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Larry Buxton on Leading with Spirit

This week, enjoy an episode from Leading with Spirit, Larry Buxton’s weekly series of short videos.

This is just one example of the many multi-media offerings from our authors that men and women around the world enjoy—and share with friends. Larry, who is featured in our ReadTheSpirit cover story this week, invites his audience to sign up for free email updates each week with links to his latest short video. You can do that easily by visiting his home website.

Take a Moment and Help Our Authors

Another way you can become a part of our online community is to stop by the new Front Edge Publishing YouTube channel and click to subscribe to the videos posted by our publishing-house team.

Just takes a moment and we’re thankful for each one of you who stops by to wish us well by subscribing.

Care to Learn More about How Our Publishing House Creates Multimedia?

In this November column, Dmitri Barvinok explained the growing importance of audio and video in book production, including current steps in producing audiobooks with Audible.


About David Crumm

David Crumm is founding Editor of Front Edge Publishing. Nationally, he is known as a veteran journalist—a top writer and editor—with experience both in the U.S. and overseas. He is based in Canton, Michigan, where he also serves as Editor of Read the Spirit online magazine. His columns on trends in media appear twice a month on our Front Edge Publishing website.

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