Business eBooks, short stories, nonfiction personal reflections and children's books.
"When you can turn your passion into a career, it becomes much more than a job."
How to Rebrand a 10-Year-Old Company in Six Weeks
Turning a marketing challenge into opportunity
[eBook] When a decade-old technology company prepares to make a re-entry and big splash into the market, one of the first things a marketer evaluates is the brand. As Kristi and her small marketing team presented their proposal for the 12 month transition, the Board had only one request: do it in six weeks. The team rose to the challenge and turned the experience into this eBook, sharing lessons learned and leveraging the content to generate new business leads.
STEM Girls Books™
The STEM Girls Books series is underway! With inspiration from accomplished women in STEM, these picture books are designed to introduce young girls to the exciting possibilities of STEM - science, technology, engineering and math.
We launched on Kickstarter in April 2017 and met our goal in just three days! Our first three books are due out this summer, with many more to come. Learn more at STEM Girls Books.
Fill Me Up
An inspirational story for Christian women
[eBook and Paperback] If you feel like you're running on empty, take heart. The raw, emotional story shared in this book will take you on a journey of self-discovery, healing and transformation - with a little humor along the way.
Thank you to the 2017 Bible Study Expo for featuring Fill Me Up as a resource to encourage and inspire women everywhere.
Bible Study and Small Groups: Be sure to download our free study guide. This 10-week guide can be easily adapted to fit your needs and includes group discussion prompts, personal reflection questions, and music selections to reinforce each chapter.
How Many Yesterdays are in a Million Years?
[Paperback] I had the privilege of collaborating on this book to bring this sweet Hebrew story to life in English. With the languages side-by-side, children around the globe will enjoy the simplicity and humor of a world seen through the eyes of a child.
Story by Nini Atlas, illustrated by Miri Buchman, English translation by Kristi Grigsby