Item description for The Little Style Guide to Great Christian Writing and Publishing by Leonard G. Goss & Carolyn Stanford Goss...
Overview This book covers all the basic rules of grammar, style, and editing, and will be of immediate interest to Christian writers and editors. The burgeoning field of electronic publishing has greatly increased the number of Christian writers. In the U.S. alone, there are over 500 Christian writers conferences and guilds each year.
The Little Style Guide to Great Christian Writing and Publishing provides a fresh understanding and distinctively Christian examination of style and language. It covers all the basic rules of grammar, style, and editing and will be of immediate interest to Christian writers and editors. The Little Style Guide will be cross-referenced with the Chicago Manual of Style, Fifteenth Edition and will be a welcome companion to the CMS in handling concerns that are unique to Christian writing and editing. The burgeoning field of electronic publishing has greatly increased the number of Christian writers. In the U.S. alone, there are over 500 Christian writers conferences and guilds each year. The Little Style Guide will serve the needs of the largest publishing houses and their authors and editors along with the smallest churches who weekly publish a newsletter and communicate through a Web site.
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Studio: Holman Reference
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7" Width: 4.82" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.43 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2004
Publisher Broadman And Holman
ISBN 0805427872 ISBN13 9780805427875
Availability 0 units.
More About Leonard G. Goss & Carolyn Stanford Goss
Leonard G. Goss currently resides in Nashville, in the state of Tennessee.
Reviews - What do customers think about Little Style Guide To Great Christian Writing & Pu?
Keep this Solid Reference Book Nearby May 9, 2006
If you want to be prepared for the unexpected while working on your Christian writing, then pick up this well-done reference book and keep it close at hand. It's true what they say about any type of printed work--the devil is in the details. This book provides you with the details for excellence.
Len and Carolyn Goss have spent years inside different publishing companies and write with authority about the details of publishing. Whether you are wondering how a book is produced or questioning some tricky spellings of words, this reference book is easy to use.
Recommended for every Christian writer and editor--whether you are working on your church newsletter or writing your next best-selling book or editing a regional church magazine. I believe the work in this book will stand the test of time--provided the public reads it and uses it.
Concise and thorough Mar 19, 2006
As a psych undergrad I was taught the APA style of writing and citation. Law school exposed me to the Harvard BlueBook, a high standard for formats and citations that only added to the nervousness of the school experience. Recently a Christian publisher accepted a manuscript I submitted. The publisher's criteria for submission stated that the manuscript must conform to Goss' style guide. Although Goss' guide is not as extensive as either the APA format or the Harvard BlueBook, I find it a very useful tool. I highly recommend it for anyone wanting to submit articles or manuscripts to pulishers of Christian materials.
Little Style Guide to Great Christian Writing Hits the Mark Jul 19, 2005
This little guide for Christian writers is quickly becoming my new best friend. Packed full of useful information, I keep it handy whenever I'm writing. As a quick resource for proper punctuation, it's the tops. And, what I find most beneficial is the section "Writing for Religious Publishers" -- great detailed information to help me succeed. Brenda Berry-Rucker