We promote #truthexperiences
Preaching = telling people how to live.
That’s not what we do.
#truthexperience = telling a story that inspires people to live better.
That’s what we do.
At Kentstead Media we care about two things: 1) that you are passionate about inspiring people to live better, and 2) that you are skilled in crafting truth experiences; that you know how to use a picture or a story to inspire people to embrace truth.
A truth speaker can infuse truth into their work subliminally and in a way that is not necessarily latent, but nearly latent. Subliminal means it’s done without the seeker being totally aware of the truths you are weaving in. Latent tends to mean hidden or concealed. Thus, when we say nearly latent we mean that truths are so naturally a part of the flow of the creation that the truthspeaking is not loud, overt, or obvious.
We expect all who submit to be active as #truthspeakers already on websites and social media. Please be sure to have active, uplifting accounts with a minimum of 5 posts before submitting. Truth-speaking and truth-experiences are relatively new perspectives on publishing. Come to us skilled, but prepared to learn and grow in the art of creating truth-experiences.
If you have not read at least two of the books listed on the right side of this page under the heading “Have You Read?“, please choose two, read them, and revise your manuscript accordingly before submitting.
For Your Information:
We are closed for new submissions. But you are welcome to pursue our “Manuscript Design” services.
Have you Read?
If you have never read a book on writing, we STRONGLY encourage you to read at least three (3) books on the list below BEFORE submitting your manuscript for publication.
- The First Five Pages by Noah Lukeman
- The Elements of Style by William Strunk Jr. (or any other newer addition)
- 78 Reasons Your Book May Never Be Published and 14 Reasons Why it Might by Pat Walsh
- Writing the Breakout Novel by Donald Maas
- Writing Unforgettable Characters by James Scott Bell
- How to Write Dazzling Dialogue by James Scott Bell