This Too Shall Pass is first-time author Kaitlyn Scott’s personal story of her journey with chronic illness. In the book, she shares encouragement through the lessons God has taught her on this journey, along with real, raw struggles and tests of her faith. Working with such personal “works of heart” are as rewarding as they are delicate, and our team does our very best to handle both the manuscript and the author with care throughout the entire publishing process.
Publishing a client’s message or story is always exciting for our team. Add to that the pleasure of working with not one, but two authors who happen to be sweet sisters and who have worked on this story for over seven years, and it immediately feels like an overwhelming (and fun!) privilege to be a part of their journey. Market Refined Publishing worked with authors Maureen Hartson and Shannon Coe to publish their first Christian fantasy novel this summer, and we couldn’t be more thrilled!
You will not find a louder cheerleader, engaging vision builder, and driven go-getter than our very own Francie Hinrichsen! Francie’s passion is empowering women to do what they love and to do it well. Not only does this passion shine brightly in all the resources, tools, and community she provides for women entrepreneurs, but it also comes pouring off the pages of her new book Dream, Build, Grow: A Female’s Step-by-Step Guide for How to Start a Business.
Jessica and Justin Ball, Peoria-area realtors and business masterminds, were referred to us by our own Francie Hinrichsen for assistance with self-publishing their co-authored book Succession Planning for Real Estate Agents: Monetizing Your Business in Retirement. Jessica and Justin had a wealth of knowledge and experience to share with other realtors either looking for retirement opportunities or to level up their businesses and truly desire to educate others.
Did you know there are several different types of editing services available? We receive frequent requests for “proofing” copy, whether for a book, lead magnet, or website. More times than not, clients assume that proofing and editing are the same and don’t realize the differences in the types of services they are requesting. We’ll explain the three main types of editing services and the most common scenarios for each one.
We get all kinds of giddy when our clients refer their friends and family to us. We were introduced to Maxine Madison that way. She came to us through her friend, Christy Williams, a repeat client that we adore. Maxine had a great idea for a book but had no…