Book Launch Current Authors
At Scribe, we believe everyone has a story to tell. Our mission is to help everyone on earth write, publish, and market their book. To date, we’ve helped more than 1,700 authors publish their non-fiction books, and below is a list of authors we’re currently working with to launch and promote their books.
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Last Updated: September 8, 2021
Chris Ronzio (The Business Playbook): Chris Ronzio is the founder and CEO of Trainual, an innovative software built to streamline training and maximize employee engagement. His process has transformed businesses in over 170 countries by freeing up time for employees and leaders alike, facilitating quicker growth and creating a more dynamic company culture — the secrets of which are shared in his book, The Business Playbook.
Mark Briggs (The Butterfly Impact): After his family was torn apart—twice—management consultant and former journalist Mark Briggs launched a full-scale investigation into work-life balance. What he discovered was a surprising framework of small, simple changes called The Butterfly Impact, that can send powerful ripple effects throughout your life—both at work and at home. In his new book The Butterfly Impact, you’ll read relatable stories from industry leaders at Starbucks, Facebook, Google and more, on how they truly found work life balance. If you’re ready to show up fully at work and be fully present at home for what matters most, The Butterfly Impact is for you.
Mark Briggs Media Kit
Stan Bernard (Brands Don’t Win): In the early days of Starbucks the company leaned heavily on branding to sell their products, it was all about putting the logo on everything, and they were opening an average of 1 new shop per year. Fast forward 16 years and Starbucks was opening 1,350 shops per year because they ditched the reliance on traditional branding and began selling the idea of the third place. This is what Stan Bernard identifies as the Transcender System – a new approach to business that ditches traditional branding for something that will help companies win.
Stan Bernard Media Kit
Adam Coffey (The Exit-Strategy Playbook): President and CEO, bestselling author, and acclaimed guest speaker Adam Coffey is known for building high-performance cultures and driving transformative growth. Coffey has a four-year tenure at his HVAC company CoolSys and has increased revenue by 239% and EBITDA by 376% while growing to more than 3,000 employees. His new book, The Exit-Strategy Playbook, is an instant PhD in the art of the business sale.
David Smith (It’s About Time!): How do you become the best at selling a product no one wants to buy? David Smith has built an impressive career in the senior housing industry by implementing his Prospect-Centered Selling methodology. Based on psychological models, David’s approach to selling is about turning around deep-seated resistance into successful conversions. If David can use this sales approach to sell a product no one wants to buy, imagine what it can do when you’re selling a product someone needs!
Skyler Irvine (Niche, Please!): Skyler Irvine is the founder and CEO of RenzlerMedia, a digital production company that helps entrepreneurs and small businesses tell their unique stories and support their brand with technology and social media. In Niche, Please!, Skyler Irvine shows you how to adapt your marketing strategy, meaningfully connect you with your customers, and focus on the platform that drives results.
Atul Minocha (Lies, Damned Lies, and Marketing): Atul Minocha is a partner at Chief Outsiders with experience in startups and Fortune 500 companies like Honeywell, Kodak, and Toyota. In Lies, Damned Lies, and Marketing, Atul reveals the root causes of your frustration and provides you with the insight you need to utilize your marketing dollars for real results.
Nolan Garrett (F*ck Me Running (a Business)!) CEO Nolan Garrett knows the mistakes you’re about to make in your business, because he’s already made them all himself. He’s a “failure expert”! Now, Nolan shares his experiences and the lessons he learned while building his own unshakable cybersecurity business, Intrinium. Nolan’s new book, F*ck Me Running (a Business)!, shows business leaders how to avoid the same mistakes he’s made, and how to develop the leader within.
Oliver Seidler (A Renegade’s Rules) Oliver Seidler is best known as the co-founder and CEO of PropertyForce, an industry-leading real estate investment company where he’s responsible for over $1B in property. But Oliver’s journey wasn’t clearly laid out in front of him. He hated school, doing just enough to get by. He spent years waiting tables. Then, when he started his business, the recession hit, and he had to fight like crazy to keep it alive. Now, he’s inspiring all entrepreneurial-minded people who society has labeled “average” to create a successful life they love.
