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If you have a sharp idea for a book,
let me help you become a published author--
with all the legitimacy, fame, message promotion,
career boosting, and money that can potentially
bring you.

I'm a New York Times bestselling ghostwriter
who's written 16 books under my own name,
and more for clients. Half of these were bestsellers;
two reached The New York Times bestseller list;
and one hit the #16 spot on Amazon.com
(i.e., Stephen King and Stephen R. Covey territory).

The latter began as a book proposal
I meticulously developed for a client--
who was a first-time author and non-celebrity--
that resulted in a $1 million advance.
That's almost unheard of in today's
publishing market...especially since
it sold without the help of an agent.

Most importantly, this book has--
directly or indirectly--already helped
hundreds of thousands of people live
much better lives; and it's helping more
every day. Such sharing of information
to connect with and aid our fellow human beings
is one of the very best reasons to do a book.

Frankly, most ghostwriters will try to
convince you to hire them to write
your entire book. That way they're guaranteed
more money upfront; and, to be bluntly honest,
they figure it's not that hard to make you happy
by giving you back your own ideas and words
in printed form.

The problem with this approach is
nonfiction books are sold via book proposals,
not complete manuscripts. If a ghostwriter
doesn't explain this to you, it's probably because
a proposal will cost you less than a full
manuscript; plus it's quite hard for a ghostwriter
to meet the high publishing standards
of jaded book agents and acquisitions editors,
who are looking for any reason to reject your book
as they plow through their daily piles of submissions.

I'm one of the few ghostwriters who
not only doesn't avoid mentioning
book proposals but actually specializes
in creating them. (I'm also very happy
to write your complete book--but typically
not until the proposal lands you a publisher.)
While this is a tougher way to operate as
a ghostwriter, to my mind it's the right thing
to do because it's serving your needs as a client,
which is the bottom line.

To learn more about how I can help you
shape, develop, and sell your book,
please visit my website at BookProposal.net.

If you'd like to work with the very best,
please email me your name, phone number,
email address, and some information about your book.
I'd love to hear from you, and look forward to connecting soon.
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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