PRLog - Jan. 10, 2013 - KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- DonnaInk Publications has on-boarded seasoned professional, Ms. Tracey Street. She extends over 20 years expertise among public relations and marketing arenas and maintains a solid devotion to quality writing. She has agreed to serve as an interim intern for twelve months in aid to DonnaInk Publications from the ground floor up. Ms. Tracey Street stated she finds business theory and practices of Ms. D.L. Quesinberry, CEO of DonnaInk Publications, fit perfectly with her own ideals. Ms. Quesinberry finds Ms. Street's candid presentation to be refreshing. Adding her skill set maps directly to the new and trend-setting styles DonnaInk Publications represents.
Ms. Tracey Mayo Street, DonnaInk Publications
Ms. Street shared, “I am excited to work with a retrofitted traditional publishing house, featuring a sensible leading-edge framework in regard to the publishing industry and 2013 business development dynamics. As a company, DonnaInk Publications presents as a solid literary team who work hard and maintain high standards of conduct for a fluid stable of authors. Personally, I believe the world is big and there's ample room for everyone to achieve their dreams and visions. Especially when doing things at 100% capacity, through sustainable acuity, while improving the world around us by not only achieving internal goals and objectives, but also by being kind and compassionate in doing so. Ms Quesinberry extends publishing capabilities to the disabled - so her company is doing this and more. Where others suggest to her to cut authors with disabilities, Ms. Quesinberry holds to the iron rod of her faith. She mentors, advises and friends authors, she attempts to make time for them to engage them in a one-on-one manner - as a friend and as a CEO-Publisher. When I learned of her genuine nature and earnestness in representation, I wanted in. As this company grows, it is my hope to move from an interim intern to an internal role. While I understand this hinges solely on Ms. Quesinberry's potential future offer, I'm more than willing to intern until such time.”
When asked about her decision to join such a company with new visionary concepts DonnaInk Publications seems to extend as a publishing house, Ms. Street responded, "DonnaInk Publications is a hybrid woman-owned small business publisher featuring fiction and non-fiction works extending select, general and business shelves. As a company, DonnaInk Publications supports their authors from day one to day none of agreement with zero sign-on fees. I understand they incorporate some unique trade secrets, which involve repeatable process, quality assurance practices and continuous process improvements.
While the company does request a small public relations and marketing retainer, it is extremely modest and extends a solid public relations business arm as an affiliate. Everyone knows what public relations cost these days and it is far more than their basic presentation. DonnaInk Publications produces audio-books, books, eBooks, magazines, merchandise and videos; also featured are illustrators and cover designers as well as video compilers for trailers and other asides. What a fluid representation thus far, when Ms. Quesinberry's focus on this business arm at 100% capacity began in July of 2012; already, 40 authors have have joined the shelves and it appears at least 75 authors will be represented by the end of the 2013. I'm very excited to join this value-add team on the ground floor and look forward to build with them!"
Donna L. Quesinberry, CEO and President of DonnaInk Publications remains enthusiastic about her growing team. “Tracey came very highly recommended from a world renown image consultant. Her abilities in public relations, marketing and as a seasoned writer are going to be put to good use to benefit our authors, because this is all about our authors. Happy authors is where our focus lies. We have high expectations for Ms. Street and her role as an interim intern. And, I am personally very happy she came so highly recommended and determined to gift us with a one-year interim internship.”
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