“Copywriters, journalists, mainstream authors, ghostwriters, bloggers and advertising creatives have as much right to think of themselves as good writers as academics, poets, or literary novelists.” —Sara Sheridan
So, you want to write a book. In fact, you’ve been wanting to write a book for years now, but you just haven’t been able to make it happen. That’s where I come in—you’re the author, I’m the writer. Symbiosis at its finest.
Ghostwriters are paid to write for someone else. Depending on the job, they’ll write either under their client’s name or be credited as a collaborator. I write blog posts, books, nonfiction books, memoirs—it’s all fair game. My customers are usually busy people—think CEOs or entrepreneurs—who want to write a book or column, but lack the time or ability to do so.
Ghostwriting is a huge time saver for C-level executives and entrepreneurs, especially business owners and those in bigger companies where tasks are multiplied drastically. I also help companies and personalities build brand awareness faster, leaving you to manage growth while I’m writing. Leave the writing to the professional while you build your brand.
I pore over hundreds of pages of interview transcripts, looking for patterns. I piece together ideas. I build on my client’s genius. Although I write the initial words, we are very much co-creators. This is reflected in the fact that most ghostwriting clients leave the process feeling like they wrote the book—only they typically save more than 300 hours of time in the actual writing process.