Our Work

We work with writers on all rungs of the publishing ladder, from first-time authors planning to self-publish to established authors who need help with turning information into a marketable narrative.

Our Clients Have

Been Published By:

  • Broadway Books
  • Citadel Press
  • Entrepreneur Press
  • HarperCollinsPublishers
  • Hay House
  • Random House
  • Rodale Inc.
  • Simon & Schuster
  • Warner Wellness
  • John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Appeared On:

  • CBS This Morning
  • Good Morning America
  • The Today Show
  • The Dr. Oz Show
  • The Oprah Winfrey Show
  • 20-20
  • 60 Minutes
  • The Tonight Show
  • Animal Planet
  • The National Geographic Channel

Been Covered By:

  • The New York Times
  • New York Post
  • The Times (London)
  • USAToday
  • Health
  • Men’s Health
  • More for Women
  • New Yorker
  • Parenting magazine
  • Self

 

Here's a sampling of the reviews they've received:

"A gripping tale of how some secrets can't be buried ... Kane spins a fascinating web of discoveries and intrigue, and the surprises don't stop until the very end."
—Kirkus Reviews  

 

“Holland Kane writes fiction that will make you think.”
—Billy Squier, American rock musician

 

“In this utterly fascinating follow-up to her bestselling The Female Brain, Harvard neuropsychiatrist Brizendine leads readers through the life span of a man’s brain, using lively prose and personable anecdotes to turn complex scientific research into a highly accessible romp. Among other salient info, readers will learn why it is that young boys seem unable to stay still (they are learning through ‘embodied cognition’); why behaviors may change so suddenly during puberty (among other changes, testosterone increases 20-fold); the nature of irritability in teens (‘boys’ hormones...

“Biologist, Emmy Award-winning producer and TV host Corwin discusses polar and panda bears, Florida panthers and Bengal tigers, and other creatures in this valuable, far-reaching look at endangered species and global efforts to save them. He begins with recollections of a trip to ‘the ice-locked village of Kaktovik, 300 miles north of the Arctic Circle,’ where Corwin joins scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey studying polar bears, the first animals listed as endangered ‘due to climate change and the resulting shrinking of sea ice.’ Determined but far from didactic, Corwin hops the...

Cope delivers a fanciful adventure set in a magical community, first in a planned series. When 10-year-old Luke Rayburn's father rejoins the military and is sent overseas for a year, Luke and the rest of the family are sent to live with his grandparents in a hidden place called Countryside, where magic and mythical creatures are commonplace. As Luke adjusts to the new surroundings, long-dormant dryads emerge to speak to him, while mysterious strangers offer cryptic advice. It all leads to a search for the long-missing Book of the Wise, a coveted artifact that contains a prophecy related to...

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