Dr. Stephen Timme, Melody Astley (Insight-Led Selling): Dr. Stephen G. Timme is President and Founder of FinListics Solutions and Melody Astley is FinListics’ Chief Revenue Officer. Their new book, Insight-Led Selling teaches sales professionals how to get executives’ attention by selling through a financially-driven perspective, a process that yields consistent results.
Shannon Susko (Metronomics): Shannon Byrne Susko is an entrepreneur with more than twenty years of experience building and leading high-growth technology companies in the financial services industry. She co-founded, served as CEO, and led the sale of two companies in less than six years and is also the author of two bestselling business books, 3HAG WAY (2018) and The Metronome Effect (2014). Her new book, Metronomics, is essentially the Grand Unified Theory of business thought leadership. This one book will replace half the books on your shelf. She spent more than twenty years building what she needed—a unified system for business growth that stands on the shoulders of giants and ties them all together.
Sunny Bonnell and Ashleigh Hansberger (Rare Breed): Sunny Bonnell and Ashleigh Hansberger are co-founders of Motto, a leadership and brand consultancy that has worked with Google, Microsoft, the NFL, and more to identify and build their next gen leaders — their “Rare Breeds.” These are the employees who have been historically sidelined for their most powerful traits; they’re hot blooded, audacious, obsessed, rebellious, weird, hypnotic, weird, and emotional. And that’s what makes them invaluable. Igniting the Rare Breeds on your team is a crucial step toward innovation, building positive brand perception, and dismantling business as usual.
Mohammad Anwar, Chris Pitre, Frank Danna, and Jeff Ma (Love As A Business Strategy): To build a better business, all you need is love. No, really! A few years ago Softway was failing: laying off half their staff and hoping for a turnaround. It wasn’t until they implemented a culture of love that they began to see a transformation. Love As A Business Strategy offers a people-first framework for handling any business problem, as told through the real life stories that took Softway from barely surviving to thriving.
Wayne McCulloch (The Seven Pillars of Customer Success): Customer success is one of the fastest growing professions in the world — and also one of the most mysterious. Wayne McCulloch has been on the front lines of customer success for decades, and now leads Google Cloud’s entire SaaS portfolio as the Customer Success Leader. In his new book, he demystifies customer success by sharing the secrets of the trade in an adaptable framework.
David Meyer (The Investor Protector) Every year hard working people lose millions of dollars because they trusted the wrong advisor to manage their money. David Meyer is the lawyer investment fraud victims trust to fight for and win their money backx.
Jeffery Meyerson (Move Fast) Like it or not, Facebook has changed the way we interact with each other and has innovated the way we can build companies. Leveraging his software experience and in-depth interviews with former Facebook engineers Jeff Meyerson peels back the curtain on Facebook’s “move fast” ethos to show us all how we deploy it in our business ventures today.
Jason Hennessey (Law Firm SEO): is an entrepreneur, CEO and Founder of Hennessey Digital, a multimillion-dollar digital marketing agency. An internationally recognized SEO expert focused on dissecting, demystifying, and reverse-engineering the algorithms behind the world’s most popular search engines. In his book, Law Firm SEO, he shares the proven SEO strategies he’s used for two decades to earn more than $500 million in new cases for his clients. He shows you how he has reverse-engineered the Google algorithm with practical tools and techniques and without technical complexity.
Melanie Pump (Detox): Through stories and examples, Detox demonstrates the real, tangible impact of toxic work environments that stifle innovation, collaboration, succession planning, and productivity—and shows you what you can do to change it. Learn how to create a healthy, secure environment that can dispel the natural insecurities and fears within your team. Instead of fostering a workplace that magnifies human frailties, discover the proven strategies and practices that can address your team’s emotional needs and unlock their true potential.
Sangram Vajre (MOVE): When it comes to marketing, the “who, what, when, and where” questions (the four-question framework) are imperative to success. In MOVE, B2B got-to-market experts Sangram Vajre and Bryan Brown show you how to use the four-question framework to propel your business to the next level. Sangram and Bryan designed this book to be your go-to-market blueprint to set your organization up for long-term success.
