Sharlrita DeLoatch hopes to help Other Women Become Publishers with Her 5-day Challenge.
Raleigh, North Carolina Jun 3, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - Writer, the publisher, and founder of BWE Publishing and Consulting, Sharlrita DeLoatch, wants to help women start their own publishing company. The ex-felon turned CEO has launched the Book Publishing Blueprint 5-Day Challenge designed to break down the complexities of book publishing. The challenge, which starts on June 14, 2021, is geared towards women ready to create their own company.
"If you're looking to start a book publishing company, this is perfect for you. You will learn how to select the best publishing business model for you and your brand, how to attract the right clients and stand out from the market, and how to create your publishing company name, mission, and vision," Deloatch said.
She will also be launching her book on July 21, 2021, called 'The Book Publisher's Blueprint: The Top 10 Best Kept Secrets to Starting a Profitable Publishing Company'.
DeLoatch, who was convicted of a Class H felon in 2004 in North Carolina, prides herself on her journey of overcoming obstacles. After many failed attempts at finding a job due to her conviction, she decided to make her way by starting a business. First, she started speaking, then writing books that eventually led to her helping others write, publish, and launch their books. Through her story, she hopes to inspire others and help them realize that they can pull through stronger though they face difficulties.
Through her company BWE Publishing and her team, DeLoatch offers ghostwriting services, writing coach services, and private label publishing to female thought leaders and "SHEEOS" (female CEOs) interested in building their brand improving their business presence.
For further information on this challenge and Sharlrita DeLoatch, you can use the media contact below.
4501 New Bern Avenue, Suite 130-Box 144
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