Publishing Industry Professionals

Allyson E. Machate
The Way of the SEAL
Editorial Business
Kate Frank
Collaborative Ghostwriter
Free 33-page eBook you can download. Go to http://CollaborativeGhostwriter.com and get it now. The eBook explains the roles of editors, publishers, co-authors and collaborative ghostwriters. Avoid costly mistakes by learning what to expect from your book publishing team.
Marcelle Soviero
Brain Child Magazine
A literary magazine for parents
Miki Sever
THE MARKET WHISPERER
Eric F. James
Jesse James Soul Liberty, Vol. I, Behind the Family Wall of Stigma & Silence
Authorized historical biography of the family of Frank & Jesse James, 1776-2012.
The first of five volumes, drawn from primary family sources.
Includes family photos, letters, documents, memoirs, interviews,
genealogy, with source citations, notes, bibliography, & index.
Published in the USA by Cashel Cadence House, 2012. ISBN 978-0-8957469-0-2. Hardcover, $36.95
Carla King
Self-Publishing Boot Camp Guide for Authors, 3rd Edition
Did you ever consider self-publishing your own book but were daunted by the complex process of actually doing it? Self-published author and expert Carla King gives a simple step-by-step guide to self-publishing your book as an e-book or print book. Plot your success by choosing the reputable tools and services recommended here, along with techniques that will help your book succeed in the market that you choose. – See more at: http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/how-to-self-publish-your-book#sthash.gHYnk0wV.dpuf
Author Friendly
Barbara H. McNeely
Lessons of An Opening Heart
Did Barbara need an Open Heart? Upon learning of Barbara’s upcoming open-heart surgery, Karen told her it was the quickest way to an open heart. This was not the journey that Barbara would have chosen, but it was now her journey. The surgery itself was just one part of Barbara’s journey through a world of health and medical issues. A journey that started long before her surgery and continues as she learns how to honor her spiritually opening heart. Throughout her journey, she must balance modern medicine and its technology with what she knows in her heart. Balancing what she knows about her own body versus the one-size-fits-all medical world. Barbara’s story is for anyone facing or recovering from open-heart surgery and for the loved ones who care for them. Barbara’s journey did not start with her surgery, but it did take a turn. In her book she shares how open-heart surgery saved her life and led her to a new awareness of surviving and thriving in life.