• Corporate communications & Publishing

Stellar Communications Houston delivers quality business communications and nonfiction books to businesses, organizations and nonfiction authors.

Corporate communications

We've served clients in various fields, from banking, business coaching, education, energy, engineering, ergonomics, and insurance to medicine, marketing, pharmaceuticals, publishing, realty, recruiting and website development.

We provide articles, biography pages, blogs, books, bulletins, brochures, case studies, corporate histories, cover letters, cut sheets, e-books, email ads, emails, Facebook pages, flyers, grants, LinkedIn profiles, manuals, newsletters, reports, resumes, speeches, summaries, website content, technical writing, and more.

Please open our portfolio below for a few samples.

Book publishing

Our publishing team is passionate about developing quality nonfiction books in print and digital formats, including memoirs, autobiographies, business books, educational workbooks, Bible studies, history books, personal improvement books, and more.

We provide every expert and element along the way, including our writer, editor, proofreader, graphic designer, photographer, and book campaign manager.

We're confident that you'll be proud of your final masterpiece, and we welcome you to visit our portfolio below.

Consistent Results

Whether you need corporate content or a book, the results are the same. We deliver quality, integrity, and reliability in everything we do. Please visit our portfolio for a list of client testimonials.

Samples by Stellar Communications:

  • Winner of the 2017 IPPY bronze for Best Regional Nonfiction (South U.S.). Contraflow is Bill Herrington's eyewitness perspective of the lives of people, business, and entire cities that were temporarily reversed and permanently altered by Hurricane Katrina, one of the most catastrophic storms in U.S. history.
  • Browse our media kit to read a few samples of our work and check out our clients.
  • Running in Heels: A Memoir of Grit and Grace tells of the incredible story of Mary Ann Perez through the shadows of her mother's choices and on through an abusive marriage, ultimately providing a universal message of forgiveness and hope.
  • I Must, by pastor Don G. Cyphers, is a teaching tool for those ready to take the next step in their faith. With a focus that draws from the story of the nameless prophet in I Kings 13 and an assortment of refining life lessons, this study will give the believer the ears to hear, the eyes to see, and the heart to execute God's plan for his or her life.
  • Medicine at a Crossroads, by Dr. Michael Attas, is a collection of stories addressing the most pressing questions in medicine today through the lens of the medical humanities. The stories of illness, medicine, and healing are told from the perspectives of physicians, patients, and anyone in the healthcare system. Foreword by Judge Ken Starr.
  • Over 50? Menopausal? You're Fired!!! is the humorous tale of Penny Pinkslip, from the humiliating day that she is fired through the five stages of losing a job and to the triumphant moment of accepting a new offer. Packed with 90 pages of colorful drawings and practical tips, this self-help gift book provides hope and beneficial job seeking advice to people walking the rocky road of unemployment.
  • Not Just Another Marriage Book (2017) is a Biblical teaching tool in which Doug and Sissy Pitcher of Pitcher Ministries speak from past pain and failures to help couples create lasting and fulfilling relationships. Using God’s design, readers learn seven simple tools and resources to thrive in their marriages with “eyes wide open.”
  • This is Me (2017) is a compilation of selected poetry, school assignments, notes, and drawings by Alex Ware, who took his own life at just nineteen years old, leaving behind a volume of work that reveals his sharp intellect, prophetic thoughts, quirky sense of humor, and private pain.
  • A Children’s House (2018), by Alanna F. Bree, M.D., is the miraculous true journey of how a pediatric dermatologist risked everything to follow a calling—with a passion to positively impact the lives of children and teens around the world who are affected by skin disease and birthmarks. The author held its debut book signing at The Health Museum in Houston, Texas, and all proceeds went toward her nonprofit, A Children’s House.
  • What Hurts the Physician Hurts the Patient, by Iris Mushin (2018), describes MedRAP, a comprehensive program that addresses stress and burnout, ultimately helping to transform the medical training of residents. The program, including the accompanying Facilitator Manual e-book, has been endorsed by medical leaders around the United States.
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"Brilliant at conveying processes."

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"100% pleased with your work and style."

-Bill Herrington, Author



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-Pat Stone, Author



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-Patrick Granger, Author



"What more can a writer want!"

-Dr. Michael Attas, Author



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-Dr. Alanna Bree, Founder, A Children's House



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