We’re pleased to welcome Sarah Brohman to the newly created post of Editorial Director. Sarah is a pedigreed editor with deep experience acquiring and editing general nonfiction books in the categories of lifestyle, parenting, spirituality, business, self-help, history, and memoir. During her time at Random House of Canada she edited the work of bestselling authors, including Rick Gallop of The GI Diet series and Paul Kropp, author of How to Make Your Child a Reader for Life, and was responsible for running the award-win... keep reading
Calling all independent presses and self-published authors: this year’s Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) Publishing University takes place on April 6–7 in Austin, Texas. The annual educational and networking conference offers hands-on learning labs, inspiring keynote speeches, in-depth workshops, a book award ceremony, and many more valuable professional resources.
Our publisher, Maggie Langrick, will lend her award-winning expertise at two sessions. On Friday, April 6, she’ll lead a Book Concept ... keep reading
We’re delighted to announce that we’re working with cardiologist Dr. Sayeh Zielke on her first book, One Heart, Five Habits. The book is scheduled to be released under our Assisted Self-Publishing program on January 6, 2019.
In One Heart, Five Habits, Dr. Sayeh Zielke presents the top five lifestyle adjustments that are key to maintaining healthy blood pressure. “Dr. Z” was motivated to write the book by a desire to help patients reduce or avoid high blood pressure, rather than only treating them once they have already become ill. ... keep reading
We’re thrilled to introduce you to Jesmine Cham, our new Publishing Coordinator, who joins the LifeTree Media team as of January 2.
Jesmine grew up with a love of books and always knew she wanted to pursue that passion into the publishing industry. After graduating with a Communications degree from Simon Fraser University, she completed the SFU Master of Publishing program, where she earned the Susan Juby Award for Editing (2013).
As Publishing Coordinator, Jesmine will play a linchpin role in keeping our projects running smoothly, providing a... keep reading
Hybrid publisher LifeTree Media has signed Keri Ohlrich, PhD, and Monica Frede for their upcoming business book The Way of the HR Warrior: Leading the CHARGE to Transform Your Organization and Career. The book is scheduled to publish in the fall of 2018.
With 20 years of experience as HR leaders working for small organizations, startups and Fortune 500 companies, Ohlrich and Frede believe that Human Resources has immense power to affect an organization’s bottom line as well as its culture — but they admit that it gets a bad rap, partly owing to lack of vision or ... keep reading
Lindsay Sealey is a passionate girl advocate. She has worked in curriculum development, consulting and special education for more than 15 years and she is the founder and CEO of Bold New Girls, a coaching company for girls and young women and their parents, teachers and caretakers.
With new and complicated parenting challenges like online bullying facing today’s families, Lindsay’s services are needed more than ever. This is why she decided to write keep reading
This post was written by Lindsay Sealey, author of Growing Strong Girls.
Last year, I set an intention to become a stronger, more resilient person. I committed to taking one risk every day for a year—one act of bravery that would challenge me to grow. Out of these 365 actions, the bravest one was my decision to write a book.
I had wanted to write a book for a long time because I felt strong... keep reading
Getting through that stack of summer reads is on everyone’s to-do list. But when the sun comes out, what do the people who make the books read?
President & Publisher Maggie Langrick
“The best thing about long-haul flights is binge-reading a great book. This summer, I flew through Own It, Sallie Krawcheck’s manifesto for working women. How Not to Die by Dr. Michael Gerger inspired me to get more kale smooth... keep reading
I went on holiday in London earlier this summer and revisited all my favourite British things. I took a selfie in a red phone booth, watched Glastonbury on the BBC with a sleeve of digestives, and spent many hours happily perusing the bookshops of Charing Cross Road.
For most editors, the enthusiasm for language runs even deeper than a desire to shop for first editions: we are never not aware of language and tend to edit the world around us constantly. I enjoyed listening to the conversations on transit—it seems like even working class Brits’ vocabularies are four times the size ... keep reading
Every author dreams of seeing their book translated into many languages so that readers in far-off lands can enjoy and learn from it. But how does an indie author sell their publishing rights abroad? And what can a traditionally published author do to be sure they are getting the best deal?
I asked Kelvin Kong, Rights Manager for Toronto-based agency The Rights Factory, to explain how book rights are sold into foreign markets.
What exactly are foreign language / foreign territory rights? What are the various component... keep reading