Ben Wolf – Editor-In-Chief

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In 7th grade Ben Wolf saw the movie Congo on TV. It was so bad that he wrote a parody of it that was set in Australia and featured murderous kangaroos instead of gorillas. So began his writing career.

As someone who knows how hectic life can get, Ben founded Splickety Publishing Group to meet the needs of busy folks like him: people who appreciate great fiction but don’t have a lot of time to read.

Ben has written five (unpublished) action/adventure novels and has multiple other projects in the works. He is represented by the Seymour Agency.

In addition to his writing career, Ben offers a variety of professional services to aspiring writers including:

  • Editing and Proofreading
  • Ghostwriting
  • Strategic Novel Planning
  • Public Speaking and Teaching on Writing, Publishing, and Flash Fiction
  • One-on-One Mentoring and Consulting

For more information about his writing and his professional services, please email him at 1benwolf@gmail.com.

Depending on your publishing needs, he can refer you to other industry professionals for other services, including (but not limited to):

  • Graphic Design
  • Photography
  • Marketing
  • Network Marketing
  • Layout
  • Logo Design
  • Conversions to e-Format for Novels
  • Web Design

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