The short story
Raven’s Quill Publishing is a small press founded by Marissa Frosch in 2019. Publishing books that will change lives with an emphasis on giving authors the support they need to get their books into the hands of true fans and give them the time to write more books.
Marissa got her Associates Degree in Marketing at Southern New Hampshire University before training to be a Certified Book Launch Coach. She’s currently working on her Story Grid Editor Certification and plans to bring next-level storytelling to all the books published by Raven’s Quill Publishing.
She also writes fiction under the names Cameron J Quinn and Angela Breen.
Marissa was a co-founder of Amphibian Press before shifting her focus to her own company.
The long version
As the wife to a Marine and mother to three beautiful children, I value family above all else. What better way to spend time together than reading?
When my older sister moved across the country when I ten, we used writing a book as a way to stay connected. I’d write a scene and send it in the mail, she’d write the next scene and send it back. In a lot of ways, that was the start of our relationship. One of the most important of my life.
Growing up, my dad always harped on the importance of reading. And with good reason. Because of various factors my father didn’t learn to read until he was fourteen years old. As a result, literacy is very important to me. One of the ways I get kids excited about books is by working with local schools to create books for and by the students. Getting kids involved in the process has been amazing and I look forward to doing it again. For more information about creating a book with your school email me at admin (at)
I started writing early in life but decided to write a book and become an author after my first child was born in 2010. He provided structure and forced a schedule that–as it turned out–was conducive to my creativity.
My best friend V.S. Holmes had just finished her first book–what would become Smoke and Rain–and sent it to me to read. Her dedication and hard work inspired me to give it a try. Fast forward a few years and she asked me to be part of Amphibian Press. I spent five amazing and