Category Archive: Authors

Authors who have signed up with us and have works being published by us or being offered through our literary agent service.

Aug 04

Jacqui Wood

One of our favorite authors; world famous experimental archaeologist and Prehistoric Cooking Expert “Jacqui Wood” has joined our family of authors as we seek to find a publisher for her “already popular” trilogy of Mia’s adventures across ancient Europe and her coming out tale of the Goddess religion. As Jacqui is already well known for …

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Aug 04

Tree Leaves’ Oracle

One of our oldest clients and branch organizations had many years back requested our services in helping them with their mission in the preservation and dissemination of folklore, culture, wisdom, history, traditions, and mythology. This unique organization, The Tree Leaves’ Folk Fellowship has been around since the early 1990’s and over the course of the …

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Aug 04

Pirate Relief

One of our newest clients and branch organizations have brought together their relief efforts, environmental stewardship, rescue missions, ideas, planning, and plotting to us asking for help with the layout, design, promotion, and development of their new magazine and upcoming book “Pirate Relief”. We’ve just started researching and assisting them in the development of their …

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Aug 04

Adventures of Leaf McGowan

We’re excited about the upcoming works of Captain Leaf McGowan. Innovator and creator of Pirate Relief, our brave explorer will be exciting us into awe as he tells the tales of his many outrageous journeys across this planet of ours. Obsessed with folklore, faerie lore, mythology, and folk tales – he brings to light a …

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Aug 04

Research Works of Thomas Baurley

Thomas Baurley is a up and coming new author we’ve teamed up with for the publication of his new books expected as early as 2015. We are in process of finding him a publisher. Thomas Baurley is an anthropologist, archaeologist, and folklorist specializing in the studies of folk religion and beliefs, cartography, exploration, and nomadic …

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