Based in Chicago, Joshua Tree Publishing specializes in works that uplift the human spirit, inspire people to reach for higher goals, and touch the hearts of readers. We are an innovative, traditional publisher dedicated to making your dreams of being a published author a reality. Not tomorrow. Not next year. But today.
Joshua Tree Publishing has 32 years of expertise and experience in publishing books. Publishing a book is a process. We guide our authors through that process, asking for their input at every stage. Our goal is to produce a book that professionally reflects the author's vision and voice. We encourage you to submit your work to Joshua Tree Publishing where We Believe in Authors.
Long Winded: An Oboist's Incredible Journey to the New York Philharmonic
by Joseph Robinson
This inspiring account of the improbable ascent from a North Carolina small-town high school band to the principal oboe chair of the New York Philharmonic without benefit of conservatory is a coming-of-age/underdog story with musical meat on its bones. Secrets gleaned from extended encounters with two of the last century's greatest classical musicians—Marcel Tabuteau and Pablo Casals—are revealed within it.
The Bible's Mightiest Villain
by Alexander Newman
The Fortunate Son:
Top, Through the Eyes of Others
by Timothy Trainer
SAN ANTONIO - Sept. 9, 2017 — During an awards banquet, held in the historic Menger Hotel
in San Antonio, the Military Writers Society of America (MWSA) announced its 2017 Medal Winners. Joshua Tree Publishing's The Fortunate Son by Timothy Trainer was awarded the Bronze Medal for Memoirs.
A Glimpse of My Love
by Alexis Salmeron
Princess Isabella and The Mystery of the Spooky Hilltop Cottage
by K.B. Lebsock aand Jessica Wulf
With Eyes Wide Open
by Kelly J. McMullin
The Art of Food and Feminism
by Gretchen and Colleen Ehrhart
a day in the life of a heroin addict
by Herbert Stepherson
Blood and Bone The Arimathea Codex
The Achsah Legacy Series
by Jeremie Newcom
Heroes and Their Trees
by Nicole Morton
Growing Up Strong
When it's time to get your child thinking about weaning.
by Joseph Suste