Your Wisdom:
Forever in Print.

Let’s write a world-changing book together.

You’re The World’s Best Kept Secret.

Somewhere deep inside you, there’s a burning desire to write your first book. Not just ANY book — a stellar, well-written book that authentically represents the humble genius that is you.

About World Changing Books
You procrastinate because you’re unsure of where it will lead or where to even start.

Even if you muster the courage to begin, you simply don’t know where to turn or who to trust.

Countless “book experts” offer to write and publish your book, but you’re just not confident in their ability to create a book that you’ll be proud of — one that lives up to your reputation.

Your family, friends, and peers constantly pressure you to write a book. But it feels nearly impossible to fit it into your already hectic schedule.

You might even have convinced yourself that your book isn’t a priority right now.

We’re here to tell you, now more than ever, the world needs your book.

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The World Doesn’t Need Another Vanity Book.

While the self-publishing book industry has convinced millions of people that a book is one big business card or a platform to tell your story, most self-published books languish in a stack in someone’s closet, because the author doesn’t have the time, resources, or knowledge of how to market and sell them.

Too often, the outcome is only the creation of another book… that no one reads.

And a book can’t change the world if no one reads it.

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World-Class Experts Write
World Changing Books.

Let us remind you who you are.

You are a CEO, or maybe a Founder, Doctor, Scientist, Coach, Consultant, Attorney, Government Official, Astronaut, Engineer. Or perhaps you’re a polymath who wears more than one of these hats.

Either way, you are a successful, high achieving, world-class expert. And world-class experts know that nothing beats the gravitas of a traditionally published book. Or the prestige of being on the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, or USA TODAY Best Sellers’ lists.

You understand that writing a book is both an opportunity and a responsibility.

To entertain us with interesting, vital, paradigm-shifting information that helps us think differently.

To enlighten us with your real world expertise, experience, and wisdom that help us live more powerfully.

And most of all, to leave a legacy of value for future generations.

Welcome To World Changing Books.

Meet Robin Colucci

The Visionary Authority Behind World Changing Books.

Robin is more than a book coach—she’s a guide, mentor, and strategist for thought leaders ready to see their
expertise and ideas become a lasting legacy that changes the world.

About Robin

Right after college, Robin was mentored by a New York Times bestselling author, gaining experience in research, writing, and editing. This led her to journalism roles at renowned outlets and an acquisitions editor position at an indie publishing house, where she found her true calling: to guide subject-matter experts in bringing their book projects to life.

With a BA in Journalism and an MA in Spiritual Psychology to her name, Robin’s credentials are as impressive as her track record. She’s even penned her own guide, “How to Write a Book that Sells YOU,” busting myths about the purpose of a book and how to succeed with one.

Drawing inspiration from icons like Maya Angelou, Robin brings more than skill to her work. She offers a heart-centered approach grounded in resilience, kindness, and integrity. To Robin, your book isn’t just ink on paper—it’s a doorway to forever, a chance to change lives and to echo through time.


Under Robin’s expert guidance, World Changing Books has helped authors—from CEOs and Nobel laureates to emerging voices—secure over $6.3 million in advances in a mere 4 years. These authors have landed deals with “Big 5” publishers, won prestigious awards, and earned bestseller statuses everywhere from Amazon to The New York Times.

Ready to make your mark? No one’s better suited to guide you than Robin Colucci and her team of experts. Reach out and start shaping your legacy today.

The Team Behind Your Book’s Success

Meet the book coaches, ghostwriters, and industry experts who are as invested in
your success as you are, from concept to final draft, and beyond.

Asia Small
Asia Small


Leveraging a background in Finance, Sales, and Contract Negotiation, Asia has contributed her skills to esteemed Fortune 500 companies such as Lockheed Martin, Verizon, and Enterprise. In her role at World Changing Books, Asia oversees our back-end operations, and refines our processes to heighten efficiency. Asia brings a multicultural perspective to her position. Born in New York, Asia spent six years of her childhood in Ansbach, Germany. Fluent in both German and English, and she is now learning Korean. Asia is the founder of an educational services business called The Purpose of Prep LLC. Where she applies research-based methods to provide tutoring, test prep, and college admissions coaching for students who are dedicated to excel and achieve their goals. Asia graduated from Stetson University with a BA in Economics and is on track to earn her Master of Business Administration in Fall 2024.

John Peragine
John Peragine


John Peragine John is an adept storyteller who brings the visions of others to life with clarity, creativity, and impact. His career as a ghostwriter includes collaborations with high-profile individuals and leading figures across various industries. John’s ghostwriting portfolio encompasses works traditionally published by renowned publishing houses such as Simon & Schuster, Macmillan, McGraw Hill, Wiley, and Berrett Koehler.

Also serving as a stringer for the New York Times, his journalistic work has covered an expansive spectrum of topics, from political upheavals to significant local events in areas in the South and Midwest. John also has contributed to major platforms such as the Today Show, Reuters, and Bloomberg News, and his own portfolio includes 15 non-fiction books on varied subjects and the award-winning middle-grade series, Secrets of the Twilight Djinn.

