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Pam Brantley

Pamela Brantley, a retired naval officer with the rank of Captain (06), is a licensed real estate broker and investor with over 35 years in the business. She has been investing in real estate in Florida since 1978 and is currently the owner of Realty Masters of FL in Pensacola, a full service real estate brokerage founded in 1998 with emphasis on property management and working with investors.

Ms. Brantley is a member of the National Association Of Realtors®, is active in the local Chamber of Commerce, Better Business Bureau, and the Pensacola Association of Realtors and Property Managers Association, and still buys, sells, and rents properties daily. Her three grown children Christine, Nicole, and David work in the business with her. She has owned over 100 properties in Florida and is considered to be an expert in all aspects of the real estate business.

The Real Estate Rulebook

Everything you need to know to build WEALTH and create passive INCOME

This book is my personal story of how I built wealth investing in residential real estate and gives lots of useful advice on how you can too.

The Real Estate Rulebook is not a get rich quick scheme but is instead a sound, long-term approach to attain financial success. Inside you will find guidance on short and long term investing, how to wholesale properties for quick cash, and how to build a portfolio of properties to hold and rent for cash flow and appreciation.

There is also advice about managing properties and how to choose a good manager if you prefer not to deal with your own tenants. Included are tips for maintaining your property over time, what to do and not to do. This book is comprehensive and covers everything you need to know from A-Z but it also contains a story about how I did it starting from 1978 and how I continue to do it today.

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Katherine Youngblood

Katherine Youngblood spent her childhood traveling around the world with her mother, brothers and Air Force father, learning to treasure people from all cultures. Settling in Pensacola, FL, she has finally put down roots, raising her three children along the lovely Gulf of Mexico. Katherine is passionate about literature, animals, nature, and people. Her desire is to connect with those who have lost their way in the world. She hopes her writings express hope and forgiveness.

Her favorite quote:

“Everything matters. Because you are important, everything you do is important. Every time you forgive, the universe changes; every time you reach out and touch a heart or a life, the world changes; with every kindness and service, seen or unseen, my (God’s) purposes are accomplished and nothing will ever be the same again.” THE SHACK by William P. Young

Her favorite authors are C.S. Lewis, Thomas Merton, Agatha Christie, E.L. Doctorow, Toni Morrison, and others.

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Joyce Muzzio

J.E. Muzzio, a Tampa native, lives a solitary life in the shadow of The Big Guava. Jacob’s Ladder was her first work of fiction. It was inspired by her children and brought to life by her father, her hero, who always told her she could do anything – even dance on the stars; and her mother who taught her that if you want to dance, you have to pay the fiddler.

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John D. Melvin, II

As a first-generation high school graduate, John has been fortunate enough to have been given many excellent opportunities to better himself through higher education. Having earned two bachelor’s degrees in history and philosophy and a master’s degree in history, John is an instructional designer and historian who recently became a published author with his first book, Pouring a Round of Pensacola’s Past.

Personally, John donates time and resources to various local historical organizations, as he has a passion for history. Professionally, he is a full-time instructional designer who develops education and training for adult learners. John has been developing courses for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) since October 2014.

Prior to becoming an instructional designer, he served in various roles, including small business manager, healthcare financial counselor, college history instructor, and researcher/technical writer in the oil industry. In addition to his role as an instructional designer, John is a full-time PhD student at the University of South Alabama in the Instructional Design and Development program, and he is conducting preliminary research for his next book.

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Mitch Wisniewski

Mitch Wisniewski is a senior Creative Writing major at the University of West Florida. He has always enjoyed writing and is currently working on a coming of age novel, as well as a series of short stories posted weekly on mitchwisniewski.substack.com.

He spends far too much time on his laptop and far too much money at thrift stores. A perfect balance in his opinion. He can be found on Twitter and Instagram @mitchwis.