Remona Mejak


For those of you who don't know me, I'll explain why I am known as a Publisher Insider Expert. I'm Remona Mejak, Director of AllRconnected an online platform to link authors and storytellers to their audience and to the experts who'll help them share their message with the world.                                                                  

For 35 years, I've been driven to help authors and storytellers share their stories.   I've worked for film studios including Paramount Pictures & Warner Bros. I've held prominent positions with leading production houses, shooting commercials and documentaries. I've held valuable roles in publishing houses, radio stations, PR companies, advertising agencies, and celebrity agents.     

There are moments in life that define us.   Moments where we make decisions that steer us toward our purpose or away from it.   I remember standing at my mother's gravesite crying. I realized at that moment that not only had I lost my mother, but the saddest part was that her incredible talent had died with her.    My mother never had a chance to leave her gift of "words" to the world.  She was an incredible and talented writer, but sadly, she never had the courage nor the opportunity to get anything published.   I made a vow at her graveside that I was going to educate myself at all levels of the publishing industry.   I was going to help storytellers like my mother find their audiences, connect with their readers, get their message out to the world.     It was too late for her, but there are thousands of others I could help now.

I've dedicated my life to protecting authors and storytellers to ensure their stories are heard.  I worked closely with authors of all genres.  I felt humbled listening to their stories, their struggles, and their successes.  I've seen so many authors and screenwriters come and go, and it became very clear to me over the decades of working in this industry why most books and writers fail to reach their potential.   The most common reason often has nothing to do with the quality of the story or writing; most often, it was because the author lacked knowledge of the publishing industry.   They weren't educated to know "HOW" to take their book to the world.