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Minor Flock Publishing is a response to change, to a new way of existing in a literary world that has shifted dramatically.

In the digital marketing age of social media, no longer is any author beholden to a singular path of success. We can create our own world of readers just as much as we can create our own stories.

Dan McCaslin
Author & Minor Flock Founder

Dealing with schizophrenia and depression from a young age, it was far easier for me to make friends with the page rather than a person. From my struggles, I learned how to experience reality in both factual and fictional manners. In pursuit of finding a way to express myself in a world that I couldn’t quite understand, I began to write. Creating a character, giving life to a world that I knew the rules of, gave me the ability to work out emotions and relationships that others could manage to do with simple conversations and social acumen.

I grew to love stories, so much so that I decided to share my own, to follow through from start to finish and guide other people through a world that I could see and experience. I wanted to share that part of my life in hopes that it would entertain others and allow them a chance to see a side of me that I can’t always show. To further my pursuit, I founded this company.

Minor Flock Publishing is a response to change, to a new way of existing in a literary world that has shifted dramatically. In the digital marketing age of social media, no longer is any author beholden to a singular path of success. We can create our own world of readers just as much as we can create our own stories. We can engage with our readers in a fashion that once only a few letters sent in hopes of a reply existed. We can live out our own dreams and give credence to others who seek to do the same.

I write because I love to. There is no other definition needed to be the author I imagined existed within myself when I was young. I created this publishing company to give my novels a chance to live in your minds and on your bookshelves because they belong out in the world as much as they belong in my mind.