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Are you among the many people who have more financial responsibility in publishing than you feel comfortable managing? Tony Wales, global publishing consultant, offers a workshop at LittWorld that will equip you to better steward your resources.

– Media Associates International

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MAI: What do you remember about your experience at LittWorld 10 years ago?

Daniel: LittWorld 2002 was an exciting experience for me. It had a significant impact on my life as publisher. It was helpful to get connected with publishers from different parts of the world who shared similar challenges and to learn from them. The level of professional experience among the workshop leaders and speakers helped equip me to grow in my role. It was a life changing experience. I give thanks to LittWorld for providing such a wonderful opportunity that confirmed and shaped my calling to publishing ministry.  Since my participation, I keep encouraging people to attend LittWorld.

Daniel Bourdanné is the head of IFES, the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students. A native of Chad, he previously directed an IFES-related publishing house in Cote d’Ivoire. Daniel will be speaking at LittWorld 2012 on what the world’s students want to read and why. We hope you’ll enjoy this pre-conference interview with Daniel… 

– Media Associates International

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Literary agent Rachelle Gardner talked recently with an author who wanted to begin building her blog without sweating hours over it. She listed these 13 helpful pointers that can benefit bloggers anywhere.

– Media Associates International

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We need to be clear about our motives. A children’s writer has a special responsibility. Only a limited number of books can be read in childhood—yours may be the first. If it’s a good experience, it will lead to many more.

Children are important. They are the future. We can reshape our society through what we teach children and the way we influence them. The task is urgent.

– Media Associates International

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After a laborious soul search, she saw Siri back in the days curled up in a foetal position, shattered and sobbing with uncontrollable grief. Her little girl had died of malaria. She had refused to forget. Then she became sad, frightened and withdrawn.  The written word became an escape. She listened to and searched the word in the Bible.

-margaret siri ngwa

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It is a joy to get together occasionally with other writers who understand these things, who support us when the going is rough and rejoice with us unselfishly when we succeed. It’s an opportunity, too, for sharing information about new openings for writing, for pooling expertise and raising our personal standards of excellence for the glory of God. In a small group, individual questions and needs can be met in detail. A writer group is a fellowship of friends who sustain each other through prayer and companionship.

– Media Associates International

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Sometimes it just takes a little vision and creativity to raise funds.

Tony  Wales, MAI board member in Oxford, England, put both his hands to work, literally, to raise funds for MAI. The international publishing consultant placed notices  around his neighborhood for ironing services. The response was huge.

-Media Associates International

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Even the most successful writer needs constructive criticism. An effective critique demands the loving commitment of everyone in the group to help the others achieve their full potential.

-Media Associates International

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