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: June 15, 2022
Matt Hulett (UNLOCK): With 30 years of business experience and executive titles at Rosetta Stone, Expedia, and PetMeds, Matt Hulett is known in the business world as the go-to company fixer. He has a special set of skills that have driven more than $2 billion in value creation for large companies and startups. In his debut book, UNLOCK, Matt is sharing all of his secrets on how he looks at a company’s potential and where to find growth opportunities.
Jackie Insinger (Spark Brilliance): Too many leaders settle for good when they could be extraordinary. Through her book Spark Brillance, positive psychology expert Jackie Insinger shows leaders how to lead people they want to be lead, and in doing so create thriving organizations.
Jackie Insinger Media Kit
Greg Nutter (P3 Selling): Too many sales people rely on product features and clerking wins. In P3 Selling Greg Nutter shows budding sales people the tools they need to make complex sales at every stage of their career.
Steve Schwartz (The Art of Tea): Steve Schwartz is the Founder of Art of Tea, a master tea blender, and international keynote speaker. With a background in Ayurveda from the Ayurvedic Institute in New Mexico, Steve crafts award-winning teas that showcase his passion for the alchemy of blending. In his new book, appropriately named The Art of Tea, Steve shows how he grew a tiny tea concept into partnerships with brands like Wolfgang Puck, Caesars Palace, Disney, and Vera Wang, all through the timeless ritual of tea itself—and its mysterious ability to carve small pockets of peace into modern life.
Larry Yatch (How Leadership (Actually) Works): Larry Yatch is an elite leadership strategist and the creator of the SEAL Success programs, a collection of skills-based training, workshops, and courses that enable high performers to find fulfillment, connect with their teams, and make a sustainable impact in their field. A graduate of the US Naval Academy and former ten-year officer in the Navy SEALs, Larry has spent nearly a decade since his retirement as a trainer and speaker, helping senior executives optimize their personal growth and leadership strategy for superior performance. His new book, How Leadership (Actually) Works, boasts a six-pillar system that companies of any size in any domain can use for sustainable and easier success.
Dr. Dennis O’Neil & Greg Hiebert (Changing Altitude): Co-founders of leadershipForward and already bestselling authors of You Can’t Give What You Don’t Have have decades of experience in applied leadership and executive coaching. Today, three disruptive, transformative trends are challenging traditional definitions of the manager role: Normalization of remote work, automation, and changing employee expectations. These three trends have culminated in a new era of leadership where it’s less important to see what employees are doing and more important to understand how they feel. To be successful in this new environment, leaders must lead with empathy. Dennis O’Neil and Greg Hiebert have written the modern leadership roadmap in their upcoming book Changing Attitude.
Greg Giuliano (The Next Normal): Today’s leaders need to be able to adapt and transform their companies at the drop of a hat. Transformation isn’t just about changing, it’s about creating; and creation is disruptive. With decades of experience in psychology and as an executive coach, bestselling author Greg Giuliano’s The Next Normal provides an actionable framework for leaders to rethink and reset to lead their businesses through successful transformation.
Andy Sherring (Don’t Digitise Your Rubbish): Despite its many successes, the mining industry is experiencing declining productivity, and most businesses struggle to achieve stable, predictable operations and continuous, sustainable improvement. In Don’t Digitise Your Rubbish, Andy Sherring explains what lies behind this paradox—why it has occurred; why it is such an important issue right now; what is missing; and how to go about fixing it—presenting a fundamentally better way of setting up operations for short-term and long-term success.
Nick Dofornio, Michael DeMarco (If Nothing Changes, Nothing Changes): Nick Donofrio joined IBM just as it began to ascend to market leadership with its iconic System/360 Mainframe. As a brand new employee, Nick never would have imagined that he would be the one to lead IBM into the 21st century as the Vice President of Innovation and Technology. In his debut business biography, If Nothing Changes, Nothing Changes, Nick shares the stories and lessons (both joyous and hard) that shaped his incredible career.
Ethan and Stephanie Bull (The 29-Hour Workday): You understand the value of time, but are you doing everything you can to maximize your time? This is why you need an Executive Assistant (EA). Ethan and Stephanie show busy C-Suite executives exactly how to find an assistant that will multiply your performance to help you find more hours in your day.
Wesley Donehue (Under Fire): At some point, a reputational crisis will strike for you or for your business. When that time comes, it’s too late to make a plan. Communication strategist Wesley Donehue has managed some of the biggest political and corporate scandals in recent decades. In his book, Under Fire, Donehue shares the thirteen rules for managing every communications crisis to help readers build their strategy now before they need it.
Cesar Perez (Chase the Light) is a Salvadoran immigrant who spends every day of his second chance at life striving to be the best possible version of himself. A passionate storyteller, he picked up the pieces of his broken past and bound them together into a new whole, full of love, persistence, faith, and determination. He wrote Chase the Light with a newfound yearning to guide others through the darkness.
