Bill Watkins

About Broadstreet Publishing

BroadStreet Publishing Group publishes biographies, Majestic Expressions adult coloring books, The Passion Translation of the Bible, Christian living, fiction, devotionals, and Bible promise books. BroadStreet also publishes women's journals, devotional journals, and planners under its Belle City Gifts imprint.

Broadstreet Publishing is looking for devotionals, gift books, nonfiction (in virtually every genre), and fiction (only if the story-telling and writing are stellar). We are not looking for YA fiction, or autobiographies (unless by well-known people). BroadStreet recently began considering children’s books now, primarily for ages 8 to 12. 


About Bill

Bill Watkins is the president of Literary Solutions and the senior editor at BroadStreet Publishing Group. He is a published author, with 7 books, 25 study guides, and more than 150 articles, essays, and other kinds of writing to his credit. As an editor, he has worked at Thomas Nelson, Broadman & Holman, and Moody, and he created and ran a publishing program for the American Center for Law and Justice. He is also a speaker and teacher at colleges, conferences, seminars, retreats, and churches. He has had the privilege of working with a variety of authors, including Charles Swindoll, William Bennett, Dallas Willard, Cecil Murphey, J. P. Moreland, Mike Huckabee, Leslie Vernick, Norman L. Geisler, and Keith A. Fournier.

Through his business, Literary Solutions, Bill provides freelance writing and editing services, research, project evaluation and management, mentoring, consulting, teaching, and speaking. If you are interested in these services, please make an appointment to meet with Bill.


Workshops Presented by Bill:

Find That Hook
Publishers talk a lot about having a hook for your article or book. What is a hook? How do you find one in what you want to write about? Learn how you can find that needed hook—one that will connect to your readers and to the publishers.

Myths That Hold Writers Back
Some shoulds and should nots and that’s-the-way-it-is declarations are at best half-truths far too many writers obey to their detriment. We’ll expose several of these myths so you can write more freely and get published more frequently.