I will ghostwrite your non-fiction book

I am an experienced and English-fluent ghostwriter for people looking to invest in a unique asset that works far better than any business card: a well-written non-fiction book with your own name on the cover, and no mention of mine.

There are many ways to write a single book, but I find that the right way is to write the book that helps you achieve the goal you are already pursuing. This way, your book can work for you, rather than you having to work for your book.

During preparation early on in a project, we will discuss what you would like the book to help you achieve. While it might be difficult to get a return on investment when selling individual copies in bookstores or at events, an asset like your own book can be monetized in many ways: being split up into articles, adapted as an audiobook, as an online course, or by becoming an integral part of a keynote speaking or client growth strategy. If you are business savvy, making a large return on this investment will be a walk in the park. 

My job is to write the book that will help you make your money back as quickly as possible.

Though it may tempt some people to squeeze as much knowledge on different topics as they can into a single book, this is generally not the best business strategy for many reasons related to structure, value, and readability. For example, similar logic might apply to keynote speaking—a focused speaker who is concise may often find more success than the one who speaks for, say, 3 hours on 5 different topics. 

If your goal is to structure a book around a single keynote address or to use as a ‘business card’ to attract and convince prospective clients, the sweet spot for the book length is between 20,000 and 25,000 words.

If you are curious about other aspects of our working relationship, please reach out and I will be happy to discuss the ghostwriting process in further detail.

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