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Who doesn’t enjoy a mystery? The intrigue of the unknown can capture your attention and set the stage for what’s to come. Even though mysteries aren’t my writing genre, I like to think of my writings as unfolding the unknown for my readers.
As an Author, my passion is to bring fresh insight to the subjects I write about. As a Publisher, I am committed to taking the mystery out of the publishing journey. To this end, I launched Jeremiah One Nine Publishing. This venture enables me to provides publishing and marketing services to other authors. My specialties are Author Platforms (the hub from which an author builds their brand) and online book promotions, including Virtual Book Parties.
Known to many as “The Word Slinger,” my interest in the printed word began many years ago with a creative writing course. Recognizing a gift for hiding the obvious until necessary to be revealed, I’ve penned hundreds of unpublished short stories waiting. My interest culminated in a Technical Communications career, which gives me unlimited opportunities to “fiddle” with words, both online and in print. I develop blueprints for authors across all genres, from poetry to children’s books. These are sometimes customized blueprints that hone in on the specific elements needed to create a successful book project.
My first two books, Divine Appointments (Jeremiah One Nine Publishing, 2010) and Seeking Through Soaking (Jeremiah One Nine Publishing, 2014) are published in the Christian/Inspirational genres. I recently launched my “Book-Possible” series for first-time authors. The first two books of the four-book series have been released. They are “Stop Waiting – Publish Now!” and “Jumpstart Your Author Platform.” Both are available on Amazon.
In an attempt to become a noticeable content marketer, I recently launched my blog, “Book Exposure” and will use it to attract authors who are serious about investing in book promotions. Click the highlighted title to subscribe: Book Exposure.
A native of Atlanta, I’ve reluctantly embraced the Midwest and occasionally look forward to the snow. In my non-publishing time, I’m occupied as an avid mystery reader with a penchant for British mysteries. My favorites are Midsomer Murders, Rosemary & Thyme, and the Inspector Lynley Mysteries. My American favorite is Sue Grafton, the author of the Kinsey Millhone Mysteries (also known as “The Alphabet Mysteries”). Another favorite past-time is jigsaw puzzles–starting at 1,500 pieces.
The next book in the Book-Possible series is “Bulletproof Your First Launch (And Every One That Follows), will be released in October. The entire series is dedicated to alleviating the frustrations of first-time publishers.