As the owner and president of Braughler Books, I work with a team of dedicated and tremendously talented individuals to create books for our authors.
We’re vested in the process – and despite the old business axiom – we DO take it personally.
Because publishing is a personal journey for everyone, even if it’s a book to further their business. I’ve worked with authors who had tears in their eyes when they held their book for the first time (one who carried the book home, and as her husband glanced over to her in the passenger seat, realized she had it up towards her shoulder – like a newborn) to the ex-Marine who was very very quiet as he held his first book in his hands. Gone was the gruff push-push-push mindset, replaced by a personal moment.
Publishing one’s book can be a trying experience, and some never try again.
At Braughler Books, we hope to make a difference in the field of publishing, by taking care and working alongside each author, helping them understand the steps along the way, and leaving them with an appreciation and understanding of the process. And a book they would be proud enough to show their mom.