About Larry Stone
Larry Stone has published more than a dozen New York Times bestsellers. After learning book production at the American Bible Society and managing three book clubs, he built the successful book division of Thomas Nelson Publishers and then co-founded Rutledge Hill Press. Best known for having published Life’s Little Instruction Book—the only book to be #1 on the New York Times bestseller list in hardcover and paperback at the same time—Rutledge Hill Press was characterized by quality editing, creative marketing, and energetic sales.
A graduate of Moody Bible Institute and University of Iowa, Larry has studied at the New York University Graduate School of Business Administration, taught writing seminars in Africa, America, and the Caribbean, and was recently executive director of KidShape, a non-profit that helps overweight children and their families become more healthy.
Larry has been married to Lois for 45 years and they have two sons–-Brad and Geoff–-and nine grandchildren. They are also "grandparents" to eleven others. They live in Nashville, Tennessee, where they are active in the Covenant Presbyterian Church, and Kattskill Bay, New York, where they are active in the Bay Road Presbyterian Church in Lake George.
To see more about Larry Stone, you can find his resume here.