Fabrice Testa (Super-Entrepreneurship Decoded): If you are an innovator, trailblazer, or game-changer who dreams of making the world a better place, Fabrice Testa has the right book for you. Super-Entrepreneurship Decoded shows you how to turn your wild ideas into a profitable business and transform our plant for the better. Learn firsthand from Testa’s experience and success as an innovator and serial tech entrepreneur.
Carolyn Lowe (Business Growth Do’s and Absolute Don’ts): Digital marketing expert Carolyn Lowe has worked with hundreds of companies, from startups to Fortune 500s, in identifying their unique path to sustainable success. She’s seen her share of costly mistakes and understands the principles that endure, no matter the business size or industry. Now, in Business Growth Do’s and Absolute Don’ts, Carolyn shares her most valuable takeaways from nearly three decades of experience. She helps you bridge the gap between brand and customer by showing you how to define your core values and ensure the right people are representing your company.
Ben Wolf (Fractional Leadership): Has your business hit a ceiling? Is your budget holding you back from finding a game-changing executive to take your company to the next level? Stop waiting until you can afford a full-time C-Suite level executive when a fractional leader can bridge the gap. In his new book, Fractional Leadership, Ben Wolf teaches business owners how to find a fractional leader that will help your business break through the ceiling.
Alison Mitzner (Calm and Confident Parenting): Parenting can feel overwhelming and exhausting. Even the most dedicated among us may sacrifice our own well-being on behalf of our kids—but that’s the wrong thing to do. Pediatrician and single mom Alison Mitzner can show you how small changes to your mindset, routine, and daily habits will help you approach parenting in a new, calm, confident way. She wrote this book so you, too, can laugh rather than snap when things are definitely not going according to plan. (And when is family life ever going according to plan?)
Brian Paes-Braga (8): Imagine being so driven for success that you build, grow, and sell a company for $265M by the time you hit 30 only to realize that all the personal and professional success you’ve ever dreamed of for yourself is no longer enough. Brian Paes-Braga hit every milestone he mapped out for himself by the time he entered his 30s but quickly found that it didn’t hit the spot. He set out on a path of personal growth through therapy, meditation, and every self-helpy thing you can think of to no longer be the high achieving zombie he’d been for too long. Now, Brian has made it his mission to help others redefine the value of success through the lessons he’s learned to get here.
MK Kim (Reboot: Your COVID-19 Quick-Start Guide to Life, Work, and Hope): MK Kim is one of Korea’s most sought-after motivational speakers and the Oprah of Korea. Then, in January of 2020, her career came to a screeching halt as the coronavirus shut down every major speaking venue around the world. Determined to find a new way to do the work she so dearly loved, MK Kim set out on a virtual quest. poring over thousands of pages of reports, she discovered a four-part formula to helping people adapt to a post-coronavirus world. In her new book, Reboot: Your COVID-19 Quick-Start Guide to Life, Work, and Hope, lays out this proven formula, step-by-step, to help you reboot your own life and learn to thrive again.
Punit Dhillon (Catapult): Punit Dhillon almost drowned in a swimming pool at nine. Twenty years later, he became a competitive swimmer and completed his first of several Ironman Triathlons. Punit lives by the philosophy of using adversity as fuel to exceed all expectations. In Catapult, Punit gives you an insider’s look at the lessons he learned by turning obstacles into opportunities. Taking you through his twenty years of global business experience, Punit shares ten principles for a purpose-driven life and career, linking together the athletic strengths that will help you succeed in the business world.
Andy Horning (Grappling): It starts as an internal whisper and becomes a steady rumble. If you’re a white man in America, you have a decision to make: become an agent of change or a victim of progress. Andrew Horning is a coach, teacher at the Hoffman Institute, an organization dedicated to transformative education, spiritual growth, and dimensional leadership for those seeking clarity in their personal and professional lives. In Grappling, Andrew Horning helps you identify the best man you can be in a rapidly evolving world. By focusing on intrapersonal and interpersonal elements, Andrew provides you with practical tools for navigating today’s complex issues and balancing masculinity with accountability. Learn how to utilize compassion and courage to rewrite your story, understand your true strengths, and realize the freedom that comes with self-discovery.
