Royalty Is Both Born & Made Feat. Myneesha King


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Myneesha King is an alumnus of North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Professional Theater.

Myneesha has fulfilled many roles as an actress, playwright, stage manager, director and licensed educator. Myneesha has captured the hearts and minds of her audience as an author. The book store has her first children's book: Angels Don't Wear Wings...They Wear Jackets!

The Kings' Press team welcomes Myneesha in her role of marketing & promotions director assisting authors in ensuring their inspiring works get the recognition they deserve. Contact us!

The Kings' Press is a family-owned company striving to publish meaningful narratives for all ages. Using laughter and joy; facts and fiction; as well as the triumph and trauma of real people to develop better leaders for tomorrow.

Imagine a publishing agency who believes a powerful story can change lives. No need to imagine any longer because we publish inspirational stories that changes lives. Real stories are invaluable to the human soul when they are a testament to progress and growth. Overcoming obstacles at any age and stage in life creates a synergy for progress, keeping an organization and its people laser focused on solutions instead of immersed in temporary challenges.

The Kings' Press is expanding their online book store. We are diligently seeking people with authentic stories of triumph. Whether it's a story for children, teens, or adults; we want to hear about your testament of victory, overcoming the peaks and valleys of life at any age. We are a publishing company producing content for human growth and professional development.

We are here for you!

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