holy Spirit gives you a new spirit and calls this transaction the new birth. You are born into the family of God; you are now His son. When that new spirit arrives in the depths of you, the Holy Spirit of God comes to live in your new spirit bringing with Him the Kingdom of God, which He establishes there. He also brings God’s gift to you, which is God’s Grace. Grace is everything God has and everything God is. The Holy Spirit teaches you how to live in God’s Kingdom and how to receive and use God’s Grace.

"But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you…." Acts 1:8.

To be baptized in the Holy Spirit means for the Holy Spirit to come upon you with power. You already have the Holy Spirit living inside you and now, with this baptism, you are living inside the Holy Spirit. The word baptism means to submerge and spiritual baptism submerges you in the Holy Spirit. You may ask, What difference can this make? All the difference in the world! The first notable difference is the ability to speak in tongues.

For he who speaks in a tongue does not speak to men but to God, for no one understands him; however, in the spirit he speaks mysteries. 1 Corinthians 14:2.

The only one who understands us when we speak in tongues is God! We don’t even understand tongues. We have to ask the Holy Spirit to interpret our spiritual language for us! That interpretation may come in words or in visions or just a knowing on the inside. Talking to God directly brings revelation, wisdom, understanding of what to do or say, and it brings comfort.

The second notable difference is the power to perform miracles like Jesus did. I put this quality in second place because communion with God must always come first. Jesus said we would do greater works than He did.

Experience a new spiritual birth, receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit, grow up into a spiritual man, and follow God into your destiny of being the very image of Jesus Christ Himself and accomplishing the will of God for your life. That’s the only reason why we are on this earth! This physical life is our training ground for eternity.

There is so much more to come after death! Only those who surrender to the Love and Sacrifice of Jesus Christ will live for eternity with God. So now, while you have the chance, ask questions of the Holy Spirit and He will show you answers in the Word of God and in your spirit.

A Chinese proverb says, “He who asks is a fool for five minutes, but he who does not ask remains a fool forever.” Ask now while you’re on the training ground. Ask Jesus about this new birth. Ask about the baptism of the Holy Spirit. Let God Himself answer your questions. He’s waiting.

Marty Delmon
The author of many books which can be found at RPJ & Company ( and Amazon:

Monday, August 22, 2011

A new author soon emerges

It's finally out!  Everyone is loving it!  Get your copy today!

Candy Smith, the author of Beginning Dreamwork: How to have a conversation with your soul, is excited to let people know about her book that will soon be available worldwide. 

From my point of view, her journal style writing and inner-most thoughts is a catalyst to honestly look at your own life and circumstances.  A great read with many resources.  Save $2.00 & shipping costs off the retail price of $18.95 by making your request and payment early.

We're doing our best to make it into an e-book format right away.  If you'd like a PDF copy for half the price, let me know.

As Candy would say, Sweet Dreams!

Blessings to all!

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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Uprooting Buried Lies...a new release

We're excited about the newly updated and revised version of a companion workbook -- Uprooting Buried Lies - Discovering Your Spiritual Blueprint by Marty Delmon.

She followed God's instruction and repeatedly worked this process to perfection.  It has transformed many lives, especially those living in fear of people growing up with low self esteem.  Living by God's truth will change people's lives... get your very own copy today.

It's available at Amazon, both in print and the Kindle version.  For other ebook devices, it will soon be available at Smashwords.

God bless as you journey into discovering your own spiritual blueprint!


Monday, June 27, 2011

Books on Amazon's Kindle

Our books are becoming available through Amazon's Kindle.  Our first book launched was by Randy Newberry, and now Marty Delmon's, Destined for Grace is now available.

The links are below:

Destined for Grace:

If the Battle is the Lord's... Why Am I So Tired?

Christian books for those who enjoy inspiring messages!


Thursday, June 2, 2011

Win $50... take the challenge... if you dare

Testing Word Sleuth Skills!
(Print it out and try your proofreading skills)

So you think you're a good proofreader... take the challenge...  This idea was included in a magazine about 40 years ago and has recently been re-created by an editor.
There are twenty-one errors in this text.

Before reading any farther, be forwarned that most are the tricky but common mistakes that may sneak in irregardless of any electronic spell-scan.

Pretty easy to find, you should be able to spot the things that need to be corrected. Everyone of your fellow writers will complement you if you find them all! The details for which you are looking are unevenly divided between: grammar, spelling, punctuation and factual flubbs. Your English teacher may have continuously discussed these ideas; the challenge, therefor, is to remember those lessons!

Think about it! What would be the affect on your writing if you get even better at finding these errors. If your project is worth doing, it is worth doing good, and some times it takes many journeys through the text to accomplish that. Anytime spent fixing a violated word principal will improve the quality of the work and it’s message.

