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A List of Traditional Publishing Companies for Self-Help and Personal Development Books

There are many traditional publishing companies that specialize in publishing self-help and personal development books. Here are a few that are known for publishing high-quality, well-regarded works in this genre:

  1. Hay House - This publisher specializes in publishing self-help, personal development, and spiritual books, and is known for publishing works by well-known authors in the field.

  2. Penguin Random House - This publisher is one of the largest publishers in the world and has a wide range of imprints that publish self-help and personal development books, such as Avery, TarcherPerigee, and Harmony.

  3. Simon & Schuster - This publisher is one of the largest publishers in the world and has a wide range of imprints that publish self-help and personal development books, such as Atria, Gallery, and Howard Books.

  4. HarperCollins - This publisher is one of the largest publishers in the world and has a wide range of imprints that publish self-help and personal development books, such as HarperOne, HarperWave, and HarperElixir.

  5. Hachette Book Group - This publisher is one of the largest publishers in the world and has a wide range of imprints that publish self-help and personal development books, such as Grand Central Life & Style, Little, Brown and Company, and Faithwords.

  6. New World Library - This publisher specializes in publishing self-help, personal development, and spiritual books, and is known for publishing works by well-known authors in the field.

  7. The Experiment - This publisher specializes in publishing self-help, personal development, and spiritual books, and is known for publishing works by well-known authors in the field.

  8. Ten Speed Press - This publisher specializes in publishing self-help, personal development, and spiritual books, and is known for publishing works by well-known authors in the field.

It's always recommended to check the publisher's website and submission guidelines before submitting your work. It's also worth noting that even if a publisher is currently accepting unagented submissions, it may change in the future and also the submission guidelines, payment and rights vary from publisher to publisher.

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