Meet My Partners
Josh and Danielle Menning are award-winning producers, directors, and screenplay writers. Josh was recently nominated for Best Director in the category of Christian Documentary at the International Christian Film and Music Festival in Orlando, FL for the film Gateway of Hope. Beast of Our Fathers is slated for its premiere in the fall of 2019. Also in the fall of 2019, Menning Films will begin production for the novel, Song of the Tree Frogs, written by me, J. W. Kitson.
The mission of the Team Mojo Foundation is to create opportunities for underprivileged young people in the areas of education, art, music, sports, life skills and other worthwhile endeavors by providing support, guidance and financial assistance.
We identify candidates by networking with school administrators, teachers, counselors and coaches, as well as churches, government officials, community leaders and others who share our vision.
CASA, short for Court Appointed Special Advocates, is an organization dedicated to helping abused and neglected children in the foster care system and in the courts. CASA plays a vital role in the process of stabilizing children’s home environment and reducing the amount of time they spend in foster care.
Tammy is a professional artist and illustrator. The mediums she uses are watercolors, pastels, and alcohol inks. She enjoys learning and experimenting with colors. Tammy uses bright, vivid colors to capture her subjects’ vitality and beauty. Her favorite subjects are wildlife & nature, the mountains & forests of Montana, and flowers.
Sean’s Bridge to Hope is a non-profit organization started in memory of Cindy and Ed Anderson’s son, Sean Michael O’Connor who lost his battle with addiction on May 5, 2015.
Cindy and Ed are committed to increasing awareness and education from an early age and carrying on throughout the school age years and beyond.
Their goal is to see our community pull together to bring rehabilitation centers, transitional housing to guide those suffering with SUD, education and support to our community.
East Liverpool’s Got Talent Corp.’s purpose is to educate, coordinate, recognize, provide aid to inspire and expose to the public our local musicians and artists in our hometown and surrounding communities. We believe showcasing new talent will inspire others, and result in the betterment of our community.
We provide education by giving free lectures and slideshows in schools, libraries, and other public venues as well as utilizing social media channels and the corporation’s website to provide exposure to promote youthful and beginning artists and musicians. We host community functions which introduce musicians and artists to the public attending.
At the Studio, editor and publisher Lara Helmling teaches real business to real authors…authorpreneurs who aren’t already connected to the Who’s Who of All-Things-Publishing and who don’t have an email list of 100,000 readers and 40,000 Twitter followers.
We guide authors to the goal – a marketing system that combines a strong website, active social media, traditional media opportunities, and a good book. Our authors become a force to be reckoned with – one that draws readers in and keeps them coming back.
Forest City Publications exists for one reason. Authors. It is our mission to help authors spread their message and get their books into as many readers’ hands as possible – without breaking the bank.
We offer guided self-publishing with the expert guidance of publishing industry insider secrets. We also offer publishing packages for authors who want their publisher to do the design work for them.
By lifting the veil on the publishing world, Forest City Publications empowers authors and helps them reach their goals and dream big.