None of us are perfect at this task! Still, work to hone your skills …then also consider adding a good word sleuth to your team!

For anyone who finds all the errors, I'll offer a $50 discount off your next writing project. 


Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Our First Novel...

BURIED LIES. They live in almost every heart. Usually planted deep during early childhood, these lies can play havoc on into adult years. Sometimes they are quite sinister and produce total chaos, and sometimes they become so ingrained they are not even recognized for what they are, lies.

However, God wants clean hearts. He does not want His children to nurture lies about His precious creation, but rather to live full and abundant lives. To achieve that He wants to pull out lies by the roots so He can replace them with His Truth.

"And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." - John 8:32

Ebook is available through Smashwords, downloadable on almost every device. Follow the link:
Blessings to all!


Monday, March 7, 2011

Smashwords is having a sale!

We've been busy publishing new books and helping new self published authors.  Take advantage of the low prices and increased FREE previews during their promotional week to read ebooks.  Our books are found here:

If you're interested in having a look at some other types of books, either for enjoyment or perhaps to give you ideas, the main site is:

Have a joyful week!


Friday, February 25, 2011

Amazing Grace

God's provision during widowhood
The author received confirmation from the Lord that this is one of His books for the end times.  To me, it is a timeless treasure that will undoubtedly touch hearts and move people back toward God.

Here are the links:

For those who would like to read a FREE preview, or save money with the purchase of an ebook, here is the link for the distributor:


Be blessed as you read and share one of God's stories.

Where quality and excellence meet face to face!
Healing for the wounded and abused soul.

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Destined for Grace

Destined for Grace by Marty Delmon is available in ebook now.  Print book will be coming at the end of this month or early February.

Check it out:

You can have a sneak preview for free.

Have a blessed week!


Saturday, January 1, 2011

New Children's Book Author comes to town

We are excited to meet Connie Arnold, author of three poetry books and her latest book, Animal Sound Mix-Up, this Friday - January 7th.

About the book:

Can you imagine what the world would be like if animals each made completely different sounds than expected? That would be such an amazing surprise, and how crazy it would seem if this were to happen! This book explores different animal sounds and why animals make the sounds they do.

She will be autographing copies of her children's book at:


We'll both be there from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Hope to see you there!



Friday, December 24, 2010

Request for Poetic Writers

Recently, I've put together a weekly planner, and while speaking to a new friend, I got an idea to include poetry in this planner, specifically with God speaking to the reader.  My 2011 Weekly Planner (138 pages) is now available for viewing, and for prepaid orders of $12.00 plus shipping.

The details of the planner: 5.5 x 8.5, papercover, spiral bind, creme paper. Complete with scriptures and place for personal reflection and prayer.

If you can write poetry, using God's voice to encourage his children, I would like to hear from you.  If you've already written this type of poetry and would like to see it in print, send your submission to me via email.  I am interested in hearing from anyone interested in being a contributor.

My idea is to make a planner for 2012 with poetry from different writers/contributors.  All names would be included with the poem, and if space allows, a brief bio, or website for other books by the poet/author could be included.

I don't have all the details yet, but would love to hear from those who have a special writing gift and are interested in getting their name and reputation in printed form.

God bless you and your family this Christmas season!

Kathy Schubitz

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

A New Day

What a blessing it is to be back online and functioning properly.

May the Lord bless you with health, peace and prosperity today and every day. Allow your heart and eyes to be fixed on the Lord and He will direct your steps.

Let your words be filled with love and blessings, for yourself and others. For with your words, you will create…

Make a decision to be blessed, and to be a blessing, every day!


Friday, September 24, 2010

Life can sometimes get in the way

Hello everyone!

An update of where I've been--pulled away by unforeseen incidents with my living and working environments.  A safety and security issue has surrounded me for more than a month, and I've reached a conclusion that I was hoping would not be the answer.  I have to relocate, but first, find the new place through perseverance and prayer.

I will keep you posted as time allows. If you have any leads on a new place or location, please don't hesitate to contact me directly.

Be blessed this day and every day!


Friday, September 3, 2010

The last of Jerry Jenkins' writing tips

16) Avoid "on the nose" writing or telling something that exactly mirrors life. Don't describe too much; get to the story.

17) Resist the urge to explain

18) Avoid mannerisms of attribution

19) Give specifics to give a ring of truth

20) Avoid similar character names, including the first letter

The last one -- Avoid mannerisms of punctuation such as italics for titles and varying type sizes.

Remember, these are Jerry thoughts for fiction writing.  They've only been shared for use as guidelines.  If you're like me, I oftentimes don't follow, have fun writing!

Enjoy your holiday weekend... see you next week!


