I had the pleasure for Episode #11 to talk with literary service provider, Ella Curry. Ella owns and operates EDC Creations.
About TLE Guest
Ella D. Curry has 20+ years of marketing and public relations experience. In 2000, she launched her first business as an event planning firm. Three years later, EDC Creations expanded into a literary promotion and marketing company, offering authors opportunities to introduce their books to thousands of eager readers. Her company’s database of loyal book readers is at 165,000 and growing, giving EDC Creations a direct connection with the readers and publishers.
In addition to the Black Authors Network (BAN) radio show, Curry also publishes the Black Pearls Magazine, through which she has interviewed top-selling authors and change agents such as: Dr. Maya Angelou, Alexis M. Herman former U.S. Secretary of Labor, Haki R. Madhubuti, Sonia Sanchez, social activists Dr. Dorothy Irene Height and Jayne Cortez, social psychologist Wade W. Nobles, Olympian Devon Harris, children’s book legend Eloise Greenfield, and Dr. Bernard Walker former US astronaut.
Widely recognized as a leading expert on Internet book promotion she is asked to speak and/or moderate panels at literary events and conferences across the nation. EDC Creations coaches the audience on how to capitalize on what they already have in place. The most important thing that EDC Creations does for their clients is bring out their strengths and weaknesses and address both in the most productive manner.
Ms. Curry lives in Maryland with daughter and partner. As her entrepreneurial spirit guides the way upward, she continues to involve herself in challenging, life enhancing projects. If you would like more information, you may reach her via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the parent website at: www.edc-creations.com.