Author | Speaker | Volunteer
Raoul Jones’ journey to becoming an author and entrepreneur began in 2016. He is the founder and creative mind behind Lone Blue Wolf Publishing Company. It is within entrepreneurial activities that he finds enjoyable freedom and flexibility to execute his imagination.
“It shall come to pass that before they call, I will answer; And while they are still speaking, I will hear” (NKJV).
Possessing a passion for fiction and sci-fi and fantasy, he wrote the children’s books: “A Day with Dad” and “Today, We Celebrate Mama" under the pseudonym Spot Johnie Marx. Additionally, he wrote the fiction novel: “Down These Streets Alone” under Ra-Ra M. J. More literary projects are currently underway, including the upcoming release of “The Brothers Three”—a comic-based novel featuring all original characters.
Raoul is a four-time college graduate, holding a B.A. in Psychology, M.S. in both I-O Psychology and Management with a concentration in Human Resources, and an M.B.A in Marketing. He believes that an individual can never know enough to succeed. The world is in a state of constant evolution, and if anyone wants to advance, they must be forward-thinking and willing to learn.
One valuable lesson that Raoul learned in the course of working in Corporate America, is that if an opportunity is unattainable or nonexistent, it is necessary for a person who aspires success to create the opportunity for his or herself.
Fulfilling a personal aspiration in his spare time, Raoul volunteers at public schools in Houston, Texas, sharing professional and personal experiences to inspire generations of the future.
To inspire generations young and old; promote diversity in fiction and fantasy publications; and advance awareness of socio-economic issues in the world through discourse.