Thursday, December 10, 2015 — Heritage Builders Publishing has ceased publication and distribution of Ronnie Seaton's controversial new book, Sir White House Chef. Released this month, the book’s content and the author’s credibility came under fire from the New York Post over the weekend.
“We feel that we must protect the reputation of our company and of our many authors,” said Mason Smith, Executive Vice President of Heritage Builders Publishing. “Because we have been unable to get sufficient answers to some of the challenges made by the media, we have decided to stop publication and distribution effective immediately."
Founded in 2009, Heritage Builders Publishing is home to the beloved Serendipity series from best-selling Children’s book author Stephen Cosgrove; FAME Studios founder and legendary music producer Rick Hall’s autobiography, The Man from Muscle Shoals; best-selling songwriter Even Stevens’ autobiography, Someday I’m Gonna Rent This Town; Charlene Montgomery’s autobiography, The Legend of George Jones; Christmas novel Three Searching Kings from Liberty University co-founder, Dr. Elmer Towns; The Family Prayer Bible; I Am God the Son Bible; and many more family and faith-based titles.