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  • Tim Gallant, Feed My Lambs
  • Andrew Sandlin, Christian Culture: An Introduction
  • Wayne Hays, <cite>Daily Fight</cite>
  • Tim Gallant, Moniyaw
  • Tim Gallant, Sermons on Galatians
  • Tim Gallant, These Are Two Covenants
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  • , The Good Shepherd

    August 9, 2014 by Tim

    January 2014 / 250pp.

    This books shows how Jesus Christ is our loving shepherd, and we are all sheep of His flock. The life of David shows how God watches over His flock like a Good Shepherd.

    Amazon links: paperback | Kindle.

  • , The Grieving Parent’s Book of Hope

    by Tim

    July 2014 / Dogwood Publishing / 132pp.

    The Grieving Parent’s Book of Hope is a comprehensive and compassionate journey down the road of grief toward healing for parents who have lost a child. The book helps to take the reader away from the lonely path of lost hope to a life once again filled with meaning and purpose.

    Amazon links: hardcover | paperback | Kindle.

  • Should I Typeset My Own Book?

    by Tim

    The wave of independent authors and self-publishers has opened up new questions that were not being asked in the days before desktop publishing.

    One of these is whether or not the author should do his or her own typesetting. Given the fact that I make part of my living by charging other people to do their typesetting for them, it may surprise you that I say: By all means, under the right circumstances.

    If you have no book budget and your message is time-bound for getting that book out right away, there are scarcely any other options. (more…)

  • Interview: Mike Bull

    by Tim

    Interview date: August 11, 2013.

    Author photo - Mike Bull

    You’re from what much of the world calls “Down Under.” Granted that you’ve never been a North American, do you think Australians look at the world a whole lot differently than North Americans do?

    MB: Well, apparently we are more like Canadians in temperament, if that helps. We don’t wear our hearts on our sleeves. Laconic might be the word.

    Also, we don’t fear our government and feel the need to defend ourselves from it. Australia is a great deal more secular, which is sad.

    Obviously, while there are a number of bestselling independent authors, most do this on the side. What is your “day job”?

    MB: I’m a self-employed graphic designer, which saves money on book design and typesetting! Not all of my clients provide “commercial quality” text, so I have learned to edit over the years. Although, I still need editors for my books. Everyone needs editing.

    When did you decide you wanted to start writing, and what motivated you?