Leveraging strategic partnerships for your book with E. Danielle Butler

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Welcome E. Danielle Butler to The TufFish Show, a place to help writers and aspiring authors get out of their own way to leave a legacy by telling the stories they want to share through writing their own books and confidently sharing them with others. The writing process can be tough and the business side can feel scary, but TufFish makes both feel smoother and achievable. 

The saying “it takes a village” is so appropriate when you think about what it takes to bring your thought leadership or imagination into the world. And your book is no exception. Sometimes, we need a sounding board. Sometimes we know what we want to say, but need help getting it conveyed in a way that readers will not only want to read it, but want to continue the conversation with us or with each other. This powerful and deep conversation with E. Danielle Butler shines a beautiful light on how taking a “Yes and” approach as well as strategic partnerships with thought partners will strengthen your message and expand your business. Danielle also demystifies what it means to work with a ghost writer and why you might want to.

E. Danielle Butler is an accomplished interdisciplinary storyteller and author of eight independently published books. She is a respected ghostwriter and collaborator committed to using words as catalysts for change and inspiration. Danielle’s mission is to capture and create cultural movements through storytelling. Since 2018, Danielle has ghostwritten 13 books, including a collection of business e-books.

As a speaker and workshop facilitator, Danielle shares on the topics of publishing, writing craft, and the creative process. She also leads discussions on diversity across industries. Beyond her professional achievements, Danielle is wife to Brandon and mom to Zoe and Zachary.