Felicia Lee
Felicia Lee


Felicia Lee is a writer, editor, and former researcher in linguistics who’s passionate about helping thought leaders bridge the gap between the academic and commercial publishing worlds. Her work is informed by her extensive experience navigating both spheres. During her academic career, she published over 2 dozen papers along with a monograph published by Springer. As an editor, she has also helped researchers from a range of disciplines prepare manuscripts for major publishers including Bloomsbury Academic and Wiley. Her commercial writing includes essays in publications including the Los Angeles Times and, along with short stories in a number of anthologies. In addition, she has helped scholars from institutions including Harvard Medical School and MIT Open Learning develop books for non-academic audiences. She holds a BA (with honors) and MA in English from Stanford University and a Ph.D. in linguistics from UCLA.

Elizabeth Walsh
Elizabeth Walsh


Elizabeth Walsh is a journalist and producer who has written and worked for Al Jazeera English, The New York Times, United Nations, France 24, and other international media organizations. She holds a master’s degree in international relations from Sciences Po Paris, where she lived and studied for several years. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Virginia with degrees in English Literature and Women, Gender & Sexuality. Now based in Los Angeles, Elizabeth has lived and traveled abroad, covering stories from the Syrian refugee crisis to French elections, music festivals, and fashion. She also teaches yoga.

Mary C. Curtis
Mary C. Curtis


Mary C. Curtis is an award-winning multimedia journalist, podcast host and educator based in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Washington, D.C. Writing and speaking frequently on the intersection of politics, culture and race, Mary is a columnist at CQ Roll Call, host of its “Equal Time” podcast, guest host of Slate’s “What Next” podcast, and contributor to NPR. She is a former Nieman Fellow at Harvard, who has contributed essays to several books, including “Now What: The Voters Have Spoken, Essays on Life After Trump,” “Covering Politics in the Age of Trump” and “Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox.” Mary C. is a Senior Fellowship Coach and Facilitator with The OpEd Project, which increases the range of voices in opinion writing, facilitating “Write to Change the World” seminars at Yale University, Cornell University, the Ford Foundation and Aspen New Voices Fellowship in Johannesburg, South Africa. Honors include Clarion Awards from the Association for Women in Communications, awards from National Headliners, the Society of Professional Journalists, National Federation of Press Women, National Association of Black Journalists, and the Thomas Wolfe Award for an examination of Confederate heritage groups. In 2022, she received the Ernie Pyle Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Society of Newspaper Columnists.

Maya Hoffman
Maya Hoffman


Maya Hoffman is a writer, editor, and sailor who has collaborated on books about finance, psychology, business, history, and self-help that have been published by Big 5 publishers, such as Hachette. From 2018-2020, she worked closely under the tutelage of literary critic and professor Christopher Benfey, studying and writing creative nonfiction essays. She has been published twice by the nationally ranked award-winning literary arts magazine Calling Upon Calliope, and published an essay on WBUR’s opinion page Cognoscenti in May, 2020. Maya studied Creative Writing for seven years at Denver School of the Arts. She then received her BA from Mount Holyoke College in Politics and French, and her MA from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in International Environmental Policy. In addition to her writing, Maya is a competitive sailor and is Skipper of Leading the Change!, an all-women offshore race team focused on developing youth sailors, advancing gender equity in the sport, and raising awareness of environmental issues.

Dylan Hoffman
Dylan Hoffman


Dylan Hoffman is a writer, editor, theater director, and translator. Based in NYC, he has ghostwritten and edited multiple traditionally published books on business, science, medicine, and other topics. He studied directing at the Eugene O’Neill National Theater Institute and has directed several shows using his Avant-guard and innovative creative vision, including a critically acclaimed off-Broadway production of Unstuck. A 2019 Fulbright recipient and fluent in Italian, Dylan taught English to Italian high school students until the COVID-19 outbreak required him to return to the U.S. He graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2018 from Brandeis University with highest departmental honors in Creative Writing and minors in theater and Italian studies. That same year, his honors thesis won the Yakas Senior Thesis award. Beyond his editorial work for R Colucci, LLC, Dylan is working on a new verse translation of Aeschylus’ Oresteia, commissioned by the Teatro di Sardegna, Italy. Dylan is on sabbatical now as he is enrolled in the MFA in Creative Writing program at Syracuse University.

Aubrey Polliard
Aubrey Polliard

Graphic Designer

Since joining World Changing Books in 2019, Aubrey has edited, coached, and/or ghostwritten multiple book proposals and books published by Seal Press, Vertel, and Harvest on topics such as business, science, and self-help. She is also a gifted graphic designer and brings her creative storytelling skills to graphic design to communicate through, not just words, but a collaboration of colors, images, and patterns. She also acts as project manager to help ensure our clients’ workflow moves along smoothly. A voracious learner and traveler now based in Washington, DC, Aubrey has worked, volunteered, and studied across many countries in South America, including Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, and Ecuador. She is proficient in Spanish, and beginning to learn Portuguese. Her writing training began at the highly selective Denver School of the Arts where she was in an intensive 7-year creative writing program. She graduated with a B.A. in International Relations and Sociology from the University of Denver. Specializing in international security and human rights, she has collaborated with some of the brightest minds on critical security issues at the Josef Korbel School for International Studies.

The Generational Impact Of Trees

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The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit.”

— Nelson Henderson

Trees are essential to life on earth. They clean the air we breathe, protect us from natural disasters, and provide homes and food sources for many species.

Each year, 15 billion trees are cut down. In the U.S. alone, 32 million trees are required to print 2 billion books. And up to 5 trees worth of paper are required just for one author who sells a thousand books.

In collaboration with National Forest Foundation’s Sapling Program, 2% of our gross profits will go to replanting trees.