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With an illustrious literary career spanning over three decades, Alan Goldsher stands as a preeminent ghostwriter, renowned for his exceptional skill in translating his clients' voices, ideas, and visions onto the written page. His diverse portfolio includes collaborations with individuals from various spheres—athletes, actors, comedians, doctors, chefs, and businesspeople. Notable among his clientele are celebrated figures such as actor/comedian Kevin Pollak (A Few Good Men, The Usual Suspects), film director Tobe Hooper (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre), and jazz guitarist/vocalist George Benson.

In addition to his prowess as a ghostwriter, Alan is a prolific author, having penned 11 novels, including the acclaimed bestseller Paul Is Undead: The British Zombie Invasion (Simon & Schuster) and My Favorite Fangs: The Story of the von Trapp Family Vampires (St. Martin's Press). His non-fiction titles include Hard Bop Academy: The Sidemen of Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers (Hal Leonard), Modest Mouse: A Pretty Good Read (St. Martin’s Press), and Digging Dave Brubeck and Time Out (Post Hill Press).

Goldsher’s sportswriting has graced ESPN the Magazine and Currently covering MLS for Apple TV+, he continues to make an impact in the sports industry. His music journalism has found a home in such esteemed publications as Bass Player and Guitar Player.

A distinguished professional bassist, Alan's musical journey includes recording with icons Janet Jackson, Cypress Hill, and Naughty by Nature. He toured globally with Digable Planets and graced the stage at the 1994 Grammy Awards. As the visionary CEO and founder of Gold Note Records, he has overseen the release of eight albums, five EPs, and 20 singles.

You can visit Alan at or contact him at



  • Martellus Bennett (NFL player)
  • Illeana Douglas (actress)
  • James Frey (author)
  • Stephanie Izard (2008 Top Chef winner)
  • Michael Madsen (actor)
  • Bernie Mac (actor/comedian)
  • Brigitte Nielsen (actress)
  • Kevin Pollak (actor/comedian)
  • John Salley (NBA player)
  • Ryan Serhant (reality show star)
  • Fred Willard (actor/comedian)
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Albo Devine — recognized only by his trademark mustache and Al The Ghost moniker — specializes in stories with an international angle: mostly memoir, fiction, and screenplays. A globetrotting multi-linguist — conversational in Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, and Japanese — Al is a genuine ghostwriter for stories in the age of the global citizen and a proud member of the Millennial generation. After nearly a decade working as a journalist in an increasingly post-fact world from Spain to Brazil to China, Al had a realization. He read a novel featuring a protagonist who wrote obituaries for a living. It was a fascinating tale, recounting the lives of interesting women and men who had passed away. As much as he loved the story, Al was saddened. "If only those people could have shared those stories while they were still alive," he thought. "If only the protagonist gave them their flowers when they could smell them." Not long afterward, Al was asked by a diplomat during an interview to help write her memoir. Almost overnight, he watched his ego disappear along with his byline. The vanishing act allowed Al to do his best work: putting himself last and the needs of his clients — the true authors — first. Based in Los Angeles, Al counts himself among the precious few Millennial ghostwriters ushering the publishing business into a world without digital or physical borders. He’s guided his clients to traditional, self, and hybrid publishers, all while keeping every client relationship 100% confidential. He’s worked with billionaires and blue-collar workers, entertainers and entrepreneurs across five continents but refuses to take credit on any project. Email: Phone: 424.272.5268 Website:

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Professional ghostwriter and collaborating author with nearly a decade of experience and countless works successfully completed and published. Experience in creative fiction, non-fiction, biographies, speeches, and audio scripts. Provide consultation, outlining, researching, interviewing, writing, and revising. I will travel to meet the client in person for a fee of $500 per day plus travel costs. The rate is $50/hour with a $1,000 retainer for books, $0.30/word for content writing, and $100/hour for grant writing. Please contact at

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Alice Sullivan

Owner, Alice Sullivan Literary LLC

I’m a #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling ghostwriter, a New York Times bestselling editor (11 times over), and a speaker. A natural-born storyteller, I’ve written 60 books and edited over 1,300 titles since 2001 for multiple traditional and hybrid publishing houses.

I specialize in trauma memoir, business and thought leadership, and self-help/personal growth and development. Many of my authors are speakers, coaches, and entrepreneurs who want to educate and inspire audiences while building an engaged platform, bringing more awareness to their areas of expertise.

