Featured

Welcome to Behold Writers Editing & Publishing Services

Click to play music as you browse. 

From concept to end product, Behold Writers Editing & Publishing Services, B. Graham Simpson, Publisher, can help take the worry and mystery out of self-publishing. Her company specializes in editing your manuscript, which many companies’ service packages do not include. Whether it’s developing your outline, laying out your text in an attractive format, choosing photos for and designing a professional-looking cover, selecting a printer, providing an ISBN, or all the above, Behold Writers Editing & Publishing Services is the right collaborative publisher for you. You’ll be free to concentrate on the most important aspect of self-publishing your book—the writing.

Our prices are competitive, and what’s even more important, you’ll enjoy personal, face-to-face collaboration. One of our three Service Packages can fit any publishing need or budget. Printing costs are not included in the Service Packages, but in this age of the eBook, you’ll only need a small number of Print On Demand paper books.

For a free one-hour book publishing consultation, click here to contact B. Graham Simpson.

IMPORTANT: Authors who have finished writing their manuscripts are preferred clients; however, B. Graham Simpson will work with authors with unfinished manuscripts after an assessment to determine if they have good writing and time management skills.

“Let’s talk about your book.” –B. Graham Simpson

Behold!

beta-black-e1524835073867.png

Click here to see a slide presentation, “How to Write a Non-fiction Book,” on YouTube.

“Get Paid For Your Pain” (#GetPaidForYourPain) — What Does That Mean?

Getting paid for your pain, or making your pain pay you, is not a new concept. In fact, I first heard the phrase, “make your pain pay you,” at one of Pastor Patricia Jackson’s Go Get Your Life Conferences a few years ago as an exhortation from her guest speaker Bishop Corletta Vaughn.

The appeal “make your pain pay you” can mean different things depending on how you hear it. To some, it could signify getting revenge. Those of us who have lived a little while may remember James Brown’s song, “The Payback,” in the early 1970s. In it, the subject required “the big payback,” or revenge, to satisfy all wrong that another or others had inflicted upon him. As Christians, we know revenge belongs to the Lord.

To get paid for your pain can also be the positive result of facing the truth about your situation or what you have endured. A ten-fold reward comes from facing the truth of your pain: 1) It makes you compassionate. 2) It makes you wiser. 3) It makes you cherish your relationships. 4) It makes you stronger. 5) It makes you re-evaluate your life. 6) It can be a major source of inspiration. 7) Your love becomes stronger. 8) It makes you fight for happiness. 9) It makes you more spiritual. 10) Your scars make you beautiful. (https://thoughtcatalog.com/rania-naim/2016/04/10-reasons-why-pain-makes-you-a-better-person/)

Thirdly, simply stated, getting paid for your pain can mean that those of us whom life has smacked around a few times can write about what has hurt us, get our stories published, and reap the benefits and rewards thereof. So, what are the benefits/rewards? One, and people who keep a journal can attest to this, when you put it on paper, that is, get those painful thoughts out of your head and onto paper, you think about them less often. The video of the incident(s) can finally stop playing in your head, and those memories can start to fade. And two, once my company publishes your story, you receive financial payment from the sale of books. So, you get paid, and someone else can benefit or be encouraged because of what you went through and how you overcame it. It’s a win-win all the way around!

So, how do you get started? Click here to check out my next writing workshop. It’s called, “BOOKBirth 2020.” This workshop will teach you a simple method to formulate your writing outline so you can easily start and finish your manuscript. You will also learn about the publishing process.

Let’s Talk About YOUR Book.
~ B. Graham Simpson