Pulpit to Book

Let a Best-Selling Author Turn Your Sermons/Talks into a Great Book!


All it takes the audio files of your spoken message(s).

We create transcripts. Then, taking the “DNA” of your spoken words and, using the developmental tools and expertise of experienced editors and published authors, we work closely with you crafting the book. This process enhances your words using the techniques and tools of a ghostwriter.

Whether your book is 10,000 words or 50,000 words (or more), we bring your ideas forward from your audio files into something formatted to be published in print or digitally. Use the form on the CONTACT page of this site to tell us about your project (how many audio files, etc.) and we will give you a price quote (based on the word-count of the transcript based on the audio file).

We’ll even provide a free sample (approximately 300-500 words) of what we do based on your first audio file.

And our quote/price includes all of the costs of transcription and full editing.

Then, we’ll send you a print/camera-ready PDF of your manuscript—one that can be taken to ANY publisher or printer. You’ll also receive your manuscript formatted for e-book publication as well as related files (including the original transcripts from your audio files).

You are then welcome to use one of our publishing packages at a substantial discount (see PUBLISHING page) and, before you know it, your book literally will be available around the world.

BUT NOTE THIS: You are more than welcome to take your completed manuscript anywhere else to be published—even submitting it to a traditional publisher. We can even help you develop a professional book proposal, one that you can then pitch to agents and/or publishers.

In other words, using CMP to develop your project from audio to completed manuscript does NOT obligate you to use us to publish your book.

[NOTE: A typical four-part sermon series would translate into a book of approximately 20,000-28,000 words, give or take. You could even publish a single sermon in e-book format—similar to Kindle Singles]