ABOUT STOREHOUSE PUBLISHING
Storehouse Publishing was founded by book editor, author coach, and best-selling and award-winning author Sherrie Clark and successful entrepreneur and financial expert Malaki. For years, each saw the huge need for a publishing company that produced excellence with every size budget in mind. They envisioned a publishing house that was more than a printing press and one that acted with integrity and took pride in every book entrusted to them. There needed to be trust established where authors knew with confidence that they would receive accurate book sales reports and be paid for each book they sold. Then these two ladies met and compared visions. They realized that their visions and their passions were the same and created Storehouse Publishing.
Storehouse Publishing primarily works with the Christian market and with those books that offer family values. Although we will consider other genres that include true crime, mystery, how-to, and self-help, the publisher reserves the right to refuse any book or genre that doesn’t fall within Storehouse Publishing’s parameters and/or meet its standards and values.
Storehouse Publishing’s online classes, courses, videos, and recordings teach you how to write and publish your own books, how to produce your own podcast/vodcasts, and how to do a lot of important functions, saving you time, money, and grief in both the long run and short run. If you don’t see what you need in our growing library today, then check back. Chances are we are in the midst of pulling together the curriculum for it. Whether it’s about writing and publishing a book, producing and hosting a podcast/vodcast, starting a business, managing your finances, and/or numerous other topics, we can show you how to do it and do it right. No matter what stage of the process you are in, we can get you onto the next phase.
Storehouse Media Productions
We’re also excited to announce our new media division, Storehouse Media Productions, where we give those who have message to share, a passion to teach, and/or an issue to address a platform through audio and video podcasts. We place these shows on numerous channels and sites, increasing the exposure to the world.
SHERRIE CLARK, Cofounder
Sherrie is the cofounder of Storehouse Publishing, LLC and its media division Storehouse Media Productions. Additionally, she’s a book editor and a coach to authors all across the country, and she’s the author of the best-selling books Behind Her Special Agent Badge: Murder, Mayhem, and Life in the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and its prequel Behind Her Miami Badge: Undercover, the Cocaine Wars, and Life in the Fast Lane and the author of the award-winning book Small Voices Silenced: The Secret Society of Sacrificed Children. She’s also a public speaker, teaching groups how to write and publish their books at conferences and in online classes and webinars.
Before tackling books, Sherrie wrote for several online and print publications, including the award-winning newspaper Victims’ Advocate, JaxChristian.org, and examiner.com as the Jacksonville Christianity & Social Issues Examiner, a niche that she created and is now used by other writers. Sherrie has by-lined and ghostwritten well over two-hundred published articles, blogs, stories, press releases, etc. and edited almost every kind of communication, including books, websites, bios, articles, stories, a magazine, blogs, press releases, and so on.
Sherrie created, produced, and hosted the weekly live radio show God, Where Were You When? She’s also a member of Life Renewal, Inc.’s board of directors, a former police officer with the NYPD, and a former foster parent. Although she has enjoyed each role, she feels that each one has contributed to where she’s at now, living her dream, doing what she’s most passionate about, and fulfilling the adage, “Do what you love to do, and you’ll never work a day in your life.”
Malaki is a business entrepreneur who has spent her career climbing the ladder of success with a history of achievements. From creating and owning a window washing “business” at the age of nine (complete with employees) to growing up to own and operate a successful six-figure mortgage company to cofounding Storehouse Publishing, LLC and its media division Storehouse Media Productions. Malaki brings over forty years of business ownership and a wealth of business expertise to Storehouse Publishing. During her successful mortgage career, she served as a licensed loan specialist for over fifteen years and a financial educator for over twenty-two years and was named one of the highest-paid female originators in the state of Ohio. She’s certified in business management, supervision development, effective listening, group problem solving, and effective leadership. She’s a public speaker and the author of The Word In Action series that’s designed to bring healing to the destructive financial cycles in the lives of God’s people. She’s also the founder of The Malaki Group, LLC, which brings financial education based on practical application and biblical truth to God’s people through seminars, workshops, and in-home teaching events.
CHANDRONETTE MOBLEY, MBA, Director of Children’s Books Division
Chandronette has written numerous children’s books, including the Rosy series. She combines her creativity, experiences as a second-grade teacher, and knowledge of writing and publishing books to help others achieve their dream and desires of becoming a published author of children’s books. She possesses a Masters of Business Administration (MBA), and her background in psychology and working with children in different environments gives her the unique understanding of the things and events that children are both interested in and learn from. She is also an author of the soon-to-be-released book Weapons of Oz and cohost of the weekly radio show God, Where Were You When?
P. E. KIRKPATRICK, Graphics and Web Design Director
Mrs. Kirkpatrick is an award-winning graphics designer specializing in book and web design. She has years of experience and has designed several books that went on to become bestsellers. As an author herself, she also understands that a professional-looking web presence is key, so she loves to create clean, professional, and easy-to-maintain sites for authors. She has written four books for middle-graders (The Heavens Declare, Light of the World, The Case of the Tabloid Tattler, The Case of the Missing Hero) and one read-aloud for youngsters: Pearl’s Practice.