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Facing the Elephants #1 in Women’s Health Free Kindle Downloads on Launch Day
Nashville, TN (February 14, 2019) – FACING THE ELEPHANTS, a new memoir released February 12, 2019, by first-time author Rebecca Black ranked #1 in Women’s Health, #2 in Memoirs, #79 in Non-Fiction and #636 in overall.
“We are so proud of Rebecca and her story,” states JuLee Brand, Publisher/W. Brand Publishing, “Women’s health issues like hers are not openly talked about and we feel through this book and her platform, many women will be able to relate, be informed, and hopefully get the help they need.”
Rebecca will be at the Wheatmark booth for the Tucson Festival of Books March 2-3, 2019. She will be signing books and sharing her story.
W. Brand Publishing Releases First Book
Nashville, TN (February 12, 2019)–FACING THE ELEPHANTS, a new memoir released February 12, 2019, by first-time author Rebecca Black takes the reader on an emotional journey through health, relationships, childhood trauma, and elephants.
Her story starts as it appears to be ending, on the ER operating table–dying three times. Death is just the beginning of her health battles culminating with her diagnosis of having the BRCA gene. However, her physical health issues were only a part of her battle.
Health issues plagued Rebecca her adult life and compounded with bad romantic relationships and PTSD flashbacks from living through horrible childhood trauma. Her life was a roller coaster of health and emotional issues–she found the love of her life, only to be plagued again with the heaviness of life once more. When it seemed she would never be able to work a regular job again, she found a strong spiritual connection with a family of elephants while she volunteered at the zoo. It was the peace and love she felt through the attachment to this “family,” coupled with finding the right psychiatrist that has put her in a place of rebirth today.
JuLee Brand, Publisher of W. Brand Publishing’s debut book, adds, “Rebecca’s transparent, vivid storytelling of her trauma, health, and mental issues gives hope to others going through dark periods of their lives. She is a brave woman–a previvor of cancer, a survivor of childhood abuse. Her strength and warrior-like approach to life is an inspiration.”
Our W. Brand Publishing Crowdfunding Campaign is officially live on @iFundWomen. We are raising $75,000 to publish and promote writers who have positive stories that may be overlooked by traditional publishers. As a female entrepreneur of a women-owned company, my team and I are so excited to raise money for our business on a platform that supports women. We only have until January 4 to reach our goal so the clock is ticking. Please consider contributing to our campaign - anything from $5-$2500! We are so grateful for your support. Click here to donate!
W. Brand Publishing Signs Fourth Author
Nashville, TN (November 1, 2018)– Independent book publisher, W. Brand Publishing signed its fourth author since the company’s formation, August 7, 2018. Antonio Brinson will tell his story of trials and triumphs through award-winning editor and co-author, Katara Patton.
Brinson joins Alicia Bonner Ness, Rebecca Black, and Kari Wiseman to make up the current roster. All books are set for release during Q1 and Q2 of 2019. In addition, W. Brand Publishing is promoting two self-published authors with releases in early 2019.
“We knew the stories were out there and they needed to be told. So, we focused on writers with uplifting stories that personally connected to readers. We are blessed with the opportunity to bring their stories to the public,” expressed JuLee Brand/Publisher, W. Brand Publishing, regarding the company’s early growth.
The team, consisting of Brand, entrepreneur Marilyn Whetstone/COO, and former Hachette Book Group Digital Content Director Michele McKee/Marketing & Promotion Director is creating a niche in the independent publishing industry by utilizing all media available to deliver the story. “It’s no longer acceptable to only release a paperback and eBook,” McKee states, “Using social media, blogs, and podcasts allow us to reach people who may not consider themselves ‘readers’ but will benefit from the story.”
W. Brand Publishing is currently accepting story submissions. Writers should make initial contact through the company website or Facebook page. Self-published authors needing assistance with production and promotion should connect the same way.