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E.K. Prescott, Ph.D.

E.K. Prescott, Ph.D., has been an educator for almost 30 years, and has taught at the college level for the past 15 years. She spent many years as a high school English teacher, middle school principal, and national educational consultant. Among her many accomplishments, she has been awarded research grants, named director of a research institute, and her work was published by the S-STEP group of the American Educators Research Association. She was also asked to present her research in London, England at a S-Step conference.

Prescott earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of Missouri and her master’s degree at Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, WI. She earned her doctorate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she was awarded a three-year, full-time Fellowship.

She is currently an online Associate Faculty member, mentor and residency instructor for the University of Phoenix-School of Advanced Studies, as well as a part-time professor for other online doctoral programs.

Nine Squares: The Ivy League Chronicles won three awards in 2013: Honorary Mention for Historical Fiction, New York Book Festival, Hollywood Book Festival and Paris Book Festival.

Prescott lives in a log cabin nestled in the mountains of northern Arizona with her husband, four horses, and two black labs. Her son Doug serves as her business advisor and lives nearby with his wife, Sarah, and their young daughter, Audrey. Doug and Sarah will welcome a new addition to their family in January 2013. "Briggs" (short for Brigadoon) is a 19-year-old Arabian. Briggs is the comedian of the herd. In his heyday, he won many ribbons, but now he enjoys the quiet, high desert.

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  • What IS an IS NOT Historical Fiction

  • What IS an IS NOT Historical FictionJune 27th, 2019
    Presently, the trend in popular televisions series and films are plots that make history come alive. For example, the award-winning HBO series Boardwalk Empire focuses on the early 20’s with the rise of the Mobs [...]

  • Dressing For Success: First Step is to Love Yourself

  • June 2nd, 2018
    She walks in like she holds the world in her hands. She is seen with all the right people, has more money than God, has the perfect children, and a DQ husband. The media loves her, we love her. Then one day we are dumbfounded [...]

  • Writing Historical Fiction

  • Writing Historical FictionOctober 17th, 2016
    From my perspective as a viewer and historical fiction writer, the hot trend in entertainment right now is storytelling that makes history and historical periods come alive. Below are a few examples demonstrating audiences’ [...]

  • Change Is A CONSTANT For Success

  • August 5th, 2013
    As I sat to write this blog, I couldn’t help but reflect upon the change that has incurred in different areas of my life as I move forward to success. In our world CHANGE is constant and something we all need to [...]

  • Podcast: 3 Keys To Empowering Yourself For Success

  • June 7th, 2013
    Listen Here: Dr. EK Prescott has been an educator for over thirty years. She has been a teacher, principal, national consultant, speaker, researcher and professor as well as a new author of a historical fiction mystery [...]

  • Dressing for Success: Can You Imagine?

  • May 24th, 2013
    What you can imagine can come true. And, when it does, what do you do? I experienced a part of my dream with the publication of my first book, a historical fiction mystery series. Writing a book is really good, publishing [...]

  • Dressing For Success: Did You Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions?

  • February 13th, 2013
    As we are moving past the New Year, many of us look back to where we have been, where we are now, and where we want to be in the future. Actually, this is a good personal reflective practice for everyone. Many of us [...]

  • Dressing for Success: Frame Your Mind

  • December 13th, 2012
    Dress for success. Have you met someone who looks the part, but after a while you notice body language that suggests insecurity of some type, or when this person speaks what is being said is not equating with outward [...]

  • Do You Feel Comfortable in Your Skin?

  • November 3rd, 2012
    Do You Feel Comfortable in Your Skin? Continuance of Love Yourself First: Dressing for Success Actually, I couldn’t tell you the name of the advertiser in the commercials focusing on male athletes that state they feel [...]