Book Project Complimentary Consultation

Contact UsThanks for your interest in a complimentary consult for your book project. During your private, 30-minute call, you and Gail Woodard, publisher at Dudley Court Press, will discuss the status of your current (or proposed) book project and your goals for publishing and distributing your book.

By the end of the 30-minute call, you will:

  • Have a clear understanding of why it’s important to choose the best options for you out of all the possible publishing choices you could make.
  • Know the next step to take to move closer to your goals for publishing and distributing your book.

To schedule your complimentary call, please first complete the Questionnaire below. By completing this Questionnaire, you will:

  • Help us understand your book project and your goals,
  • Help us more effectively help you with your personal publishing strategy.
  • Focus your intentions so that you get the most out of your Book Project Call.

Once the Questionnaire is submitted, Gail Woodard will review your responses and send you an email message to set up your appointment at a mutually convenient time.

Your Name (required)

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Your Phone Number (required)

Please tell me about your book project. What is your book about?

What is the current status of your book project?

What are your three biggest fears, frustrations or challenges relating to your book project?

What problems are these fears, frustrations or challenges creating for you in your life right now?

What are your biggest desires around your book project? What do you want to achieve?

If you had these desires met, how would your life look?

What three specific questions do you have about writing, publishing or marketing your book?

How did you hear about Dudley Court Press?

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If you are thinking about a book that is, in a sense, collateral in support of the rest of your work, Gail's your gal.


I chose to work with Gail in no small part because she understood how my writing would fit into the overall picture of my work. I am not a full time writer; but my ideas are full time and a book is one way to get them transferred to other people. If you are thinking about a book that is, in a sense, collateral in support of the rest of your work, Gail's your gal. '

- Martha Johnson, author of On My Watch: Leadership, Innovation & Personal Resilience