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Jim Continues His Thoughts. . . Who Moved My Cheese? The cover design of the book caught my eye as well as the title. “Who Moved My Cheese?” it asked.…

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More from Jim on Publishing In my last post, I mentioned April Fool’s day 2014, the day that dawned following over ten years’ service to my erstwhile employers, Day One…

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Why I Publish: Jim's Account Continues . . . In my last post [HERE], I reflected somewhat on the early interests and influences that were involved in steering me into…

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Why I Publish My résumé looked good--at least I thought it looked good. So why did the response letter start, after the salutation, with these words: "We regret to inform…

On Boundaries and Neighbors

My Backyard Talk of border walls made for contentious media reporting in the run-up to the US elections in 2016. Less contentious is the matter of the wall that defines the…

Paul Tautges on Prayer

Pray About Everything One of the many things I get to enjoy is working with gifted authors. My good friend, Dr. Paul Tautges ("Say my last name to rhyme with…

Our Everyday Conversations…

A Book That Engaged Me for Several Hundred Miles Notwithstanding my smaller-than-average stature and build, I was feeling cramped and as if I had been traveling for over twenty-four hours.…

On Blogging

The Discipline of Writing I love writing. That's why I do the work I do. On Twitter, I describe myself in these terms: A Christian publishing consultant with the passion…