— Now recruiting serious African American aspiring authors who want to release a book within 6 months or less —
Nationwide — JL King, the New York Times best-selling author who wrote On the Down Low and more than ten other books, is now announcing the launch of his very own publishing company called JL King Publishing. His goal is to help as many African American writers as possible to write, promote, and sell their own book.
Now, he is willing to take on any African American writer that is serious and wants to release a book within 6 months or less. “Everyone has a book inside of them ready to be born. It is my ministry to make that happen,” King says. “A book can change lives, heal, educate and leave legacies for years. Don’t die without your story being told.”
Based in both New York City and Atlanta, King says that what makes his company different from other book publishers is that he too himself is an author… and a successful one at that. In addition to instantly making the New York Times best-selling list, King has also appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Inside Edition and on CNN. He was also featured in Newsweek, Time Magazine, The Washington Post, and The Chicago Tribune. He says that his personal success is clear evidence that he can help other authors to also be successful.
Special promo for new writers
To kick off his company’s launch, King is offering special promo/ discounted rates of up to 20% off his normal pricing to help aspiring authors get published. All they have to do to get started is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and mention the word “PROMO”. From there, King and his staff will start the consultation process of helping with manuscript development, book cover design, book printing, book promotion (marketing and branding), and more.
King, who is also a much sought-after public speaker, will be hosting a writer’s workshop in the Atlanta area on Saturday, June 11th at 4pm. For more details about the workshop and/or to learn more about JL King Publishing, visit www.JLKingPublishing.com
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