Cesar Perez Media Kit
Sam LaCrosse (Value Economics): The self-help industry would like you to believe that you’re exceptional and can be anything you want, but that’s just not true. Value Economics cuts through all the BS and hyperbole to put you on a path of self-discovery that’s rooted in sound economic theory and real life examples.
Sam Lacrosse Media Kit
Mike Glauser (One People One Planet): Mike Glauser isn’t a theologian or an ancient philosopher and he doesn’t have anything new to say in this self-help book, but with so many people across generations feeling lonely and discouraged, Mike is leaning on the most insightful people in the history of mankind to make people happier. Through the expertise of Confucius, Jesus, Aristotle, Buddha, Cicero, Muhammad, and more, Mike has mapped out 6 universal truths that lead to happiness and civility.
Beth Bell (Angels, Herpes & Psychedelics): It can be tough for someone who has it all (a good career, a six-figure salary, a significant other, etc.) to get to the bottom of why they aren’t fulfilled in their life. Beth Bell was there and through a series of major life transformations, a little help from the universe, a major medical diagnosis, and some psychedelics, she’s come a long way but this isn’t a memoir. If you’re feeling unfulfilled, Beth’s story is a window into how you can transform your own life and find your own spiritual awakening.
Beth Bell Media Kit
Ted Bradshaw (Stop Chasing Squirrels): High achievers excel at their careers in large part because they don’t know when to turn it off, but the thing that accelerates careers is also the thing that accelerates the burnout. Ted Bradshaw has designed a system to help the highest achievers get focused and channel creativity towards values and passions to ultimately unlock potential and fill your life with meaning.
Emily Bowers (Mother Trauma): Emily Bowers grew up in a small town in Florida, raised by a mother who abused and then abandoned her. As an adult, Emily recognized that she was caught in a cycle of generational trauma and set out to change patterns and become a very different mom than the mothers in her family. With the support of her therapist, friends, and family, including her unofficially adopted mother, Emily learned to love herself and help others do the same. In Mother Trauma, Emily shares her story to reveal the truth about emotional abuse and its lifelong impact on survivors.
Emilio Diez Barroso (The Mystery Of You): Anyone working in the trenches of entrepreneurship, venture capital, or any daily grind knows what it’s like to feel hollow inside. In The Mystery of You, Emilio Diez Barroso invites readers to uncover a peace that is untouched by the happenings of life and encourages people to discover who they are beyond their familiar identities and roles.
Emilio Diez Barroso Media Kit
Dr. Jon Finn (The Habit Mechanic): Everybody is a consistent habit away from the peak mental health and performance they dream of. In The Habit Mechanic Dr. Jon Finn distills years of peak performance coaching into workbook-style content anyone can use to build optimal habits and tougher minds.
Erick Rheam (Rise Above Chaos): Erick Rheam served for five years as a military police officer and special investigator. On deployment in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Erick became fascinated by the field of human dynamics and what motivates us as human beings. In Rise Above Chaos, Erick leverages years of research and his own life story to explain step by step how to rediscover your path to significance and inner peace, no matter how busy or chaotic your life has become.
Alan Stein, Jr. (Sustain Your Game): Sustain Your Game proves that when it comes to excellence, how you do anything is how you do everything. Based on his years as a successful basketball performance coach and a speaker and trainer to major companies like Pepsi and Amex, Alan Stein brings you the keys to lasting, unimaginable success. The secret? Sustain Your Game teaches a timeline of short term to medium term to long term because we are always battling all three: stress in the now, stagnation in the present, and burnout in the long term.
Carolyn Buck Luce (EPIC!): Do you have any idea how powerful you are? On some level, you do. Carolyn Buck Luce is one of America’s most respected and accomplished voices on women as leaders and their relationship with power. In her new book, EPIC!, Carolyn helps readers understand their relationship to power and how they can channel it to create an amazing future.
Investing & Personal Finance
Drew Richey, Shawn Perry (Finding Your Financial Advisor): Drew and Shawn’s wealth management team is based in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and serves clients across the nation. They have helped hundreds of clients through a wide range of life transitions, and their mission is to shed light on the biggest challenges people face when hiring a financial advisor.
Brittany Anderson & Bryan Sweet (Dream Architecture): Imagine the best-case54 scenario of what your retirement can look like. Now imagine that it could be even better. Brittany Anderson and Bryan Sweet’s The Dream Architect™ system helps you to have childlike wonder about what retirement holds for you. This isn’t a personal finance book, but rather a resource on shifting your mindset to prepare for your next chapter.
Michael Lynch (It’s All About the Income): Michael Lynch is a Certified Financial Planner with nearly twenty years of experience working with American families to craft plans that fund their dreams, educate their children, and finance their retirement. A former onsite financial planner at ESPN, Michael has contributed to The Wall Street Journal, TheStreet’s Retirement Daily, and Investor’s Business Daily, as well as hosted the Smart Money Radio show for a decade. His new book, It’s All About The Income, is his second book in his series which lays out a simple, straightforward system for determining when you really have enough money to call it quits.
