This guest post was written by Lindsay Sealey, author of Growing Strong Girls.
In 2016, I made a big leap: I wrote and published my first book, Growing Strong Girls, a how-to guide for caregivers on connecting with and supporting preteen girls. While it was not an easy process, I came out of it having learned some valuable less... keep reading
It’s our joy to announce a new book: LifeTree Media is publishing Lindsay Sealey’s second book. A follow-up to the award-winning Growing Strong Girls, the book is scheduled to be released in paperback and ebook editions on January 10, 2020.
Sealey’s second book focuses on the teen years of a girl’s life. As girls enter adolescence, they must navigate new opportuniti... keep reading
We’re excited to share the news! LifeTree Media is publishing Dr. Vanessa Lapointe’s second book, Parenting Right From the Start: Laying a Healthy Foundation in the Baby and Toddler Years. A follow-up to the bestselling Discipline Without Damage, the book is scheduled to be released on May 18, 2019.
The baby and toddler years are the most important period for any chi... keep reading
We’re thrilled to announce that we’re publishing a coffee table book with John Fluevog Shoes to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the iconic footwear brand! Tentatively titled FIFTY YEARS OF FLUEVOG, the book will be available on October 28, 2019.
John Fluevog and Stephen Bailey (Chief Marketing Officer) discuss the book
In ... keep reading
What a pleasure to announce that we’ll be publishing life coach and entrepreneur Amy Lombardo’s new book, BRILLIANCE: A Coaching Guide to Clearing Inner Obstacles and Letting Your Authenticity Shine. The book is scheduled to be released under LifeTree Media’s Best Book Program on March 20, 2019.
Amy Lombardo brings her years of experience as a wellness counsellor, strategic consultant, and spiritual mentor to help change makers of all backgrou... keep reading
We’re pleased to announce that we’re working with CEO and author Gerard Gust on his upcoming self-help book for business owners. The PIE Method (working title) is scheduled to be released under LifeTree Media’s Private Label program on April 20, 2019.
Transitioning a family business is more than just a plan to transfer ownership shares from one generation to the next—in fact, that’s the easiest part. What’s crucial is the family component, which introduces a lot of complexities into the process. As a young CEO who took over his family’s property restor... keep reading
On April 6–7 I joined 300 independent publishers and authors in Austin, Texas, to go “back to school” and advance our education at the Publishing University 2018. The annual conference, organized by the Independent Book Publishing Association, featured a mix of keynote speeches, panel discussions, and in-depth seminars run by industry experts, on topics ranging from author branding, distribution, and sales to editorial development. All the major publishing models were well represented at the event, with traditional publishers, self-p... keep reading
Can a published book be a business card? Many people seem to think so, if we’re judging by the turnout at the Book Publishing Boot Camp, a publishing conference for entrepreneurs looking to write the best nonfiction book to build their brand.
The all-day event, co-hosted by LifeTree Media and Pink Velvet Couch, took place at the Best Western Plus Chateau Granville in downtown Vancouver on Tuesday, March 6. It was a packed day of informative presentations, interactive workshops, and stimulating... keep reading
Megan Williams is an award-winning author and the senior manager at The Self Publishing Agency, where she has supported indie authors in writing, publishing and marketing their books. Catch her in person at the Book Publishing Boot Camp on March 6, where she’ll discuss the self publishing process on a panel about the business of publishing.
Authors today have many publishing options available to them, which can make it hard for them to understand the differences, much less choose the route that suits them best. Some authors want the professionalism and market reach of a traditional publisher, while others prefer the accessibility, higher royalties, and expediency that self-publishing provides. And then there are those authors who simply want the best of both worlds.
Many businesses have sprung up to service this “best ... keep reading