WASHINGTON – Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WND, today announces the appointment of Megan Byrd, a young veteran wordsmith from Tennessee, as the new editor of WND Books, the subsidiary company that claims the highest percentage of best-sellers among all publishers in America.
Byrd comes to WND from a position as writer, editor and manuscript consultant with HighWire Ink. In that position, she worked closely with authors, agents and other editors on book projects from concept stage to final publication.
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Prior to that, she served as staff writer and editor for Invisible Children, a media-driven, international nonprofit, as well as the editorial assistant for Nashville Lifestyles
Magazine. She also spent two years as a general markets intern at Thomas Nelson
Publishers in the editorial, marketing and publicity departments.
WND Books specializes in cutting-edge current events books. Its diverse stable of best-selling authors includes Jerome Corsi, Michael Savage, Wayne LaPierre, David Kupelian, Judge Roy Moore, Josh McDowell and Ray Comfort.