If you're ready to self-publish your own book and become an independent author, there are two options at LeadHer Publishing. Straight up: we can do it for you, or you can be coached how to do it and do it yourself.
All work is executed by the LeadHer Team, within YOUR preferences for style, fonts, colours, layout, etc. Sit back, relax, and wait to approve book elements.
We coach you over an 8 week period to lead yourself through the self-publishing process. 5 hours of call time + all the customized support you need to get to Amazon.
LeadHer Publishing is for women who are ready to share their voice. We work with driven, passionate, high-level women who are ready to get their story, message, system, method, blueprint or experiences out into the world. A LeadHer knows her story is worth sharing, and she doesn't question herself. Before filling out the book proposal form, know this: you are a LEAD[H]ER - and in order to be the boss of your story, you need to feel into that leadership energy.
Only complete your pitch if you are holding that BOLD, LEADER energy. We work with women who make moves and who are ready to take the next step. If you have a desire to write a book, we can help you with writing accountability/support, coaching, development and of course, PUBLISHING! We can begin working if you are only in the idea phase, OR if you have a completely written manuscript ready for editing.
If you have a book on your heart, we can help you. Show up in your pitch with confidence and dominance. Show us your message. Show us you're ready to M O V E.
If you want to write a book, we can help you.
Full publishing services include coaching/development, mentorship, guidance, writing accountability, and of course, everything required for the publishing process. This includes editing, proofreading, cover design, interior design, layout, formatting, typeset, Amazon set up, launch support and planning, and post-launch support. This is a publishing *partnership* where you are consulted along the way, but your book is YOUR BOOK, you're just having someone else handle the execution of the task.