I have written a lot of nonfiction and fiction since 2008. As of January 1, 2019, over two million words published (includes 30 books ghostwritten for clients: 12 nonfiction, 9 memoirs, and 9 fiction).
Things I Heard Myself Say is your curated collection of quotes, questions, prompts, and answers. A personalized career journal created in part by you, the reader. Full of conversation starters for a candid interview with the person you need to know best, yourself.
“Just the facts, ma’am…” Los Angeles police detective Sergeant Joe Friday (actor Jack Webb) directed the witnesses he interviewed in the 50s/60s TV show Dragnet. They so often spun off into the realm of creative nonfiction, and he and his partner had no time for that. But those with compelling true stories should write their story in just that way and bring it to life for the reader.
As a successful defense industry executive and expert on business ethics for almost 50 years, Dr. J. Phillip London tells us how he became a pioneer in the federal contracting industry and developed and built a successful business that continuously excelled and stayed strong for five decades through changes in the federal landscape. We see how his unique vision and strong leadership shaped CACI into a multinational information technology company to support some of the most important and critical national security priorities in America. Drawing upon his military experience, he set a high bar for business leaders across the industry in establishing the standard for leading with integrity.
Perhaps you want to write a book or to have one written for you. And when it comes to size, you think about the number of pages. Non-professional writers often do. But you should not focus on page count.
We’re honored and excited to get this news! FORTUNE FAVORS BOLDNESS has been selected for the USN Chief of Naval Operations Professional Reading List. This is our second title to make a service chief’s professional reading list. WHAT NOW, LIEUTENANT? by General Richard ‘Butch’ Neal (Ret.), is on the USMC Commandant’s list.
“CHALLENGES is a book by one of the foremost experts on life as a Marine officer in peace and war, on Capitol Hill, and finally working through Washington’s complex defense sector industry. Harry Jenkins remains one of the sought-after voices of advice for those navigating all three sectors. This book is a ‘must-read’ for everyone, but especially Field Grade officers and above.” —General James L. Jones USMC (Ret), 32nd Commandant of the Marine Corps, former Commander US European Command and Supreme Allied Commander Europe, and the US National Security Advisor to President Barack Obama.
‘What Now, Lieutenant?’ has been chosen by the Commandant of the US Marine Corps to add to his recommended Professional…
Just got the outstanding news that our title (under our Fortis nonfiction imprint) ‘What Now, Lieutenant?’ by General Richard ‘Butch’ Neal… is a new addition to the US Marine Corps Commandant’s Reading List.
“Whether or not you are interested in our military, U.S. history or just plain life lessons, this factual, detailed and…