You’ve got some ideas and you want to turn them into a book. You may want to have “the business card no one throws away” or you may want to build credibility and increase your fees or perhaps you want a book to anchor a full range of information products.
You could probably write the book yourself, but you suspect that you may need some help getting the book done. Perhaps you don’t write well or perhaps you don’t like to write or perhaps you just have more productive things to do with your time.
If you see yourself in any of the above descriptions, read on. I’m a ghostwriter and a book writing coach. Here’s how I can help you turn your ideas into a finished book with your name on it. There are two basic options.
I can do the writing. That’s often called “ghostwriting,” but that word covers a lot of different arrangements. You need to decide which one is best for you and, if it is, who you should choose as a writing partner. Follow this link for more on ghostwriting.
A coach can help you write a better book more quickly than you could otherwise while avoiding common pitfalls along the way. Coaching can range from a single session to help you plan the project through regular sessions as you write your book. Follow this link for more on coaching.