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Monday, August 30, 2010

More Writing Hints from Jerry Jenkins

More hints from Jerry:

11) Avoid descriptive words
12) Avoid the term "literally" when you mean "figuratively"
13) When someone has spoken, it is not necessary to be using "he or she says" following the use of quotation marks
14) Maintain a single point of view from scene to scene
15) Avoid cliches

Until next time, write, write, write!

Have a great week,

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Thursday, August 26, 2010

More Writing Tips...

Jerry Jenkins tells fiction writers to:

6) Avoid throat clearing
7) Omit needless words
8) Oftentimes, you can delete "that" from your text
9) Avoid using quotation marks around words used out of context
10) Use strong nouns and verbs rather than too many adjectives

Have a wonderful day!


Monday, August 23, 2010

Writing Tips...

Jerry Jenkins tells us writers to:

1) Develop thick skin
2) Choose normal words over the unusual
3) Avoid subtle redundancies
4) Avoid using the words "up and "down"
5) Be sure to "show" and not "tell"

Jerry is primarily a fiction writer. These tips serve him well and may work for you as a new writer or polished writer.

Have a wonderful week!


Friday, August 20, 2010

The Final Clue - You Know You Were Born to Write...

Clue #15 - You see an average man sitting on a normal bench on a regular day and suddenly feel compelled to write a story about it.

My next set of blogs will be from Jerry Jenkins - Hints for Writers... stay posted!


Thursday, August 19, 2010

You Know You Were Born to Write...

Clue #13 - Your outgoing message says, "Hi, I'm not here right now. Please leave a query and the synopsis of your proposed message, and I'll let you know whether to call back."

Clue #14 - You'd rather meet Stephen King than Gandhi.

Have you figured out which one describes you best?  Or are you waiting for the very last one?

Have a wonderful day!

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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

You Know You Were Born to Write...

Yesterday didn't count, it was my day off!

Here are the next two clues:

Clue #11 - If your house were on fire, you'd save your copy of Writer's Market first, your grandmother's jewelry second.

Clue #12 - You couldn't balance a checkbook if your life depended on it, but your submission log is cross-referenced three different ways and goes back to 1980.

Have a blessed day!


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Friday, August 13, 2010

You Know You Were Born to Write...

I've got one more hurdle (computer rebuild) left to go! Here's two more clues for you:

Clue #9 - You have four separate novels you'd like to get to, ten short stories, two dozen articles, and enough screenplays to bury a small village.

Clue #10 - You fall in love based on proper use of syntax.

Today's the last day for Connie Arnold's blog tour. Visit, leave a comment, and enter the drawing to win a free prize:


Wednesday, August 11, 2010

You Know You Were Born to Write...

It looks like this clues will continue into next week.  I'd like to know if you agree or don't, or which one fits you best! 

Enjoy!  Kathy

Clue #7 - You feel sex ranks a distant second to the sensation of holding a solid felt tip in your hand.

Clue #8 - You think baseball players should feel they're doing well if they get a hit every thirty at-bats.

Monday, August 9, 2010

You Know You Were Born to Write...

Clue #5 - You can recite return postage rates for London, New York, Los Angeles, and Guam.

Club #6 - Someone mentions pickle juice, and your first thought is, "Pickle Juice--that's a good title for a novel."

Enjoy your day!


Sunday, August 8, 2010

You Know You Were Born to Write

I missed a couple of days, but here are two clues, and watch for another one tomorrow.

Clue #3 - It drives you crazy that your friends don't take an extra minute to get the grammar and punctuation of their emails right.

Clue #4 - You encourage your six-year-old to copyright the story he wrote at school.

Blessings to you!


Don't forget to follow Connie Arnold on her blog tour the rest of this week. Enter the drawings to win free prizes.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

You Know You Were Born to Write...

Clue #2 - You think the Bible should be reset in 12 point Courier.

Have a good night!

Check with me tomorrow for clue #3.


Tuesday, August 3, 2010

You Know You Were Born to Write...

This is from an article, "Fifteen Ways You Know You Were Born to Write" written by Author Schecter in Toronto. I will share one or two clues a day, so stay posted for tomorrow's post.

Clue #1 - You include an SASE with all personal correspondence.

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Sunday, August 1, 2010

Connie Arnold on Tour Monday, August 2, 2010

Connie Arnold went blog-hopping to find my company. As a busy woman of God with many talents, I appreciate her taking the time to share her heart and inspiration behind her latest poetry book, Abundant Comfort and Grace. It was such a pleasure to design this book from cover to cover; she’s an amazing woman with poetry to touch every heart. Please enjoy the interview August 2, 2010 and share it with followers. Her book will be on sale through the end of the month from If you’d like an autographed copy, email her directly at: Her website is:

There will be prize drawings at the end of the tour. Details will follow the interview. Post a comment to enter.

