Bo Sebastian

Bo SebastianA copy editor for Thomas Nelson Publishers, Rutledge Hill Publishers, and International Communications Inc., Bo Sebastian is a member of Tennessee Writers Alliance and has recently been named the first man ever to be published in the critically acclaimed Mossy Creek series by BelleBooks and Berkley Books. Also, under his creative belt are four novels: The Leaving Cellar, One Last Virtue, Billy Ray's Secret, and Marlene and the Religiously Insane. He has written two screenplays—The Dance and Matriarch Rules—and young adult literature—Willa Divine and The Princess of Sheba—and also brought forth a spiritual work, Theoraphasz: Lessons from the Heart.

Mr. Sebastian ghostwrote a book for country music star, Trace Adkins called Then They Do, published by Rutledge Hill. Bo is a renowned vocal coach to recording artists in Nashville, publishing VocaloEase, Studies for the Singer, a praxis for the vocalist, which includes two instructional cassettes and a manual. Bo is also a hypnotherapist and a vegetarian chef, which produced The Protein-Powered Vegetarian published by Excel, Inc. His periodicals have been in music-related journals such as Music Row Magazine; and in New Thought journals such as Spirit in the Smokies, One Miracle, Trans, and The New York United Science of Mind periodical. He has had a bimonthly series of fictional HIV-awareness articles published in Xenogeny.

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His Books From BelleBooks/Bell Bridge Books:

Your Gay Friend's Guide to Understanding Men
Summer in Mossy Creek