Betts McCalla is an author and publisher residing in Peoria, Arizona. Brought up in the Midwest, she met the love of her life, Jerry, and they worked together as partners producing local television shows in the Chicago area including the counterculture Underground News. The show's eclectic mix of guests included John Lennon and Yoko Ono, the Grateful Dead, Sen. Eugene McCarthy, activist Abbie Hoffman, Mick Jagger, and Joan Baez.

Betts co-owned and managed a manufacturing company for years in southern California and Arizona before she founded Running Quail Press, a national publishing firm for indie writers. Her writing career includes documentary television scripts, infomercial scripts, articles for newspapers including The Chicago Tribune, masses of advertising media copy and her soon to be published book, Not Too Frayed To Fly.

One of the things she likes most about owning Running Quail Press is her ability to work one to one with aspiring writers from draft to finished book for sale.

We Know Self-Publishing

We are a small family-run publishing company that was created to assist writers in becoming published authors. Our background encompasses marketing, writing, production, editing, fine arts and product branding. Our publishing packages offer cover design, formatting, and publishing in print and/or electronic media. We can take your existing manuscript and print it as is, or, with additional editing services help you refine your product. We offer proofreading, copyediting, substantive and developmental editing, researching, fact-checking and writing as additional premium services to make your book the best it can be.

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