Friday, February 26, 2010


We are proud to announce the release of Destined for Love, the third book in a three-part Christian inspirational series by author Marty Delmon. Destined for Love shows how it is possible to live in the love of God on a daily basis, cherish it like never before and share it with the world. The author sites countless scriptural examples as a virtual instruction book on how to fulfill “The Love Commandment.” By taking the charge from God, conducting it through the heart and transmitting it above and beyond, one can create a world Destined for Love.

To learn more about any of Marty's books, you can visit her website at  If you want to purchase a copy, you can do so through our website,

Have a blessed weekend!


Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Calling Authors, Writers and Avid Book Readers

An idea came to mind to have a book signing at the local Library.  Well, they want too much money, so the manager and I came up with a new idea... a Book Club

I want to start a new club for local authors, new writers, avid book readers and anything related to writing and publishing.

The Casselberry, Florida Library location will be our meeting place.  Our first meeting will be March 20, 2010, from 1-4pm.  I'm looking for input from you so we can offer something for everyone. 

Please help spread the word, locally.  I have lots of ideas, but I'd love to brainstorm with you.

Have a wonderful week!


Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Do your words and heart agree?

An excerpt from Marty Delmon's book, Destined for Healing. The author, as she references Romans 10:9-10 here, gives us something to think about:

"Look at this verse as if it is a safeguard, because it is. Two things must be in agreement for anything to happen in your life. You must believe in your heart and you must say with your mouth. Consider this: if you believe one thing and say another with your mouth, your faulty words will not accomplish what you said. But if you say what you believe, you will have it."

To read more, visit

Or the publisher's online store:

Have a blessed and prosperous week!

Friday, February 5, 2010


Pat and I met through a mutual acquaintance. I recall meeting her at Einstein Bagels close to home, and I was told that she had some real talent.

We talked over coffee and I agreed to look over her poetry in exchange for dinner. Well, I had company for a couple of days, but managed to read her work in its entirety within a couple of days! It was so wonderful! If she had not written her poetry, I would have claimed it as my own!

Pat Elston had some real talent. My job was challenging; I had to convince her that it was worth publishing, and then creating a masterpiece with what the Lord had given her through the years.

What an honor it was to serve her! I don't think she was ever able to truly imagine what the finished product would be and the excitement grew as we worked diligently together to create a lasting legacy.

She now has a beautifully designed book, for her family and friends. I'm so happy and blessed to call her my friend!


To buy your very own copy, visit any online bookstore or visit her website,

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Tip for saving time on editing

As a publisher, I wear many hats. One of those hats is being an editor for new manuscripts.

So often I see that writers type scripture verses as they go along. Though it's great for maintaining one's typing speed and accuracy, it is not efficient when re-reading, editing, and proofreading need to be done, especially when it becomes an out-of-pocket expense.

Some of you know what I'm going to say, use the resources online. You can find your favorite Bible version at Bible Gateway or if you're like me, a strict KJV kind of person, Bible Seeker is what I've traditionally used in the past, however, I am going to consider switching.

With my minimal usage, it seemed that Bible Gateway could be quicker. Figure out your verses, look them up online, copy & paste! You'll never have to check for typos, grammatical errors, or punctuation again!

Have a blessed week!