Storehouse Media Group, LLC, evolved from Storehouse Publishing, LLC due to the needs of our clients that went beyond writing and publishing a book. Books needed to be marketed, copy needed to be written, and shows needed to be broadcasted, all to ensure stories, messages, voices could have the largest audience and the biggest impact all over the world.


As a client-first company, our teams of designers, editors, writers, and producers pool together our skills, talents, and decades of experience to meet all of those needs: author coaching, ghostwriting, publishing, marketing, best-seller programs, podcasting, and copywriting, all to become a one-stop shop from the housewife to entrepreneur to the executive.


So, in addition to establishing a client-focused publishing company, we branched out into other forms of media. Not only are clients able to share their message in the pages of books, but they can broadcast it and market it through social media, email series and landing pages, video sales letters, and press releases.


Working with folks nationally and internationally, we set exceptionally high standards for ourselves, producing everything with excellence. We envision a publishing house that’s more than a printing press where authors can be confident they receive accurate book sales reports and are paid for each book sold; a podcast station that’s more than a microphone where show hosts are confident that their shows are syndicated; a house that acts with integrity and takes pride in every book and every show entrusted to us. This vision remained and has continued to grow right along with Storehouse.


Although Storehouse Media Group (SMG) primarily works with the Christian market and those projects that offer family values, we will consider other genres that include true crime, mystery, how-to, and self-help. However, SMG reserves the right to refuse any book or genre that doesn’t fall within its parameters and/or meet its standards and values.




Sherrie Clark’s passion to help authors succeed with well-crafted, polished books led to her become a sought-after author coach, ghostwriter, and book editor all across the country and internationally. With her unique descriptive writing style, she creates engaging, compelling content. She ghostwrote the best-selling books  Behind Her Special Agent Badge: Murder, Mayhem, and Life in the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and its prequel Behind Her Miami Badge: Undercover, the Cocaine Wars, and Life in the Fast Lane and authored the award-winning book Small Voices Silenced: The Secret Society of Sacrificed Children.


Before tackling books, Sherrie started sharpening her professional writing skills in 2003 by writing copy for case studies, press releases, articles, blog posts, websites, bios, newsletters, email series, autoresponders, bios, and such, and she has by-lined and ghostwritten articles and article series. She continues to add to her toolbox of copywriting skills through business-building programs that include white papers, B2B emails and email series/campaigns, and the value-added services, List Building and SEO.


Sherrie is a public speaker and takes her passion to conferences, seminars, groups, and online classes to teach aspiring authors how to write their books in a simple, step-by-step, tried and proven formula.


As a visionary, she knew in late 2012 that podcasts were the wave of the future and created, produced, and hosted the live weekly podcast God, Where Were You When? She now produces the show while launching a new division within her company that provides aspiring podcast hosts with their own show.


Sherrie is the CEO and co-owner of Storehouse Media Group, LLC and the editor-in-chief and acquisitions editor for its sister company Beyond Publishing. She’s also a member of the Professional Writers’ Alliance, a former police officer with the NYPD, a member of Life Renewal, Inc.’s board of directors, a Licensed Clinical Christian Counselor, an adoptive parent, a former foster parent, and an advocate for children through her writing and when she was a board member for the Greater Jacksonville Foster & Adoptive Parent Association and as a member of the Northeast Florida Human Trafficking Coalition.


Although she has enjoyed every role and phase of her life, she feels each one has contributed to where she’s at now, living her dream, doing what she’s most passionate about, and fulfilling the adage, “Do what you love to do, and you’ll never work a day in your life.


Michael Butler is passionate about getting peoples stories out to the world in book form and in every other format as well. He stuttered as a child and knows what it’s like trying to get your message heard.


He’s the best-selling author of Single Dad’s Survival Guide and of the upcoming book, Best Seller Status, INFLUENCE -What it is and How to Get It.


He’s also the co-owner of Storehouse Media Group and the CEO of Beyond Publishing, a new Hybrid Publishing company based in Los Angeles with its sister office in Jacksonville, Florida, that will hit its 100th book published by the 4th of July! His Podcast INFLUENCER RADIO is heard globally by thousands.


He’s most proud of his 4 successful sons and 5-year-old grandson Brighton Lane. Michael still goes snow skiing with his dad every year, who is almost 80. He loves creating best-sellers and getting books globally distributed beyond Amazon and into Asia, Europe, and India and the remotest parts of the globe.



RHONDA R. BIONDI, Chief Operating Officer

Rhonda Biondi brings 25 years of knowledge and extensive operation experience to Storehouse Media Group.


As an entrepreneur in her teens, she excelled in personal sales leading to training and managing people on how to achieve success. Therefore, management and operation skills developed, taking her to future ranks in Florida in 1986.


Working for the one of the top 10 general contracting firms, she performed as the chief assistant to the CFO and chief assistant to the Marketing Manager. This navigated her in broadening opportunity by controlling operations and directives for staff in coordination with the president of another firm.

Rhonda received multiple certifications for marketing and sales trainings. With an aspiration in fashion, via Fossil Group, she performed sales, trainings and management for Michael Kors products.


She has also served for years as a caregiver for a senior family member which has developed her passion to contribute inspiration and encouragement to others to improve their life at every age level.


Being an avid reader of books, she feels there are so many stories that need to be told. There is legacy that requires someone to deliver such. She aspires to be a part of this also with Storehouse Media Group.

MARSHA GEOGHAGAN, Podcast/Videocast Producer

Marsha brings 25 years of television experience as a former employee of WJEB-TV 59, an affiliate station of Trinity Broadcasting Network. Her decades of working with television shows , hosts, and guests provide her with the knowledge and insight needed to make sure each show on the Storehouse Media Group network is produced with quality.




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