Kayvan Kian (What is Water?): Being a young leader in today’s uncertain world is overwhelming. To clear the noise and start to thrive, Kayvan Kian teaches you to radically focus on only the things you can control: positivity and negativity, strengths and weaknesses, interactions with others, and the meaning of day-to-day tasks.
Jennifer Crowley (Ever Wish You Got Hit by a Truck?) Do you feel stuck in a relationship or career or situation that’s not serving you? Jennifer Crowley is a Certified Life Coach and entrepreneur who’s been there. In her new book, she uses her proven three-part process to empower readers to bring change on their own terms.
Dr. Michael Simpson (Honed): Men reach middle age and let their health decline because that’s what they believe is supposed to happen. Through medical expertise and radical ownership Dr. Michael Simpson, a 30 year combat veteran, gives men above 40 a how-to guide on reclaiming their health and optimizing their performance into old age.
Monique Maley (Turbulence): In Turbulence, Monique Maley shares the insight she’s gained from years of working with entrepreneurial leaders to help you identify the most common ways that turbulence disrupts your organization. Whether you’re struggling to build a cohesive culture, experiencing conflict with your board of directors, or failing to see blind spots holding you back, this book shows you how to overcome resistance that stands in your way.
Matt Rolfe (You Can’t Do It Alone): As a hospitality professional, you’ve made it through the pandemic. There’s so much opportunity for growth, but you don’t have the right team in place to help you get there. So now what? In his new book You Can’t Do It Alone, hospitality coach Matt Rolfe shows you how to maximize profit and scale your business by focusing on the people behind your company. Learn how to build a strong team, delegate effectively, and set focused goals for long-term growth and success.
Karrie Brady (Don’t Settle For a Seat): Everything about the way industries sell products or services is changing and women are primed to be the top salespeople and entrepreneurs. In her book Don’t Settle For a Seat entrepreneur and business coach Karrie Brady makes the case for women to forge their own path in business with the unique skills only women have.
Fred Joyal (Superbold): Fred Joyal is a “former shy guy”, who transformed into a wildly successful entrepreneur, speaker, and business advisor – even co-founding the #1 dentist referral service nationwide! His new book, Superbold, is a formula you need to overcome any shyness in a big situation. Let Superbold be your guide!
Fred Joyal Media Kit
Investing & Personal Finance
Mike Sowers (Commercial Real Estate Investing): Mike Sowers was sick of competing against HGTV-wannabees in residential real estate and switched to commercial real estate becoming the CEO and founder of Commercial Investors Group. Why stay in residential real estate when you can do the same thing in commercial space for ten times the profit—with no extra time, money, risk, or corporate red tape. Mike’s new book Commercial Real Estate Investing (July 27) provides one simple, proven, step-by-step roadmap for doing your first commercial deal.
Marin Katusa (The Rise of America): The 2020 Election and constant news coverage of America losing the fight against China might have you believe that America is going downhill, but Marin Katusa, NYT best selling author and the largest independent financier in the resource sector globally, says that the US Dollar has never been stronger and that’s why the rise of America is underway. In fact, America’s future has never been brighter.
Chad Willardson (Smart Not Spoiled): Parents want nothing but a worry-free life for their kids and end up spoiling them in the process. In Smart Not Spoiled, Chad Willardson provides easy-to-implement advice for parents to teach their kids about money so they can create a worry-free life for themselves.
Scott Danner (Freedom Street): In Freedom Street, financial advisor and CEO Scott Danner shares lessons learned and insights gained from nearly two decades of managing assets, purchasing financial practices, and creating succession plans to ensure a future that is both prosperous and rewarding. Learn what Scott did to create a rich life now, live his legacy today, and own the future of his dreams.
Scott Danner Media Kit
Gavin Sinclair and Ryan Copleston (The Simple Science of Wellness): In The Simple Science of Wellness, chiropractors and community health science experts Gavin Sinclair and Ryan Copleston explore how small, incremental changes in movement, nutrition, and mindfulness will result in massive, long-term improvements in your physiology and mental state. Their FIT 5-40-5 plan is designed to maximize your intelligent body’s intrinsic ability to move naturally toward optimum health, helping you to become stronger, sharper, and more energetic, whether you’re a couch potato or a fitness fanatic.
