Books we have helped to get into the hands of readers
When your publishing project begins, you will be put in touch with a member of our internal marketing team who will design a specific marketing strategy to meet you and your book’s needs. This will include advice and information around content creation and social media, and the potential to create feature articles, interviews and video content for the whitefox blog.
We have a large network of over 1,600 experienced publishing freelancers, many of whom have helped market some of the decade’s most successful books. Whatever your budget, genre or required services, we have the person for you.
As you’ll have seen, many of our authors have been interviewed or featured in notable print and digital media outlets such as Forbes, the Observer, Female First, Sky News and more. This is thanks to the wonderful PR and marketing professionals with whom we work. We can connect you with some of the biggest names in book marketing, who will help first-time authors develop skills in self-promotion and ensure the right people are talking about your book. No matter the size of your budget and project, we’ve got the network to connect you with the right person to promote your book.
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 of ten has come from everywhere: HarperCollins, Faber & Faber, Penguin, and we've brought the insight and knowledge along with us to make your books special.
See what our clients have to say
whitefox worked with Gerald Weaver on the PR campaign of 'The First First Gentleman', connecting him with a fantastic PR team who were able to secure coverage in the Guardian, The Big Issue and The Times.
‘whitefox marshalled all the resources at their disposal to develop a coordinated campaign for coverage for my novels, from the top of the old media pyramid to obscure niches of the digital marketplace, and they did it all with great savvy and even more personal care.’Gerald Weaver, author of 'Gospel Prism' and 'The First First Gentleman'