Shashana Page, Author, Founder, and CEO of Lost Page Publishing, was raised by her grandmother in the city of San Bernardino, California. Determined to overcome the unfortunate circumstances associated with being born to heroin-addicted parents, she obtained a degree in nursing by the age of twenty four. During the course of pursuing her education, Shashana was unexpectedly forced to face single motherhood as a result of the brutal murder of the love of her life and father of her children. Despite the obstacles presented before her, Shashana nurtured two beautiful daughters who now attend college full time. Her gift of writing was unveiled during an English course required for nursing school… Only to be rediscovered, two decades later, while writing a short story entitled, ‘Paris’. After embracing her career as a Registered Nurse for twenty three years, Shashana has allowed her intuition to guide her into this literary and publishing journey. It’s been a long time coming… Nevertheless, she is finally given the opportunity to share her passion with the world… as it is revealed in her Debut and Sophomore novels, ‘INTUITION’ and ‘GRACE’!!!
Lost Page Publishing is a newly developing independent publishing company committed to producing quality literature with substance, diversity, and style. We combine the unknown author’s undiscovered potential with Lost Page Publishing’s unique approach to publishing, ultimately providing high quality literature.
The founder of this company is a first time author herself, and is passionate about making the transition from manuscript to print as comfortable as possible for the author. Our focus is on the success of the writer, who created the vision, dedicated the time, and worked diligently to make their dream come true. Therefore, Lost Page Publishing allows the author to retain all rights to their manuscripts, and offers the highest royalties from sales as well. Although we are an establishing company, Lost Page Publishing has set high standards and will not accept manuscripts that do not meet the minimal requirements for production.