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Published & Profitable members benefit from the advice, input, inspiration, and support of editorial board members like the following leading authors and publishing professionals.


Maria G. Nozza

Maria G. Nozza is a writer and graphic designer with a special interest in visual branding. She also mentors graphic designers at www.designandthrive.com.


Raleigh Pinskey

Raleigh Pinskey is a specialist in online and press book promotion, and the author of 101 Ways to Promote Yourself and 101 Ways to Promote Yourself Online. www.promoteyourself.com.


Michael Port

Michael Port's first trade book, Book Yourself Solid, simultaneously launched a new brand and relaunched his career. Book Yourself Solid provides a textbook example of focused and successful planning, writing, promoting, and career success. Learn more at www.bookyourselfsolid.com


Dan Poynter

Dan Poynter's books, seminars, and workshops have played pivotal roles in the success of numerous authors. Dan's books include The Self-Publishing Manual and Nonfiction Writing. Dan's resources include lists, reports, audios, and CD's. www.parapublishing.com.


Bob Prosen

Bob Prosen's Kiss Theory Goodbye defines the state of the art in self-published books. From front cover to back cover, and on all inside pages, Bob's book reflects a caring, professional touch. Bob's Golden Touch includes his promotional activities which include his book's website, www.kisstheorygoodbye.com


James Prochaska, Ph.D.

Recently called "one of the top 5 psychology authors in the United States" by the American Psychological Association, Dr. Prochaska is the co-author of Changing for Good: A Revolutionary Six-Stage Program for Overcoming Bad Habits and Moving Your Life Positively Forward. www.prochange.com


Janice (Ginny) Redish

Janice (Ginny) Redish is an internationally known website usability expert and author of Letting Go of the Words: Writing Web Content that Works. Her advice help firms and government agencies write less, but communicate more, on the web. http://redish.net


William Reed

William Reed brings an international perspective to our Editorial Board. Will is an American who has lived in Japan for over two decades. Will has written numerous books about creativity, martial arts, and clear thinking. He is single-handedly responsible for the revival of interest in Guerrilla Marketing in Japan. http://www.agili.jp


Keith Rosen

Publications like Fast Company and Inc. rate Keith Rosen at the top of the list of executive coaches, and so do publications like Selling Power. Keith's 4th, and latest, book is Coaching Salespeople Into Sales Champions. www.profitbuilders.com


Penny Sansevieri

Penny Sansevieri is a book marketing and promotion expert who focuses on helping authors develop buzz around their topic. http://www.amarketingexpert.com/


David Meerman Scott

David is an Internet Marketing expert who learned his skills during years of journalism and corporate marketing and PR. A force for positive change in book and author marketing, David's latest book is The New Rules of Marketing and PR. www.davidmeermanscott.com


Paul Swift

Paul Swift has one of the most popular and respected voices in the newsletter and information publishing fields. Paul is the editor of the Newsletter on Newsletters, a twice-monthly publication serving the newsletter and information publishing industry. www.newsletterbiz.com


Matt Wagner

Matt Wagner is a literary representative with over twenty years of experience in trade publishing. Matt has represented several of the most famous brands in writing, including "For Dummies" authors like Dan Gookin. His blog provides a unique and valuable insight into the challenges of publishing today. www.freshbooks.com


Terry Whalin

Terry is the author of 60 books, including Book Proposals that Sell: 21 Secrets to Speed Your Success. Terry knows publishing from an insider's perspective as an acquisitions editor and literary agent. His resources include www.right-writing.com and his blog, www.terrywhalin.blogspot.com


Susan Wheeler

Susan Wheeler provides an author's perspective, as the co-author of several popular graphic design books, including TypeSense: Making Sense of Type on the Computer, now in its third edition.


Jan V. White

Jan's classic Editing by Design was instrumental in encouraging me, and tens of thousands of others, to cultivate my interest in graphic design. Jan's books teach others how to write and design books with words that reverberate from the page--and create smiles of satisfaction.


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