What are people saying about Josh?

As both a writer and [former] children’s bookseller, Josh is uniquely placed in the publishing world. His knowledge of the field is extensive, and he is both professional and personable.

Glenys Nellist, bestselling author of Little Mole Finds Hope, Little Mole’s Christmas Gift, ‘Twas the Evening of Christmas, The Wonder That is You, and the popular series Love Letters from God and Snuggle Time.

I have known Josh for many years and have worked with him in the writing, publishing, and marketing  industry. I am impressed with how prolific he is and how enjoyable it is to work with him. The following are some of my experiences with Josh:

Our Daily Bread Ministry – Josh was on the editorial team when Teri McKinley and I were contracted to launch Our Daily Bread for Kids. He was instrumental in the development process of our devotional books, board books, and activity books. His creative input was valuable to the success of these popular products. 

Baker Book House – Josh was a great fit for the children’s division of the bookstore. He managed author events and holiday programs. His marketing ideas were always kid-friendly and appealed to parents as well. I enjoyed the many story hour programs and signings that he scheduled and facilitated. He is a great listener and encourager to authors. He understands the children’s market as a writer, publisher, and bookseller.

Writers’ Conferences – Josh works behind the scenes as well as in a hands-on capacity at the Breathe Writers’ Conference where I present workshops each year.  He is my go-to guy if I need anything, and he gets the job done. Josh is dependable, personable and an all-around great guy.  

Crystal Bowman, bestselling, award-winning author of more than 100 books for children, lyricist for children’s piano music, and contributor to Clubhouse Jr Magazine (Focus on the Family).

Josh’s ability to plan and pull-off engaging and effective author events is legendary. His knowledge of the children’s book market and what kids (and authors!) enjoy made it a thrill to be asked to do a Baker Book House event with Josh. Kid-Lit authors practically begged to be part of them.

Caryn Rivadeneira, author of the Grit and Grace and Helper Hounds series.

Josh Mosey has a keen ability to connect readers with just the right book for them. I can’t begin to count how many books he recommended for my kids. Each time he was spot on, sharing titles that we greatly enjoyed.

Josh has a passion for good books as a reader, an author, and a bookseller. One need only to look at his background of building a successful writers conference (Jot), expanding the children’s book department at Baker Book House, and his excellent work on his published books to understand how deep his dedication to literature.

Mosey is an important asset to the literary world.

Susie Finkbeiner, bestselling author of All Manner of Things, Stories That Bind UsA Cup of DustA Trail of Crumbs, and A Song of Home.

If you’re looking for an enthusiastic and creative expert in kids’ books, Josh Mosey is your guy. Josh has wonderful ideas to energize readers and a passion and energy to see kids dive in and become life long readers. His excitement for marketing, publishing, and reading is contagious. If Josh ever offered my books a slot for promotion in one of his campaigns, I was always on board, because I knew awareness and sales were sure to follow.

Brock Eastman, author of Bedtime on Noah’s Ark, Mommy’s Favorite Smell, Daddy’s Favorite Sound, The Quest for Truth series, the Sages of Darkness series, Showdown with the Shepherd in the Imagination Station series, and the novella Wasted Wood.

Josh has been a tireless supporter of children’s book authors. He has an excellent working knowledge of the publishing industry and has been both cheerleader and insightful guide in my own journey.

Christie Thomas, author of Quinn’s Promise Rock, Quinn Says Goodbye, and Wise for Salvation. Christie blogs at Little Shoots, Deep Roots.

When I asked Josh for input for an article I was writing, he responded promptly, and his written answers to my questions were complete, well organized, and highly readable. Kindness + professionalism + the ability to communicate effectively add up to a win for me.

Diane Stortz, author and editor.