BEST SELLING BOOKS
written for other moms trying to succeed
Think Like An Artist, Protect Like An Attorney
When you join the ranks of entrepreneurs and start your own business, you quickly realize that legal questions pop up faster than you can count. You don’t always have the training for the corporate bureaucracy that comes with being a CEO. What are you to do? The worst thing you can do is Ignore these questions. Hiring an attorney is needed, but not at every stage. The best thing you can do to protect your name, your brand, your art and assets and your bottom line right now is to start here!
Rachel Brenke breaks down the legal and creative blend that it takes to find success in your new business. Whether you’re starting a blog, vlog or brick and mortar business, Brenke explains the highs and lows that new entrepreneurs face.
The Laundry List
The Laundry List is a real-life practical guide to balance family and business. Rachel walks you through setting realistic and flexible goals, choosing a workspace, balancing household chores, and organizational tips to get your business rocking to success. Who better to learn from than someone who has done it a couple times over?
A 30-Day devotional for busy entrepreneurs.
Dirty laundry piles up… …both literally and metaphorically. We all have it. No one is immune, especially if you are an entrepreneur. Having this entrepreneurial spirit doesn’t remove us from the complications dirty laundry can inject into our lives. Between trying to run a business, being a spouse and parent, maintaining relationships and getting to the laundry, cooking, cleaning and – we often lose sight of ourselves and the Lord. This 30-day devotional comes with a relatable story, application of Scripture to a similar situation, and a challenge for each day. Dirty Laundry’s goal is to work through a variety of issues ranging from stress from running a business to the fear of failure, from the impact entrepreneurship can have on your marriage to the feeling of loneliness that entrepreneurship can leave you in.
Many of us are business owners because we are mothers.
We do it to be there and provide for our kids.
We are role models. They want to be like us.
So here is a gift for your little ones, the reason we work so hard.
With hand-drawn illustrations, this twenty-four page book tells of a young girl wanting to be like her photographer mom.
Sugar goes through the story modeling after mom and, in the end, mom gifts her with a wooden camera to have a “real” camera to play with.
A Photographer’s Night Before Christmas
A Photographer’s Night Before Christmas is a hand-illustrated book to capture the spirit of Christmas within the love for the art of photography.
Adventures with an Au Pair
Adventures with an Au Pair helps families explain what it means to have an au pair come to live, stay and celebrate holidays with them. This children’s book goes through the interviewing process, welcoming her at the airport, showing her where she will live, through travels with the family, and sharing of holidays. The book does finish by showing that the Au Pair must leave but shares that she loves them and will never forget them.
Tri with Mom
Children watch their mothers do extraordinary things throughout their lifetimes. Sometimes, they get inspired by the greatness they see.
This book is for triathlete moms (parents) to share their strength, unwillingness to give up and dedication to following through a challenge.