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Author Jessica Tilles Shares Success Tips with The Thought Brothers


By Gary A. Johnson

JESSICA TILLES is an award-winning, best-selling author and has written over fifty books as a ghostwriter under

In 2000, Jessica founded TWA Solutions and Services (formerly The Writer’s Assistant), a full-service, creative design firm offering services in graphic design, book design, web design, editing, book/self-publishing, advertising, marketing, packaging/branding, and ghostwriting.

In 2006, Jessica opened her publishing company, Xpress Yourself Publishing, to talented authors, growing her roster to over eighty authors. In 2008, she received the prestigious title of Independent Publisher of the Year awarded by the African American Literary Awards Show. In 2015, she focused on her literary career and reduced her roster to three authors.

I’ll STOP here!  Listen carefully as Jessica shares her story of perseverance, as she overcame personal challenges with a “never quit” attitude.  In addition, Jessica was NOT afraid to reach out to those around her and ask for help along the way.  Today, she is paying it forward helping others to be successful, however they define success.




For more information visit Jessica’s website at

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