Books from Higher Ground is an independent publisher specializing in books written for a purpose. That purpose is to empower others through storytelling.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

BHG Presents 365 Days of Writing Fiction by Charlotte Hopkins!

Books from Higher Ground is happy to present 365 Days of Writing Fiction by Charlotte Hopkins.  With 365 Days of Writing Fiction, there is a creative writing prompt for every day of the year!



You can get your copy at one of the following links:

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Friday, December 23, 2016

Please Welcome the Newest Member of the BHG Family

We are proud to announce our newest offering, Knowing Affliction and Doing Recovery by John Baldasare.  This book provides insights into the recovery process by using the "Big Five Values" of Sobriety, Love, Unity, Growth, and Spirituality (SLUGS).  Many lives have been lost and many more can be saved with the right focused effort and consistent message. SLUGS...not drugs SLUGS...The Miracle of Recovery!




Order your copy today from the BHG Bookstore!

Thursday, December 15, 2016

New from BHG-I Was Here: The Rona Shively Stories

BHG is happy to announce the release of the tenth book in The Rona Shively Stories mystery series!  All good things must end…and thankfully, those things which aren’t so good must end, too. Rona Shively is tired. She’s reaching out to help a friend, but in truth, the well has run dry. There’s nothing left. And she’s thinking it might be a good time to jump ship. Bad thing is, she’s not on a ship…and she’s sinking fast. Will somebody please throw her a lifeline?


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BHG Proudly Presents 365 Days of Family Fun by Charlotte Hopkins!

Enjoy the latest offering from Books from Higher Ground!  Looking for fun activities for the family? Look no further. 365 Days of Family Fun by our newest author, Charlotte Hopkins is packed with activities for you and your family; one for each day of the year.
     

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Youth Writing Workshops!!!

Doodlebug Press is a division of Books from Higher Ground that publishes books written for kids by kids. Capture a moment in time through allowing your child to create a published work using their God-given imagination and talents! If you have a child who is always writing stories or drawing pictures, we can help you hold on to the memories and provide you with a keepsake that will not only serve as a way for your child to see progress from project to project; it will also provide them with an opportunity to learn how to write, publish, and market their own work. Write to us for more details on our Youth Writing Workshops which include help with age-appropriate plot and character development, editing, how to promote your writing and developing a marketing platform for your work. Workshops are available for all age groups from grades 2-12 and authors will be able to work toward having a finished product which will be available through Books from Higher Ground upon satisfactory completion of the work. Mentoring and guidance for young authors is a huge part of this program. Get in touch with us today and set up a Youth Writing Workshop for your school or church! An affordable and fun way to engage your young author and encourage them to tell their story!

Now Accepting Submissions!

We are a unique publishing company and will be seeking authors whose work glorifies Christ. We are especially interested in Memoirs and Personal Testimony. No erotica or horror, please. Our submission guidelines are listed below:

1. We are currently only accepting electronic submissions. Please send to: lonestoryteller@yahoo.com.

2. Use a single, clear font, 12 point size. The best to use is Courier or Courier New.

3. Use clear black text on a white background.

4. Include your name and contact information at the top left of the first page. Put an accurate word count at the top right.

5. If you write under a pseudonym, put that beneath the title but your real name in the top left of the first page.

6. Left-justify your paragraphs. Right margins should be “ragged”. Ensure there is at least a 1 inch margin all the way around your text. This is to allow annotation to be written onto a printed copy.

7. Use double spacing for all your text. Don’t insert extra lines
between your paragraphs.

8. Indent the first line of each paragraph by about 1/2 inch.

9. Put the word “End” after your last page of text.

If we think your story is a good fit for Books from Higher Ground, we will be in touch. Please allow between four and six weeks for response.

I look forward to reading your submissions.