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Even the best books have an ending

JUNE 28, 2023 | Even the best books have to have an ending, and today, I find myself finishing one of my favourites as I part ways with Life to Paper Publishing.

πŸ™πŸ’• During my partnership with LTP, I have had the privilege of working with talented authors who have poured their hearts and souls into their writing. These are the inspiring humans who have also taught me about resilience, determination, and the power of storytelling.

In less than one year together, we have created anthologies, memoirs (and grimoires), self-help books, coffee table books, journals, and game-changing books that pretty much hold the answers to life, the universe, and everything. πŸ† We’ve consumed obscene amounts of coffee and done copious amounts of author Zoom sessions, manuscript edits, late-night brainstorm sessions, rewrites, book layouts, cover layouts, design changes, rewrites, proofs and launches.

That said, after nearly a decade of publishing magazines and then after this time with LTP, my love affair with publishing isn’t over yet.Β 

I’ll be diving headfirst into more collaborations with remarkable authors and entrepreneurs who have a burning passion for bringing their ideas to light. I aim to champion those whose visions challenge conventions, stir emotions, and inspire change. I am committed to providing a platform for their voices to be heard, their stories to be told, and their ideas to resonate with the world.πŸŽ™οΈ

πŸ“– If you love books, love writing, are dreaming of becoming an author, or you’re just here for publishing news, I’d love for you to stay tuned as I share more about the authors and entrepreneurs I will have the privilege to work with. As a community, we will embark on a journey that celebrates the power of words, the strength of ideas, and the indomitable spirit of human creativity.


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