Wolfle WebWriting

Our services include:

Professional writing and consultation services:

  • Copywriting and editorial services
  • Forwards for on-line eBook publishing
  • Interviews for publication
  • Original articles, including ghostwriting
  • Press releases, including dissemination to designated media and print outlets
  • Product and music related reviews
  • Professional profiles and biographies

Design services:

  • Create eye-catching eBook covers

Publishing services:

  • Publish and sell retail eBooks

On-line advertising of eBooks

Contact Paul

P.O. Box 1166
Long Beach, NY 11561

Meet Paul Wolfle

As a dedicated writer, product reviewer, storyteller, journalist, interviewer and biographer, Paul J. Wolfle, B.A. ARM, contributes original material to a number of social media sites, online magazines and a popular digital news reporting service.

Paul is the author of the full-length, political fiction thriller and eBook novel, "A Darker Side Of Privacy." His non-fiction works include the short eBooks, "Seven Celebrated Women of the Blues" and "Ten Legendary Blues Songs You Should Know About." He has also published the eBook short stories, "Loyalty, Love and My Thirty Year Passage," "Dirty Little Deeds in Love and Marriage," "Secrets of the Sapphocans," "More Secrets of the Sapphocans" and "Sapphocans Revealed," which are available on Smashwords.

A vintage blues and guitar enthusiast, Paul's passion about music, television and pop culture is reflected in his writing. He has interviewed accomplished jazz, rock, hip hop and classical artists and frequently offers commentary about contemporary music topics. With the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, Long Island awaiting an extensive renovation, Wolfle has published incisive online pieces about the controversial project. He also assists independent musicians by writing about their talents.

Paul is a supporter of Last Hope Animal Rescue in Huntington and Wantagh, New York; Hillside Family of Agencies, Rochester, New York; Grenville Baker Boys and Girls Club in Locust Valley, New York; and Literacy Nassau, contributing time and support to the organization s UnScrabble event held in 2010.