James Cunningham (Savvy Estate Planning): James L. Cunningham, Jr. is the founder of California’s own CunninghamLegal, and has been an attorney for more than two decades in the areas of estate planning, probate, trust administration, elder law, disability/special needs planning. In his book, Savvy Estate Planning, James shows the importance of estate planning for every person – and how to avoid the top-ten mistakes that could damage your financial succession, family, heirs, and legacy.
Logan Rankin (Find Your Financial Freedom): Finding financial freedom is clear, right? Invest in a 401(k), get out of debt, and save. So if finding financial freedom is that easy, why don’t more people have it? Entrepreneur and self-taught investor Logan Rankin achieved financial freedom by the age of 30 because he truly understands what it means to “make your money work for you.” In his latest book, Logan shares his knowledge and gives readers actionable steps to building the life they really want.
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.
Jason Portnoy (Silicon Valley Porn Star): Money, cars, and women: that’s all that men need to show that they’ve made it as a man – at least that’s the lie Silicon Valley veteran Jason Portnoy told himself until he landed himself in hot water. Only after decades of daily porn viewing, a marriage built on affairs, scandals with colleagues, and threats from a mistress’ mother was Jason able to see that the money, cars, and women actually made his life unmanageable. This is a story of repentance, redemption, and personal growth from someone who’s finally learning what it means to be a man.
Andrew Finkelstein (I Hope We Never Meet): When tragedy strikes justice is hardly ever served. In his book, I Hope We Never Meet personal injury lawyer Andrew Finklestein gives readers access to the knowledge and case studies that have helped him bring back over $1 billion to victims of personal injury and tragic loss.
Michael Franzese (Mafia Democracy): The US government is supposed to be run by public servants, working for the citizen’s best interest. With the history to back it up, former Mob boss Michael Franzese exposes our government’s uncanny similarities to the Mafia.
Charlena Berry (Breaking the Stigma): Charlena Berry founded Cannabis Business Growth after spending more than a decade in Supply Chain and Retail Operations for Fortune 500 companies like Whirlpool and Office Depot/Office Max. Her new book, Breaking the Stigma, provides a framework for becoming a prosperous cannabis retailer, showing you how to overcome your product’s negative connotations and impart vital, need-to-know truths about your industry.
Dr. Thomas Epperson (InnerWill): Dr. Thomas Epperson is the President of InnerWill Leadership Institute, a nonprofit that teaches leaders how to ignite human potential. With a doctorate in leadership from The George Washington University and over 20 years of experience as a leadership coach, he has helped more than 300 organizations transform their leadership, teams, career trajectory, and company results. His book, InnerWill, provides the unique steps you can take to discover your own Values Based Leadership – so you can develop the practical skills you need to become a more effective leader.
Azrya Bequer, Benjamin Bequer (BEQOMING): The way humanity thinks, lives, and loves is experiencing a seismic shift. Using their own love story, husband and wife team Benjamin and Azyra Bequer invite everyone down the path of self-discovery, enlightenment, and leading with our hearts.
Susan Combs (Pancakes for Roger): Susan L. Combs is President of Combs & Company, a full-service insurance brokerage firm started the company at twenty-six years old and achieved numerous successes and firsts, like being named the youngest National President in the over eighty-five-year history of Women in Insurance & Financial Services (WIFS) and the first female Broker of the Year winner for BenefitsPro. Susan is “a Missouri girl in a New York world,” and it’s the lessons she learned during her Midwestern upbringing and two-plus decades in New York City that are the basis of her book, Pancakes for Roger. The insights contained in these pages come from family, friends, colleagues, and life in general. But the most important teachings are from her late father.
Kyle Bachus (Unthinkable): A founding partner of the law firm Bachus Schanker, Kyle Bachus limits his practice to representing individuals and families in catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases nationwide. With more than twenty-five years of experience representing families in catastrophic injury and death cases, Kyle gained first-hand knowledge of his clients’ experiences when his own mother was struck and killed in a crosswalk. Now, in Unthinkable, Kyle provides a practical roadmap for navigating a path that no one chooses.
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.
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.
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.
Joeri Torfs and Pim Ampe (Person to Person): What if we lived in a world that revolved around quality of life, rather than economic winners and losers? Person to Person presents an environment that incentivizes goodness, fairness, sustainability, and freedom. It begins with the individual and moves toward our collaborative relationships. Through Person to Person, Joeri Torfs and Pim Ampe walk readers through the reality that each person has the power to make a better world that is richly satisfying, deeply connected, and truly free.
Jim McCarthy (Beyond The Back Row): The pandemic hit live entertainment harder than any other industry—but also revealed tantalizing new possibilities. Relying on his two decades of experience in the live entertainment industry and as a lead curator of TEDxBroadway, Jim shows Beyond the Back Row readers the key to maximize live entertainment through streaming. Today, Jim is the co-founder of Stellar, a company that lives at the intersection of live and digital entertainment to pioneer this new medium.