How to Develop Patience and Endurance in Publishing with Chase Replogle

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Many first-time authors think that all they need to do is write a book, upload it to Amazon, and voilà  Readers will come flocking.  This is not the case.  The reality is that the journey of writing and publishing a book is a long and arduous one. For most authors it takes 5 to 15 years to find success. 

So, what does it take to succeed in this business of writing and publishing?  I believe if authors want to reach their goals and accomplish their writing dreams, they must have these two qualities: patience and endurance. 

Today we have a special guest who is going to talk with us about his own writing journey and how the qualities of patience and endurance have helped him continue to move forward and not give up.  

He is the bivocational pastor and founder of Bent Oak Church in Springfield, Missouri. He also hosts the weekly Pastor Writer Podcast (pastorwriter.com), interviewing pastors and authors on writing, reading, and the Christian life.

Chase Replogle, welcome to the Christian Publishing Show!

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3 Responses to How to Develop Patience and Endurance in Publishing with Chase Replogle

  1. Andrew Budek-Schmeisser May 11, 2021 at 8:08 am #

    For patience and endurance
    to see you through the waiting night
    you must live in assurance
    that what you’re doing’s just and right,
    and even if the mockers start,
    and letters are returned to sender,
    hold this truth within your heart
    that Almighty God’s the lender
    of your days upon this earth,
    and of the skills that you employ,
    so let each new day give bright birth
    to labour that’s suffused in joy
    in being Heaven’s modest scribe,
    and think not of what may betide.

  2. Norma Brumbaugh May 11, 2021 at 1:59 pm #

    So good.

  3. Kristen Joy Wilks May 11, 2021 at 4:53 pm #

    Yeah … this is a long, long journey.

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