Ray Rhamey is a novelist, editor, and book designer. After doing freelance substantive editing of book-length fiction since the establishment of his Internet editing service in 2001, he has expanded his creative services to include book cover and interior design as well as editing. His website, crrreative.com, offers an a la carte menu of creative services for self-publishers and Indie authors, and he can guide authors through the maze of self-publishing.
He has written five novels and been represented by a literary agent, and has published three of those novels: The Summer Boy, a coming-of-age/mystery; Finding Magic, a woman’s story and contemporary fantasy, and The Vampire Kitty-cat Chronicles, a laugh-out-loud urban fantasy. One wonders when he will settle down.
Ray has also published a book that coaches writers on the craft of storytelling and writing a compelling narrative. Mastering the Craft of Compelling Storytelling, is available at Ray’s website, through your local bookstore, and in Kindle and print at Amazon. Editor/publisher Laura Abbott, Amber Quill Press, says this about his book: “I’ve read many submissions that were near-misses. If the writers had had the benefit of this book, they’d be published right now.”