We have created business books, memoirs, self-help and much more!
Why should I create a book?
Showcase your expertise
There is no doubt that if you have a book you look like a serious player in your field and someone worth consulting on specialist topics. Books can help you secure speaking slots at events and can really boost your profile, both online and offline.
Expand your audience
Increased awareness and reputation will eventually lead to new customers. Additionally, with a book you have a new asset that you can take along with you to pitches, client meetings and networking events to leave behind as thoughtful gifts that leave a lasting impression.
Book sales can make a good return and you have lots of options. Existing networks are great platforms for selling copies of your book. If your book is made available in multiple places and extremely visible you will do well in selling new audiences. And if your writing is newsworthy it may even take off from the big media buzz it generates.
Why work with whitefox?
Step by step process
At whitefox, publishing is a team sport. We will hold your hand throughout the publishing process, and are always available at the end of the phone or in our North London office.
Tailored to you
What makes whitefox truly unique is the diversity of our projects in genre, format and more. We know that every book has different needs and have the skills to meet any demand.
Our team is made up of publishing experts, from HarperCollins, Faber & Faber and Penguin. We apply specialist insight and knowledge to every book project we work on.
Hear from our clients
whitefox worked with advertiser and artist Dave Buonaguidi to produce his illustrated memoir/business book 'Blah! Blah! Blah!'
‘I always wanted to write a book, but I never had any idea of how to go about trying to make it a reality. I had lots and lots of blog posts, but they were a mess. The team at whitefox were the unique combination of mentor, editor and Sergeant Major. Finally, it got written and thanks to the great work by the editors and designers, I actually held a copy in my hand, which made the long process of writing it so worth it. ’Dave Buonaguidi, author of 'Blah! Blah! Blah!'