Uncommon books for uncommon times

Every Day Create provides books and new media that take on sometimes controversial issues of gender, creativity, and success with a distinctly modern voice and vision.

We believe that with encouragement and determination, people’s spirit to succeed can arise from difficult situations. Creative expression can help people to discover their own voices and the power of who they truly are. They can explore many different viewpoints and learn how to express words, thoughts, and feelings to themselves and others.

Every Day Create lights a spark and helps others learn how to nurture their own flames. We empower people to find their voices and identities, and the power to achieve everything they want in life, no matter how unconventional it may seem.

Every Day Create's first self-help book

The Pole Position: Is Stripping For You?
(And How to Stay Healthy Doing It)

This thin volume dresses itself as a smart, sassy how-to guide for strippers, but peel off that outer layer and underneath you will find a soulful reflection on life and womanhood. Half memoir and half self-help, Sheila Hageman's wise and witty observations will enlighten all her readers: aspiring strippers, and everyone else.

– Wendy Wisner, Epicenter and Another Place of Rocking

Sheila Hageman's The Pole Position: Is Stripping For You? is a guide and a soul-searching journal for those considering stripping as a vocation. A former stripper, and now a married mother of three, a writer and college professor, Hageman is not ashamed of her past. In fact, she uses her lessons learned to provide insight and opportunities for her reader to self reflect. This book is for anyone curious about what it's like to be a stripper.

– Sandra Hurtes, On My Way To Someplace Else