We are a small team of talented professionals with a wide range of skills and experience. We love what we do, and we do it with passion. We look forward to working with you.
Writing Coach, Content Developer, Editor, Book Designer
Chief Creative Officer of Hope House Press, Jessica earned a degree in History from Westmont College, summa cum laude, and an MA in Social Sciences from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem with Highest Honors. A novelist and optioned screenwriter, she has been compared to Michener and Wouk for a younger audience. She is the author of The Seabirds Trilogy, The Seabirds Trilogy World War II Companion Curriculum, and the Girl Reporter Series.
Jessica was a research contributor and content developer for The Jerusalem Institute of Justice and OneStep.life. She has editing credits for 17 released or soon to be released books and her clients include bestselling author Wayne Jacobson (publisher and co-writer of The Shack), Calev Myers, Danny Silk, professional football coach George Naum, former Federal Minister of Minorities for Pakistan, Paul Bhatti.
Emily Glasner, Fort Collins CO
Editor and Content Developer
Emily’s interest in the ancient texts of Scripture inspired her undergraduate studies in Biblical Literature which she completed summa cum laude. She currently is a Master’s Degree Candidate in Global Development Practice at Harvard Extension School. Her graduate work at Harvard Extension School focuses on public policy, human health risks, ecological system dynamics, and social justice. She works as a Senior Editor and Content Developer at Hope House Press. Emily is a musician and composer, has traveled and lived overseas and feels the best education one can procure in life is from getting to know new people.
Emily has editing credits for eight published or soon-to-be published books and is a co-author of The Seabirds Trilogy Companion Curriculum.
Hope Middlebrook, Dallas TX
Editor and Content Developer
Hope is an experienced writer, editor, and content developer. She graduated from Oral Roberts University with a degree in writing and concentration in journalism. Hope is the recipient of the 2019 Peggy Null Research Award for her work on the life of Louisa May Alcott.
Hope has editing credits for seven published or soon-to-be published books and is a co-author of The Seabirds Trilogy Companion Curriculum.
Malana Rei Barton, Wiltshire UK
Hope House Press 2022 Intern
Malana is a proficient fiction and non-fiction writer with a love for words. She is passionate about telling stories that point to the Light and arouse change. Inspired by history and authors akin to C.S. Lewis and Rosemary Sutcliffe, she loves weaving themes of truth and justice into tales of fantasy worlds and stories of the past. Malana loves to work with others motivated by their faith, setting God led goals and accomplishing them together.
Malana is a guest post author at the Kingdom Pen, a member of the Inklings Writers Group, and a Youth Writing Instructor. Malana has several novels in development.