Largo, FL (PRWEB) December 1, 2006
Despite a bumpy start down ebook publishing's cluttered cyber-highway, Ocean's Mist Press has quickly become the go-to publisher of ethnic and multicultural fiction.
Ocean's Mist Press' publisher, Noemi Rivera, is ecstatic about her company's author roster, hot titles and experienced editorial staff.
"OMP's mission is to publish the best in multicultural fiction and other genres," says Mrs. Rivera. "I'm delighted with the response our authors have received and our editors are on the top of their games."
Two recent editorial hires, Judy Conklin and Nathasha Brooks-Harris, are the icing on the cake.
Ms. Conklin, a Connecticut School of Broadcasting grad, is an experienced reporter whose work has appeared in the Gainesville Times, the Peekskill Herald, and Fairfield Weekly.
BET/Harlequin/Kimani author, Nathasha Brooks-Harris recently wrapped up a long stint as editor of True Confessions, Black Romance and Bronze Thrills magazines. The Emma Award-winning author also freelances as a contributing editor to Today's Black Woman magazine.
In addition to OMP's wonderful staff, the publisher has contracted the best romance writers in the genre. Bestsellers Marilyn Lee, L.T. Rashard and Shiree McCarver keep readers coming back for more. Newer authors like Aliyah Burke, Candy Caine and Essence are rising stars. And readers are buzzing about the return of Layne Blacque, Ocean's Mist Press' bestselling launch author.
Submissions guidelines and information are available at http://www.oceansmistpress.com/.
Ocean's Mist Press plans to continue upping the ante with scorching multi-genre fiction written by unique and talented authors.
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