1. Fred Warren says:

    I, for one, will miss CWG’s Jenkins-mentored path to publication for the low, low price of $10,000. Or perhaps not.

    • When I was working at Lifeway in Lexington, Ky., I chanced to meet the first winner of the CWG’s novel-publication contest. Her book was published by Tyndale and one copy was on the shelf. She had some fun looking at it. But then … one copy. And then … I don’t recall her name and I’m not sure if she kept writing. So that also could tell you something.

  2. Fred Warren says:

    This little enterprise bothered me because it bore all the hallmarks of the vanity press, that sucker pitch we warn new authors to avoid time and again. I suppose Mr. Jenkins’ mentoring was worth something, maybe even the price of admission, but yeah, I also wonder whether any clients had the wherewithal to keep peddling once the training wheels came off.

What say you?