Q: How did you get started writing poetry?

A: Music has been the instrument through which I had my early experience with writing poetry. I was the organist/choir director at a church for several years in my 20’s and early 30’s and began writing music there. That was my beginning of writing poetry, as text for music. Upon moving to Winston-Salem in 1996, I became inspired by my beautiful surroundings to write more poetry.

Q: What do you think has been the greatest influence on the type of poetry you write?

A: Being diagnosed with lupus forced a change in my life. It has caused me to become more open to God and being inspired, and to have a greater understanding of the suffering of others. Many of my poems are influenced by that and express how important it is to rely on God, whose love can sustain us through life’s difficulties.

Q: Do you only write when you feel inspired?

A: I do only write when I feel the inspiration. Sometimes it just comes to me, and that’s when the writing seems to just flow onto the paper. Other times I have to actively seek inspiration and much prayer is needed. If I can’t write something that will be meaningful, uplifting and encouraging to those reading it, I put it away and come back later to try again.

Q: Do you write anything besides poetry?

A: Poetry is definitely the gift God has given me and what I feel God uses to touch people’s hearts. It is the easiest way for me to communicate what I want to share. There are thoughts and feelings welling up in me that need to be expressed, and writing inspirational poetry is a wonderful outlet. I also write for children. I have three young grandsons, and I enjoy writing for them and other small children. In fact, my first children’s book is due to be released shortly.

Q: What do you find is the most important part of beginning to write?

A: To me, the most important thing is to begin with silence, prayer and meditation.

Q: How do you think Abundant Comfort and Grace can help others?

A: Life can be extremely hard at times. We all have our challenges to face. God’s love and the comfort and grace we have from God can make living a joy in spite of the difficulties, and this is what the poems offer to others. The light of God’s love can shine through them and into the hearts of the reader. The beautiful color photographs by Gary Strader add the visual delight of God’s glorious creation, revealing glimpses of God’s grace and peace.

Q: Is there anything else you would like to add?

A: I would like to thank you, Kathy, not only for sharing this interview as part of my blog tour, but also for the wonderful work you did to make Abundant Comfort and Grace the best and most beautiful it can be. I feel like God led me to RPJ & Company and am very thankful for the outcome!

There will be two drawings at the end of the tour from comments made at the different blogs, one for a free copy of Connie's first book, Beautiful Moments of Joy and Peace, and one for a $10 Amazon gift certificate. The more blogs you comment on, the more entries you receive! There will be an additional drawing for a $25 Amazon gift certificate from those purchasing Abundant Comfort and Grace. You’ll be entered by purchasing a signed copy from my website, using PayPal or check, from RPJ & Company ( or Amazon and contact Connie with confirmation of your online purchase. May you be abundantly blessed, comforted and filled with God’s grace!
Please accept the invitation to continue following Connie's virtual book tour. The entire schedule is posted on her blog,

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Monday, June 21, 2010


Marty Delmon completes another book in her "Destined" series.  If you have not had the opportunity to read one of her books, here's your chance to receive 10% off any of her books ordered before July 31, 2010.

Faith is not just what we believe, but Who we believe in which makes Faith active and performing in the believer's behalf. The great strength of Faith is its ability to perform and achieve for the believer in what would appear to be a benign fashion, but actually requires a tough stance. Faith without working your faith is dead, while faith demonstrated through action makes it alive.

Visit our online store ( to check out all her books. Give us a call to get your 10% savings today!


Tuesday, May 25, 2010


We're so excited to have a new poet in the "RPJ family."  Connie Arnold (author) and Gary Strader (photographer) have worked for quite awhile putting poetry in some type of book layout, along with images from Gary's collection, and by the wonderful ability to go "blog hopping" on the internet is how she found us!

Abundant Comfort and Grace is filled with 61 color images to compliment Connie's poetry.  It's a blessing for godly connections, and now to have a direct connection with common talents, is a forever treasure. 

Check this book out at your favorite online bookstore, Connie's website (, or RPJ and Company's online bookstore ( for more information.  The book will be available around mid-June. Reserve your copy today!


Saturday, May 15, 2010

Writing/Computer Workshop

May 22, 2010 is our next writing / computer workshop.

Last month we had a great turn out; lots of creativity and talent filled the room!

Casselberry Library
215 N. Oxford Road, 407-665-1500
1:00-2:00 p.m.
Room 139 (near side entrance)

You may bring a cold lunch and a covered beverage. Bring your laptop or notebook to take notes. Come with your questions and a friend. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call me at 407.551.0734.

Please join us!  From 2-4pm I'll be offering a one hour of free consulting/training when you pay for the first hour ($45.00).  Call me if you'd like to have a personal coaching session about the computers, writing, or publishing.

Have a blessed week!