TouchPoint Press, a traditional royalty paying publisher of digital and print fiction and nonfiction, strives to be innovative and energetic in all we do from acquisitions to promotion before and after publication.

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Our staff is comprised of professionals whose collective experience in publishing, editing, journalism, design, and marketing set the stage behind our growing list of fiction and nonfiction titles.

Meet the TouchPoint Team:

Sheri Williams Publisher

Sheri Williams has worked in the publishing industry for over 20 years. A former literary agent, Williams began her publishing career working as a freelance assistant to an Oregon agency. She has held a number of positions including writer, editor, copy editor, copywriter, proofreader, reviewer and research specialist for many online and print media including Harcourt. She has created strong connections in both the publishing and entertainment industries. Her educational background is Journalism, Creative Writing, Business Administration, and Criminal Justice. Williams is a founding faculty member of the Pitch Me! Workshops for fiction and nonfiction writers and owner of Criminal Justice Professionals, an online group with more than 65,000 members. Sheri is also a Benefits and Training Consultant with AmeriPlan®, the nation’s leading discount healthcare benefits company, where she is able to apply her passion for helping others. She’s an arts and crafting freak and frequently details her projects through posts and amateur (aka horrid) live videos on her Faith and Grace Facebook page. She is a mom to four grown children (and three grandchildren) and a number of four-legged dependents.

Ashley Carlson, Senior Editor, Media Liaison, Deputy Publisher of Faith Imprint 

Ashley Carlson, Senior Editor, Media Liaison, Deputy Publisher of Faith Imprint

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Ashley Carlson has been a book lover from an early age. She studied Journalism for two years before she realized that publishing was her true passion. She earned a BA in English Literature from Grand Canyon University. She is an attentive editor who uses her background in customer service to create a comfortable experience for authors. She also uses her knowledge of social media to ensure a strong presence for TouchPoint, its authors, and their books. Ashley has a passion for the Lord and is excited to help build the new Faith Imprint. Ashley is a Navy wife and the mother to a precocious little boy and a sweet baby girl.

Kimberly Coghlan, Associate Editor

Kimberly Coghlan, Associate Editor

With over ten years’ experience in editing, Kimberly Coghlan is a veracious editor who knows how to make every word count. Kimberly has worked as an editor for several publishing companies, and she owns a small writing company in Mississippi. Before opening her own company, Kimberly worked in secondary education as an English teacher.  She has a BS in English Education and an MA in English. She still teaches writing courses at her local community college. Kimberly lives in Mississippi with her husband Craig, daughter Riley, and two furry children, Rookie (a Miniature Schnauzer) and Rebel (a Boxer).

Jenn Haskin
Associate Editor

Jennifer Haskin is author of the YA fantasy/romance series the Freedom Fight Trilogy. She is also a portrait artist and literary consultant. Jenn lives in the Midwest with her husband and five children. When not attending writer workshops, she leads her own creative writing groups. She is a member of Savvy Authors, and Nebraska, Missouri, and Kansas City Writers Guilds. She joined Touchpoint Press as editor in August of 2019.

Website/blog: www.jenniferhaskin.com
Author page: www.amazon.com/author/jenniferhaskin
On Twitter and Instagram as: @haskinauthor

Sarah Meadows
Associate Editor

Sarah Meadows has been in love with reading since before she can remember. Her passion for literature sparked a dream of making a career in the book world, specifically in the area of publishing. Sarah turned that dream into a reality when she earned her B.A. in English from Liberty University and hopes to continue her education in English literature. During school, Sarah worked as media intern for TouchPoint Press and is excited to see her relationship with TouchPoint to grow. She is a lover of Jesus, a sucker for sunsets, and a coffee connoisseur. When not geeking out over books, Sarah enjoys hosting movie nights, spending time outdoors, and snuggling with her dog Luna.

Marie Cyprien, Associate Editor

Marie Cyprien Associate Editor

“I was born to two hard-working immigrants from Haiti and grew up in a family of storytellers, thus my love for books was rooted. I have over seven years’ experience in editing, proofreading, and writing. As an experienced writing tutor, I love bringing out the best in writers and help them utilize English and literature to the best of their abilities.”

Marie has a B.A. in English and Literature from Pace University (NY) and was the 2014 winner of the Bill and Curtis Owens Award in Fiction. Her experience includes working as an Online Writing Tutor for Brainfuse, Editorial Assistant at Imani House, Digital Content Writer at Puckermob, Writing Support Specialist for Miami Dade College, and Content Intern for Guideposts magazine.

Madison Jeffery, Associate Editor

Madison Jeffery, Associate Editor

Madison fell in love with the written word when she was a child. Her favorite genre is fantasy, though she will read anything you put in her hands! In the rare moments when her nose isn’t stuck in a book, you can find her rooting for her hometown Boston sports teams, stopping to pet every dog she sees, or exploring the Chesapeake Bay. Madison graduated from Salisbury University in 2015 with a Bachelor’s in Communications. She is a member of the Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society, and is currently pursuing her Master’s in English and Creative writing at Southern New Hampshire University, scheduled to graduate May 2018.

Oma Ryan
Associate Editor

In her youth, Oma Ryan attended College of the Ozarks in Branson, Missouri, where she focused on sociology and journalism. She has had a varied career, encompassing child care, customer service, and food service. Most of her working life, however, was spent at National Notary Association, where she helped out in the editorial department, writing and editing books related to notary public law and practices. She even wrote a regular column featuring the unlikely subject of notary public humor. Semi-retired, she has returned to the bosom of her family in Missouri, where she works part-time as a proofreader and copyeditor.

Julia Cheeseman
Associate Editor

Julia Cheeseman has had a lifelong affinity for books. She enjoys editing and the process of publishing books. While her favorite genre is classic literature, she relishes discovering new authors and genres. She hopes to continue in editing and publishing and aims to bring glory to the Lord in everything she does. Julia graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a minor in English Literary Studies. She also interned with Dzanc Books and College Fashionista. In her free time, besides reading books, Julia enjoys music and volunteering in her community.

Stephanie Campbell

Stephanie Campbell Illustrator

Living in Ogden, Utah, Stephanie Elisabeth Campbell is a budding illustrator/artist attending art school at Weber State University. As a child, she wanted to be an artist but never thought she was good enough. Later, she realized her love for books and became a published author. After developing schizophrenia and learning she is autistic from a neuropsychologist, she went through a metamorphosis, became closer to God, and began to draw. She learned her true passion was art but never lost her love of books. Now she is both artist and writer and works hard as a children’s picture book illustrator. Her goal is to have one of the picture books she illustrates on the New York Times bestsellers list.