William A. Meis, Jr.

After a successful career founding and editing prestigious academic journals and then working in Hollywood as the Director of Publications for the Writer’s Guild of America, I wrote a number of controversial books under my pen name, Guillermo Bosch. I then wrote an entertaining detective novel, The Innocents, under my own name, and eventually I settled into a successful career ghostwriting creative personal memoirs and autobiographies of ‘extraordinary, ordinary’ people.’

Location: Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

Specialties: I specialize in co-writing and ghostwriting creative, personal book-length memoirs. I am also an experienced, professional editor of novelists, essayists and long form, non-fiction writers.

Years of Experience: 25+ years.

Books:

  • Stanley K. Sheinbaum: A 20th Century Knight’s Quest for Peace, Civil Liberties and Economic Justice (a memoir)
  • Bela’s Story: A Brave Journey Through Unforgiving Times (a memoir)
  • Names Without Tombs: A Personal Memoir of Salonika, Greece, 1917-1943 (a memoir)
  • Wheat Songs (a memoir to be published by ASP, Spring, 2018)
  • Adrian’s Story (a child’s memoir, 1st draft complete, awaiting illustrations)
  • The Innocents ( a novel)