Xlibris Author| Areal Mitchell, For the Love of Art

by Ian Smith

Xlibris Author| Areal Mitchell, For the Love of Art

Xlibris Publishing introduces Areal Mitchell, author of For the Love of Art.   About Your Book and Yourself. Please briefly describe your book (don’t forget to mention the title!) For the Love of Art follows the emotional struggles of two people who have been hurt by someone they love.  As Art and Gina maneuver through […]

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Xlibris News| Good News Autumn/Winter 2018-2019

by Ian Smith

Xlibris News| Good News Autumn/Winter 2018

As the days get cooler, and the nights get longer, Xlibris Publishing has some Good News to share. We’re always delighted to bring you news of what our authors are achieving, and of what they are saying about their Xlibris experience!       Xlibris author Joni Franks recently won the Colorado Independent Publisher’s Association […]

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Xlibris Writing Tips| 6 Medieval Misconceptions Pt. 2

by Ian Smith

Xlibris Writing Tips| 6 Medieval Misconceptions

Xlibris Publishing returns with the rest of 6 Medieval Misconceptions.     ‘Knightly Chivalry’ While documentation may exist establishing knightly codes of chivalry (with likely variations), there is little historical evidence to suggest that the majority of knights actually adhered to them. A knight’s best source of income and reputation was combat, whether from war […]

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Xlibris Writing Tips| 6 Medieval Misconceptions

by Ian Smith

Xlibris Writing Tips| 6 Medieval Misconceptions

Whether writing historical fiction, a tale of time travel, or medieval fantasy, there are many myths about medieval times that have been grossly propagated over the decades. In this Writing Tips article, Xlibris Publishing addresses 6 Medieval Misconceptions, to better educate you for when you write a story within a medieval setting.   The ‘Dark […]

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