The Pipeline: Second Installment

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Welcome to the second installment of our monthly blogpost, The Pipeline! In this blog series, we share about our clients, what they have been up to, recent publishing wins we helped them achieve, and exciting new books to buy and read. Follow it closely to get these exclusive sneak peaks into our projects!

This month, we will be sharing a lot of exciting news with anonymity, as many of our clients are in transitional stages.  

Pending Agent Agreement:

We have one client who is about to sign with a literary agent we connected them to after we assisted in preparing their book proposal.

We’ve recently signed on three new clients to help with their book proposals, and they are absolutely killing it. These projects, although early in the developmental stage, will be world-changing and we can’t wait to work with them and bring these projects across the “finish line.”

Book Proposals:

Think you have an idea worthy of a book?

Apply to get a complimentary consultation with us to see if you’re in the right position to write a book proposal.



One private book writing coaching client has signed up for our Manuscript to Marketplace (M2M) Program, since they have finished their manuscript and are moving into the production phase.

Book Writing:

This one doesn’t need to be anonymous! Last month, we told you about our client, Christine Hronec, the biochemist-turned-fitness-extraordinaire, who had signed with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

Christine has officially engaged us, and we are now in the process of coaching her to write book on Macro Types for weight loss. Get ready, this info is going to rock your world!  

With 103k followers on Instagram and over 20 million views on her YouTube channel, Christine has established herself as a leader in women’s health. She has been featured in ForbesMuscle and Fitness HERSMuscle and StrengthFlex magazine, and has appeared on Extra TV, Fox News, and CBS.

Stay tuned we have more clients in the pipeline and more deals being finalized every week.

5 Reasons You Might Need A Book Deal

If you’re seeing this, and secretly thinking, “Yeah! What I really want is a traditional publishing deal!” you need to read this and let’s see if it would be the best route for you.