I help writers effectively reach new audiences and change hearts and minds for Jesus.
It’s a potpourri skill set—a little bit writing, a little bit marketing, a little bit business development.
Since 2009, I’ve had the pleasure of working with authors of all sorts to achieve their goals and get results with their work. Publishing is extremely competitive, and it takes a special edge to get ahead. Many of my clients have won awards for their work, and some have even achieved a spot on the New York Times bestseller list.
In 2018, my wife and I launched the School of Kingdom Writers, a 2-year, vocational program that trains writers to reclaim our media culture for Jesus. Full-time classes will begin in Zanesville, Ohio in the fall of 2021.
Over the years I’ve published a few things, and founded a number of successful businesses and organizations.
I’d love to connect with you. Please join my mailing list for tips on publishing and writing, as well as encouragement for your faith.
Sejal: The Walk for Water
One billion people on the planet Earth lack access to safe water. This is the story of one of them. Based on actual events.
The Self-Publishing Handbook
This compact handbook discloses the five key production steps traditional publishers know, and self-publishers try to skip.
Latest from the Blog
Brad frequently blogs about the publishing industry and his faith in Jesus.
Over the years I’ve found that writers who can also act often write better dialogue. If you can believably act your dialogue out, you can write it. Writers who sound stilted, awkward, and, for lack of a better word, cringey, when they read dialogue out loud typically...read more
When you step out in ministry, haters will find you. That’s how satan works. Satan has limited resources. I don’t know that he’s overly concerned with complacent Christians. But when you begin to step out and take risks for the Lord, satan will show up. One of my...read more
When I was a kid, we had a slew of movies recorded off of network TV. It wasn’t necessarily because my parents didn’t want to pay for them, it was because the TV versions were edited for language and content. In Christmas Vacation, when the neighbor asks where Clark...read more