Peter Tzemis and Stephen Campolo (The 77 Laws of Six Pack Abs): Too many men long for six-pack abs but lack the commitment and training regimen to get them. The 77 Laws to Sixpack Abs is the one-stop “how-to” every man needs if they want to build and keep the strong six pack abs they’ve always wanted.
John Butler (Health Insurance Sucks): We can all agree: Health Insurance Sucks. John Butler’s new book sheds light on the innovative ways businesses can approach healthcare for employees that benefits the employee and reduces costs by up to 60 percent. With over 25 years of experience in benefits and consulting, John is an expert at beating big insurance and big pharma at their own game.
Dr. Dan Engle (A Dose of Hope): Dr. Dan Engle is a psychiatrist with a clinical practice that combines aspects of regenerative medicine, psychedelic research, integrative spirituality, and peak performance. He is an international consultant in using long-standing indigenous plant medicines for healing and awakening, and has had enlightening conversations with Joe Rogan, Ben Greenfield, Dave Apsrey, Tim Ferriss and many more.
Glen N. Robison (Healthy Dad Sick Dad): Far too many people retire and then are unable to enjoy their golden years because of their ailing health. In his determination to better understand preventative medicine, Dr. Glen N. Robison observed how two different men had completely different health outcomes and how their actions led to their outcomes. In Healthy Dad, Sick Dad Dr. Robison shares what he’s learned to be the foundation of how to protect your greatest asset: your health.
Dr. Michael Simpson (Honed): Too many men believe the lie that after 40 their health will inevitably go to shit. Not true! With 30 years of combat experience and hefty medical research Dr. Michael Simpson gives middle-aged men the insights they need to maximize their physical performance well past their 40s!
Garrett Salpeter (The NeuFit Method): Garrett Salpeter’s, NeuFit Method helps reconnect the nervous system and improve outcomes at every stage of rehab and fitness. Based on Garrett’s proprietary NeuFit methodology and Neubie technology, the solutions in this book will introduce you to a framework for overcoming virtually any physiological challenge. Take the first step in enhancing recovery, boosting performance, and optimizing health in ways you never thought possible.
Vanessa Bogenholm (It’s Your Body: Move It, Love It, Live): A new, healthier life doesn’t start with a program. It starts with an emotional commitment to becoming your best self. Vanessa Bogenholm is an entrepreneur, ultra marathon runner, and personal trainer – in her new book, It’s Your Body, Vanessa guides readers in making those emotional commitments that lead to astounding, positive physical changes.
Vanessa Bogenholm Media Kit
Gavin Sinclair, Ryan Copleston (The Simple Science of Wellness): In The Simple Science of Wellness, chiropractors Gavin Sinclair and Ryan Copleston explore how small, incremental changes in movement, nutrition, and mindfulness will result in massive, long-term improvements in your physiology and mental state. Their FIT 5-40-5 plan is designed to maximize your intelligent body’s intrinsic ability to move naturally toward optimum health, helping you to become stronger, sharper, and more energetic, whether you’re a couch potato or a fitness fanatic.
Isaac Eliaz, MD (The Survival Paradox): Drawing on inspirational healing stories and cutting-edge research, integrative medicine expert Dr. Isaac Eliaz presents a roadmap to master your biochemistry and overcome this paradox. The result? Healing and transformation on every level: physical, mental, and emotional. The Survival Paradox offers a groundbreaking new perspective in medicine—and the key to unlocking your infinite healing potential.
Elijah Stacy (A Small If): Elijah Stacy suffers from Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a fatal muscle wasting disease. At the age of sixteen, to avoid agonizing surgery, he had to endure enough physical therapy to change the shape of his own spine. It had never been done before, but still, his doctor gave him a small “if.” In his new book A Small If, Elijah explains how to overcome extreme suffering by developing an adapter’s mindset, understanding what it means to control something rather than influencing it, and using other people’s negative energy as the ultimate motivation.
