Michael Sloser began his publishing career with Prentice Hall. He went on to work for two advertising agencies that specialized in book publishing before starting his own agency, The Mesa Group.
During his publishing career, he worked with such publishing houses as Harper Collins, Doubleday, Dell, Little Brown, St. Martin’s Press, and G.P. Putnam’s Sons. During that time he also worked closely with the marketing and editorial teams in developing works by such authors as Mary Higgins Clark, James Herriot, Tom Clancy, and Thomas Harris.
Michael also created The Original Internet Address Book, published in 1996 by Prentice Hall.