About Us

Cedar Fort’s Vision

We want to publish uplifting and edifying books that help people think about what is important in life, books people enjoy reading to relax and feel better about themselves, and books to help improve lives. Whether or not a book is written specifically to the LDS market, all of our books should be suitable and uplifting for any group. Our authors believe, as do we, that books should inspire readers to be better people, and we strive to always publish books that are in harmony with that spirit.

In the past few years we have grown substantially, and we hope to continue growing, bringing more authors and more great books into the marketplace. We are also excited to increase our CD and DVD product lines.


Cedar Fort’s Mission Statement

It is the mission of Cedar Fort to gather and develop life-enhancing and inspiring ideas and products, and convey them to our customers in the most professional, friendly and timely manner while providing for our families.

Contact Us

Share this:
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Digg Delicious Reddit Stumbleupon Email

6 Responses

  1. Mary-Ellen Hansburg
    Mary-Ellen Hansburg at | | Reply


    Dear Editor,

    I am interested in finding a publisher to bring out my short stories, “Three Creeks Stories” as a collection. These stories developed from my graduate work at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. I am trained as a teacher and have focused my recent work on teaching humanities and writing. I am a Fellow of the National Writing Project, and have published in academic and literary journals.

    My imaginary town of “Three Creeks, Ohio” has an introductory video on Youtube; Also we are on Facebook, where one can find audioclips of some of the stories. So far, the stories seem to have been well recieved, and I feel called to try and publish them. This is a faith step for me.

    Ms. Susan G. Wooldridge, CA poet, recommends my work. Ms. Joan Wester Anderson, IL writer. knows of my work. I have a vignette in her collection: “Dog Tails”.

    Many thanks for your kind consideration of my inquiry.

    All the Best,
    Me (Mary Ellen) Hansburg

  2. Anna Scow
    Anna Scow at | | Reply

    We we’re given the book “The Pioneers – A Course in Miracles” for Christmas. The second story in the book titled “Bread Alone” is about my husband’s grandfather and family. We desperately would like to buy 15 more copies of this book. I sincerely hope you can help us. From Anna Marie Scow

    1. Sweetwater Books Marketing
      Sweetwater Books Marketing at | | Reply

      Anna- You can order copies of the book by calling our order department at 801-489-4084. Amazon also carries the book.

  3. George Manning, PhD
    George Manning, PhD at | | Reply

    I am requesting to use some material from your book, “Israel’s Lost Ten Tribes” by Vaughn E. Hansen, PhD.

    I am writing a book, entitled, “The Origins and Future of America, Great Britain and Germany.” It is being published by Outskirts Press in Parker, CO. I am requesting to use the following material from Hansen’s book as follows:

    Druidism was the religion of England at the time. Christ apostles brought Christianity to Britain. Their teachings were readily accepted because a foundation as already there. (Hansen, p17)
    Sir Henry Morton Stanley, famous British explorer, describes circle of stones from Mt. Gerizim (the Mount of God) from Palestine to the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea, the coast of Western Europe, to Portugal, Bay of Biscay in Brittany and on to Denmark, Sweden and Norway. All of these stone circles are very similar. It is believed that these are the wayward marks for the Israelites to follow. Besides naming places after Dan, the Danites provided signs of using stone circles and cairns. Stonehenge is one of the more elaborate stone circles.

    Dr George Manning

    1. Sweetwater Books Marketing
      Sweetwater Books Marketing at | | Reply

      Please send an email to marquise@cedarfort.com for more info. Thank you.

  4. George Manning, PhD
    George Manning, PhD at | | Reply

    I forget to supply the page number for the second paragraph. It is p26-27.

Please comment with your real name using good manners.

Leave a Reply