So, you want to write a book. Maybe you’ve developed a fitness program you want to share with the world, or you want to build your platform as a health or wellness expert. Or maybe you’re a speaker who needs a book for back-of-the-room sales and credibility. Or maybe you just want to add “book author” to your CV.
If you want to write a book, but lack the time, ability, or know-how to do so on your own, you need a ghostwriter. Ghostwriters, or “ghosts,” work with authors to help get their words on the page, and transform their ideas into published books.
I’ve been ghosting for clients for more than fifteen years, specializing in health/wellness, nutrition/diet, and fitness topics. My clients include fitness celebrities, actors, physicians, dietitians, wellness experts, and entrepreneurs. I’ve worked with publishers including Clarkson Potter, Grand Central Life & Style, Harper Collins, and Random House as well as with authors who choose print-on-demand (“POD”) companies or book packagers. In addition to ghosting books and book proposals, I produce shorter health and wellness content for a select group of clients.
I love collaborating with smart people and helping them become book authors. Whether you plan to work with a traditional publisher or self-publish with a POD company, I can help you decide which option is best for you, and create a book that reflects your ideas, your voice, and your purpose.
What else should you know? In addition to publishing books under my own name, I’ve ghosted more than twenty. It’s both my job and my passion to help you get that book out of your head, and into print.
I’m represented by Katherine Latshaw of Folio and also work with other literary agents on their clients’ projects.