Do you dream of writing and publishing a book? If so, then you’re in the right place!
At The Book Shelf, we help aspiring nonfiction authors bring their books to life. We’ve worked on over 500 books with authors around the globe from first-timers to New York Times bestsellers and non-native speakers … and we want to help you.
We know the publishing industry, genre standards, and reader expectations, so we’ll make sure your book is impressive enough to stand out among that million. Whether you’re looking to land a publisher or self-publishing, you’re not on your own. We offer cover-to-cover services from coaching to critique, content editing to copy editing, design to proofreading.
We believe that we’re all here to make the world a better place for others, so we specialise in books that make the world a better place and make a real difference in readers’ lives. Our specialist genres are: personal development, business entrepreneurship, well-being, and philosophy.
If you want to write a life-changing or world-changing book but don’t know where to start, browse our services or get in touch today and get your book on the bookshelf! You’ll also find writer’s guides with insider tips, success stories from published authors, and insights from a book editor.
Check out our latest blog posts here…
Want to write a nonfiction book in just 30 days? Why not challenge yourself to do NaNoWriMo this November? Find out how here.
In our world of excess, of always wanting more, of social media fame, Stoicism offers a different path. Yet being stoic has been misunderstood as cold and unemotional. Here are eight lessons on how to be Stoic.
If you’re writing self-help your primary goal is most likely to help people, but it’s easy to go wrong with self-help, especially in offering unhelpful clichés. So, here are the top 10 self-help cliches to avoid in your writing.
It’s tempting to think that stories are just for fiction, but your nonfiction book needs a narrative too. Want to know why? Find out with our guest Shazeen from The Writer Vending Machine.
The age-old question—which do readers prefer: physical books or e-books? The question is harder to answer than expected. Let’s take a look at the data.
Check out our exclusive interview with Samba Lékouye, author of the unusual philosophy book “Everythink – Wisdom 4 Freedom”
If you want to write a nonfiction book, the first question that comes to mind is: where do I start? The answer involves three simple steps. Discover them here.
So, you want to self-publish your book, but which format? Do you need e-pub, Mobi, print, or a mix? Do you want it an e-reader version and physical copies? Here’s your inside guide to book formats.
I didn’t think I’d learn much from a 5th Century book on Chinese warfare, but I was wrong! Here are the 13 lessons I learned about business and leadership from Sun Tsu’s “The Art of War”.
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