Christos Kalogirou (Wild Dogs): Remember the urban legends of your high school? The guy who was the ultimate prankster who pulled the best shenanigans during his time at your alma mater? Christos Kalogirou is that guy for Athol Murray College of Notre Dame, a prominent boarding school in western Canada. Christos spent his time at Athol Murray causing lots of laughs for the students and many headaches for the faculty, but when he was expelled for some…ehh…entrepreneurial endeavors, he was hit with the realization that opportunities in life aren’t all fun and games.
Dave Scatchard (The Comeback): Rock bottom is often where people make seismic changes in their life. For Dave Scatchard, rock bottom came in the form of death. Since coming back to life in the hospital Dave has been on a mission to spread unconditional love and inject meaning into everyone’s life.
Nick Shevelyov (Cyber War…and Peace): When Nick Shevelyov was a child living in Russia, his father was detained, drugged, and interrogated by the KGB. It led Nick to develop a sense that information can easily be misused against you — used to do harm — and it steered him toward his career in technology risk management. Nick is now Chief Security Officer at Silicon Valley Bank, and has spent more than 25 years understanding and protecting online assets. In this new book, he shares how business leaders can truly get their arms around cybersecurity to always stay one step ahead of calamity.
Doug Cartwright (Holy Sh!t We’re Alive): When Doug was a twentysomething ex-Mormon ex-millionaire living deeply unfulfilled after doing everything he was “supposed to,” he started searching for a normal reality far from his original version. From psychedelic ceremonies with shamans from the Amazon to rituals at Burning Man Doug did it all! In his new book Holy Sh!t We’re Alive, Doug takes you on his psychedelic journey into meditation, silent retreats, astrophysics, neuroscience, philosophy, and all forms of self-healing. Doug is now the CEO and Founder of The Daily Shifts, an online company dedicated to inspiring lasting transformation of the mind, body, and soul. He shows you how to live with intention, trust yourself, and show up every day for a meaningful life.
AnneMarie Hayek (Generation We): Gen Z is vastly misunderstood and unfortunately underrated. In Generation We: The Power and Promise of Gen Z AnneMarie Hayek clarifies the narrative around Gen Z and paints a clear picture of the world they’re creating with their desire for global unification and digital savviness.
Eric Pilon-Bignell (Surfing Rogue Waves): Have you ever stopped to think about the pace of disruption and advancements happening in the world today? How the next few years of technological advancements will bring more disruption than we’ve seen over the last 100 years?! Eric Pilon-Bignell says that these advancements are a lot like waves and we can either watch from the shore, get crushed by them, or we can ride the surf and contribute to a flourishing future.
Wilfried Vanhonacker (Rough Diamonds): Formal education today is not about learning. In fact, most of what students learn in the classroom is outdated as technology changes faster than colleges and universities can hire qualified professors to teach the latest in any given field of study. Dr. Wilfried Vanhonacker is an accomplished scholar, academic entrepreneur, and pedagogical innovator who has had a hand in establishing some of the most innovative business school programs in the world. In his new book, Rough Diamonds, Dr. Vanhonacker poses questions and ideas that will help you recognize where formal education is lacking and how we can create a system that supports lifelong learning.
Martin Babinec (More Good Jobs): Martin Babinec is the founder of TriNet — an NYSE-listed company with a valuation of over $4 billion — where he served as CEO for the company’s first twenty years. Since relocating to his hometown of Little Falls, New York, he has been on a mission to understand the forces that shape job creation, and to impact them in his local community — founding numerous nonprofits, accelerators, and a political party, as well as running as an independent candidate for New York’s 22nd Congressional District in 2016. More Good Jobs is his playbook based on this work, a complete guide to understanding how jobs are created, and what you can do to make an impact and create jobs in your community.
John Reid, Andrew Reid, Corena Chase, Lynae Steinhagen (The Five Lost Superpowers):There is a well of untapped potential inside of you, just waiting to be unleashed. In his latest book, John Reid and his co-authors explore the innate leadership tool belt you forgot you had. In each chapter you’ll learn how to reconnect with the leader you were born to be.
Zach Windahl (Launch with God):For too long the Christian community has separated secular from Spiritual. Through his book Launch With God Zach Windahl encourages and equips young professionals to merge their Spiritual lives with their everyday pursuits in order to live a meaningful life.