Sourced Media Books is a hybrid publishing organization with both traditional and non-traditional publishing options. We provide superior ghostwriting, editing, publishing, and publicity services.
Amy Osmond Cook, Ph.D.
Is an editor and writer with experience in nearly all types of writing–from blogs to articles to full-length books. She received her B.A. and M.A. in English and Ph.D. in Communication. She has taught writing and communication classes intermittently for the past fifteen years at BYU, ASU, and the University of Utah. Amy currently ghostwrites for many CEOs who publish in Forbes, Entrepreneur, Wall Street Journal, and other forums. She also currently writes her own columns for the OC Register, Daily Herald, Deseret News, and Cupid’s Pulse. When she isn’t writing, she’s driving her five kids to their various music lessons, watching TV with her husband, or figuring out where she put her car keys.
Is a writer and editor with twenty years of experience in journalism and publicity. Before accepting the position of Publicity Director at Osmond Marketing, she served as the Director of Marketing and Special Projects at The Daily Herald. She also worked as an editor and journalist at The Spectrum (St. George) and The Desert Sun (Palm Springs, Calif.) and as publicist at Gibbs Smith. Specializing in long-form feature writing, some of Jennifer’s favorite articles have centered around topics including the performing and visual arts, literature, pop culture, and her own family.
Is a lifestyle writer who moonlights as a tech writer. Before joining Osmond Marketing, J’Nel Wright helped launch Familyshare.com as an editor and content writer. Her writing has appeared in both regional and national publications addressing a variety of topics ranging from human interest and literature to business, interpersonal behavior and health issues. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Utah. She aspires to be a philanthropist, but she doesn’t like sharing, and she is cataclysmically addicted to fresh doughnuts. She doesn’t share those, either.