Jen Louden’s life-changing question

With her infectious enthusiasm, we can’t help but join Jennifer Louden in a happy dance as we welcome her to the Page Two authors club!

A pioneer in personal growth, Jen helped launch the concept of self-care with her first bestselling book, The Woman’s Comfort Book.

Thinking Big with Andrew Davis

Andrew Davis is a lot of things: a wildly successful marketer, in-demand keynote speaker, bestselling author—and now, forthcoming Page Two author.

Andrew has built and sold a digital marketing agency, produced for NBC, and worked for The Muppets, and we’re so thrilled to be working with him on a book about how brilliant brands can turn micro-moments into big business.

10 Tips for Writing More

Not only does our brilliant editorial director Amanda Lewis bring joy to the Page Two team with her penchant for leaving quirky motivational messages on sticky notes around the office, her depth of knowledge and uncanny ability to get the best out of all the authors she works with are unparalleled.

Anxiety Coach and Advocate: Julian Brass

We’re pleased to share the news that we’re working with anxiety advocate and certified health coach Julian Brass on his forthcoming book Own Your Anxiety. Julian has learned how to leverage his own anxiety to live a joyful life and now helps people all over the world own their anxiety and redirect this disruptive emotion into positive action.

Advance Praise: Why You Want It & How to Get Endorsements for Your Book

We’ve all seen them: ringing endorsements from famous people (and those we’ve never heard of, but who are likely famous in some circle we should know about) lining the front and back covers of books, sometimes even filling the first few pages.

Editing Indigenous Manuscripts

Last week our Project & Development Manager, Amanda Lewis, participated in the Editing Indigenous Manuscripts course at Humber College in Toronto. Here’s her recap of the week.

I’m feeling full, challenged, and reinvigorated as an editor after completing a weeklong course on Editing Indigenous Manuscripts.

The Best Books on Writing That You Won’t Want to Miss

Serious writers are also serious readers. They learn by reading how other talented writers craft a sentence or an argument, how they handle pacing and character development, and the various other elements that must be considered when writing a book.

Book Publishing Success: What Does It Mean to You?

As well as being authors, our clients are subject-matter experts, professionals, business leaders, and entrepreneurs. They are interested in publishing well not just for the sake of selling books, but for many other reasons: the dissemination of new ideas; promoting their business and brand; getting the attention of the right customers and stakeholders; to name a few.

December Round-Up: The Incredible Books of 2016

December is a great time for reflecting on the year behind us. Here at Page Two, we’re taking a moment to celebrate the incredible books our clients published in 2016—over thirty of them! Several have landed on “Best of 2016” book lists, several have been bestsellers, and several have won or been shortlisted for awards.

The reader’s holiday gift guide!

The holiday season is upon us! And we, at Page Two, want to help make your holiday shopping easier while celebrating some of our rock star authors. In this reader’s gift guide, you’ll find the perfect book for each person in your life.

What Authors and Entrepreneurs Have In Common

This week is Global Entrepreneur Week and it’s inspired us to think of our author-clients who inspire us with their entrepreneurial spirit. Whether they’re actual entrepreneurs, or whether they simply embody those traits, they remind us of how closely linked entrepreneurship and authorship can be.