Dr. Jennifer Lowry holds a doctorate in Organizational Leadership with an Emphasis in Christian Ministry. She's an author of over thirty books, a speaker, author coach, and a teacher. Jen loves to read, write in pajamas, and watch UFC. Turn on a horror movie - she's in. Share your favorite book recommendation - she's marking it to read.
Solomon is the editorial assistant to the publisher. He helps manage the behind-the-scenes operations from the very first query to author acquisitions. Solomon is the one to go to for music recommendations and loves to play the guitar. He has a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, loves dystopian novels and has watched The Office too many times to count. We are blessed to have Solomon as an intern! Go Heels!
Sally Shupe has a BA in English, is a member of ACFW, and has been a freelance editor for over 10 years. She lives in southwest Virginia with her family and a whole bunch of pets. Sally loves genealogy, running, and crocheting.
Haley Hwang is a screenwriter, author, and editor living in the Chicago area. With a bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, her career has spanned working as a newspaper reporter, medical writer and editor, online real estate editor, and online entertainment editor. For the past four years, she has served as a beta reader, critique partner, proofreader, and line editor for writers of flash fiction, short stories, full-length novels, and screenplays.
Haley also writes short stories, novels, and short screenplays and feature screenplays of her own. She has a passion for writing diverse characters, preferably in historical settings with some martial arts and concubines thrown in if at all possible. For her novels, she is represented by Amy Giuffrida of The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency, and her first two novels are out on submission to major publishers. Haley won first place overall in 2020 in The Writer’s Workout’s “Writer’s Games,” a five-week international short story writing competition, and her winning stories are featured in the anthologies 72 Hours of Insanity: Anthology of the Games: Volume 8 (August 2020) and 72 Hours of Insanity: Anthology of the Games: Volume 7 (January 2020). Her creative nonfiction has been published in The New York Times and in the anthology Tiny Love Stories (Artisan Press, December 2020). She also served on the writing team for Season 1 of the radio drama series “Secrets of Harridge House” (KNVC 95.1 FM, Carson City, NV). When Haley isn’t writing or editing, she likes to drink coffee, eat pastries, and think about her next meal.
Haley's Website: https://www.haleyhwang.com/
Kelly Martin is an author, developmental editor, ghostwriter, and teacher. She also is the wife of one handsome dude, mother of two cats, mother of three kids, and grandmother of the cutest little kitten in the world. With over forty books as an author under her belt, Kelly has worked with several editors and publishers through the years. She uses that knowledge to give her developmental edits the personal touch that the best editors gave her. Her favorite things about developmental editing are the brainstorming process to fix plot holes and the excitement of working with other authors. Kelly loves all things paranormal, keeps ghost hunting shows on repeat, and spends most of her time trying to keep her cat off the keyboard. Check out Kelly's website and meet your next favorite MG Horror author (She's ours!): http://www.kellymartinbooks.com/
Pauline is a freelance editor who runs her own editorial business at Pauline Harris Editorial. She’s been an avid writer since childhood and has six published YA novels and one NA novel. She spends most of her time writing, editing, and staying up way past her bedtime to binge watch TV shows with her chubby cat, Leonard.
She's also an amazing author! We love her books. Check out her website here: https://www.paulineharriseditorial.com/
Molly Roth is a Monarch volunteer. She is currently a high school student and plans on majoring in creative writing in college. Molly lives in North Carolina with her brother and two sisters, and she enjoys both writing and reading in her free time.
Monarch Educational Services, L.L.C. was founded in 2018. Dr. Jennifer Lowry positioned herself as a certified coach to authors, worked with families, and created educational materials for authors and schools.
Monarch's publishing house for authors was opened to the public in 2021 and is committed to publishing the highest quality fiction in both electronic and print editions. From editing, formatting, promotion, distribution, and sales, we are a boutique house that focuses on partnering with our authors to reach readers of clean fiction.
Open for unagented submissions - January 2022. Agents, please see what we are looking for!