Brian Hill and Dee Power Have:
An established track record of publication in different media, venues and niches
Experience interviewing experts in a myriad of fields
Been vetted and published by major book publishing companies
Substantial experience in a variety of industries as a consultant or advisor
Written hundreds of business plans, which include marketing and growth strategies for companies located in a number of different countries.
Commercially published authors of Inside Secrets to Venture Capital, Attracting Capital from Angels, The Making of a Bestseller, The Pocket Small Business Owner’s Guide to Business Plans and the novel, Treasure in the Moonlight. Our books have been published in China and Russia.
Self-published authors of the novel Over Time, Weddings On a Shoestring Budget, How to Travel With Your Dog, the Power of Publicity, and Ghostwritten a number of other books.
Hired to Write:
Thousands, yes thousands, of articles published in various online media including San Francisco Gate, Golfsmith, Arizona Central, Houston Chronicle, Motley Fool,
Garden Guides, Yahoo Finance and Daily Finance. Some have our byline, some have a pen name.
Dee Power was born on the East Coast and grew up on the West Coast. She holds a Master of Business Administration. She started her writing career in the second grade by writing a Thanksgiving Day play which debuted before many appreciative parents. Dee has been engaged to do consulting projects for a myriad of different companies, and realizes now that her management consulting career is over her brain is filled with data about almost every industry. Her previous clients have a tendency to pop up as characters in her novels and screenplays, their identity changed just enough to avoid litigation. But they know who they are.
Dee has been interviewed as an expert on the publishing industry from the author’s point of view by The New York Times, Washington Post, the Associated Press and various local publications.
Brian Hill, a Midwest native, began his writing career while still in college, when he sold an article that became the cover story for a national sports magazine. Brian has a Master’s of Business Administration.
For ten years he was a partner in a management consulting firm and advised several hundred companies across the US, specializing in business planning and finding capital. He has written articles and has been interviewed as an expert in the venture capital industry for numerous publications including Smart Money, BusinessWeek online, and Business Journals in several major cities.
Five years ago, he became a full-time writer of nonfiction and fiction books, as well as screenplays. He has studied screenwriting at UCLA-Extension and won 2nd Place in the 2005 Phoenix Film Festival Screenwriting Competition.