Lisa is leading Celebrity Sunday on March 18th with the Owner of Gator House Publishing and two authors. It takes agility to moderate even one guest. A hat tip to Lisa. Please be on time for this one. If you have trouble inside the room, please log out using the gear icon, close your browser and re-enter.
Robert Wilkins, CEO
Gator House Publishing is a new independent publishing company located in Charleston, South Carolina. We are comprised of two divisions, Gator House and Gator Tales. Gator House is geared towards adult fiction while Gator Tales handles YA.
Gator House is on schedule to release 13 books this year. The Publisher accepts unsolicited manuscripts, but they must meet our submission guidelines. If you have any questions please contact then on their website.
Here at Gator House Publishing we have three imprints. Gator House, for adult novels, genres range from Thrillers/Mysteries to Alternate-History. Gator Bites, for young readers’ picture books. Finally, there is Gator Tales, for young adults, genres from coming to age tales to fantasy.
A well written, well edited book, one that followed our submission guidelines on our website is ideal. I don’t expect that every manuscript we receive will be flawless, but if the author does their best to polish their work before submission, it will have a better chance at publication. Readers love series. The story should be able to sustain itself over a number of books. The series should grow organically. But some of the greatest stories ever written were stand-alone books. Both series and stand-alone books would be welcome additions to Gator House Publishing.
Also coming to chat with Robert Wilkins is Keith Nichols and Grecia Chasteen
Celebrity Sunday Presents Authors from Gator House Publishing
Keith Nichols, author of the Cat Land series, was born in Tacoma, Washington and is the youngest son out of 16 children. His father was the last operating blacksmith for Burlington Northern on the west coast and his mother is an accomplished artist. Mr. Nichols first published book, The Ghost of Jack Woodford, was released in 2003.
After looking for a suitable subject matter for many years Nichols finally settled on young adult and children’s books simply for the fun of writing them. His partner, Midnight the Rescue Panther, is a large 23-pound house cat with Pulitzer plans. Mr. Nichols lives in Missouri in a house filled with spoiled animals and his lovely wife.
Grecia Chasteen, the author of Because of Yesterday, resides in Cincinnati, Ohio. She received her BA in Women, Gender, and Sexuality from The University of Cincinnati in 2015. She followed her passion for helping others with a career in the Social Work field, working with the homeless population.
She has volunteered with a local Domestic Violence agency since 2013 and is the founder of W.I.N (Women, Inspiring and Networking) a community group based in Cincinnati.