Authors Giving Back
No one can do everything, but everyone can do something. And you can do something to help others by using your words. Touch lives and make a difference in the world by publishing your book.
WestBow Press can help you share your message and reach readers worldwide. Make a difference in the lives of generations to come with your book.
Angela L. Walker Franklin, Ph.D., author of An Unconventional Journey and president of Des Moines University, encourages girls to take interest in STEM courses with the “Girls in Science” program. Read More »
WestBow Press author Deborah K. Moore has partnered with a West African couple to support literacy in African countries. Proceeds from her book, A Girl Like Me, are being donated to build a school in Liberia. Read More »
WestBow Press author Heather Stapp volunteers with the Puppy Rescue Mission, a nonprofit group who rescues dogs from Afghanistan and brings them to the United States to be reunited with the soldier with which they have bonded. Read More »
Aleesa St. Julian became a published author at the age of six with her story The Day I Met Walt. She hopes to inspire others to use their gifts to give back to their local communities. Read More »
Let us know how you're using your book to give back by clicking here to share your news with other members of the WestBow Press community.