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At the Cutting EDGE

Joylynn M. Ross and Path To Publishing – At the Cutting EDGE

Joylynn M. Ross, founder of Path To Publishing in Las Vegas, Nevada, has just been awarded a two-year membership in the Vegas Chamber’s prestigious EDGE (Entrepreneur Development for Growth and Excellence) Program for Women & Minority-Owned Small Businesses, a program funded by a Federal Grant and administered by the City of Las Vegas. In presenting this award, Program Director of the Chamber’s EDGE and Small Business Programming, Heather Rise, said, “Our team is impressed by your commitment to success and believes that EDGE will provide you with the resources, support, and connections you need to help you take your business to the next level.”

For over 25 years, Joylynn Ross has written best-selling books under several pen names across several genres and also worked on ghostwritten books that made the New York Times bestseller list. She has helped authors create, publish, and sell approximately $25 million dollars’ worth of books in multiple formats and various rights.

As a ghostwriter, she says, “I ghostwrote several books that made the New York Times bestseller list. Though I obviously can’t contractually name names, that’s what being a “ghost” writer means, one book I worked on became the basis for a theatrical film that was shown in theaters across the country. Another book project I ghostwrote and edited became the basis for a television series that has just been picked up for a third season on a major network.”

When it came to developing an established business — Path To Publishing was founded in Columbus, Ohio, almost a quarter-century ago, then relocated to Nevada in 2017 — Joylynn knew she needed strong local business contacts. “I’d been a member of the Vegas Chamber since 2018. Its resources and opportunities have played a major role in our pre-COVID success and growth. Since 2018, the local Chamber has always supported me. For instance, they graciously hosted our ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate one year of successful business in Nevada.

Path To Publishing Ribbon Cutting with the Vegas Chamber“I see the Chamber as the fraternity and sorority for businesses. There is an unspoken business brother-and-sisterhood among the…


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