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A business owner herself, Alicia ghostwrites books for Leaders, Lawyers, and Change Makers. This clientele is a natural fit for her since this is the very audience she has worked with over her 25-year career as a business owner.

Alicia has written 30 custom books on relationship selling and doing business with integrity, a guide to personal injury law, several leadership books, Christian leadership books, and a medical memoir for a woman who healed from Lyme Disease.  She is generous with guidance and provides information regarding which publishing channel to use.

Alicia is an avid reader and reviewer for the Nonfiction Author's Association Book Awards.

Alicia writes a monthly LinkedIn newsletter entitled Creative Transformations. She also writes a subscription-based email newsletter entitled Nonfiction Notes. Click here to subscribe.


  • Nonfiction Authors Association
  • Chicago Writers Association
  • Independent Writers of Southern California
  • Chicago Creative Coalition

How to contact Alicia: Alicia is a podcast host and interviews - you guessed it - Leaders, Lawyers & Change Makers.

Chicago, IL, USA
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Hi, I'm Alison! A ghostwriter with over 10 years of experience, I've had 16 books published, including 2 Amazon bestsellers. I've written for names like Forbes Books, U.S. News & World Report, USA Today, and ABC News, among others.

I help creatives and innovators establish their authority as thought leaders. All it takes is a great story. My clients have ranged from social media mavens to professional stylists and beyond. They use their books to build their brands, generate leads, attract new audiences, secure speaking engagements, and more. A book can also be adapted for a podcast, blog, course—there are many options.

I hold a Bachelor's in English from McGill University, a Master's in Comparative Literature from the Freie Uni in Berlin, and a Professional Writing Certificate from Georgetown University.

Vienna, Austria

Amanda is certified professional ghostwriter with over a decade of publishing experience. In 2015, she earned a Ph.D. in Communication with a focus on rhetoric of race, gender, class, and media. She has won numerous commendations for her writing, including awards from the National Communication Association and the American Library Association. Her writing is known for being engaging and accessible while communicating a sense of passion to readers.

Amanda is DAS’s primary ghostwriter. In this role, she aims to represent clients’ unique voices, approaching this work with curiosity, empathy, and enthusiasm. She has spent years honing her ability to listen to others’ stories and mold them into engaging literary works that grab the attention of publishers and readers alike.

Additionally, Amanda has over a decade of experience coaching beginning, intermediate, and advanced writers. She offers a book proposal coaching program as well as general coaching in memoir, nonfiction, and dissertation/thesis writing.

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Topeka, KS
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Howdy, folks! I am a Dallas-based freelance writer and ghostwriter.

A bit about me: I graduated with a BA from Rice University with honors. Then, I earned my Master of Library and Information Science, where I learned how to conduct thorough research. I was an academic librarian for several years before I transitioned to freelancing full time. What sets me apart from other ghostwriters is my research capabilities and ability to ask deep, meaningful questions that allow you to form your core message to readers.

In addition, I have written over fifteen fiction and nonfiction books, and my previous clients include film producers, doctors, and a USA Today Bestselling Author. These projects taught me how to describe facts as a compulsively readable narrative. (If you need someone who can raise a reader’s heart rate, what better person than someone who has written thrillers?)

My articles have been printed features in Texas Highways, Texas Co-op Power, Texas Parks and Wildlife, The Texas Observer, Swimmer Magazine, and many others.

Check out my stellar client reviews:

"Fast and very to the point! Ariel helped me complete my new best seller, "WHO AM I" The Chad Gaines Story. They are now, turning my book into a movie based on my life story. Ariel took the time to ask the right questions and details of my life story. I would highly recommend her to anyone." --Chad Gaines, Ten Outstanding Young Americans (TOYA) Award Recipient 

"I had a wonderful experience working with Ariel. She is a talented writer. She is communicative, pleasant, meets deadlines, and produces a fantastic product. I highly recommend Ariel and would love to work with her again."--Jeri White, USA Today Bestselling Author

"She was an absolute delight to work with. She met deadlines and was an extremely talented writer. I would definitely recommend working with her on projects. She’s also a very pleasant and honest and fair person. I had a great experience working with Ariel."--Jeff Rivera, Collective 5 Entertainment

If you're reading to take the next step, book an initial consultation with me:

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Dallas, TX
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Art is an a full time freelance ghostwriter, author, conceptual/developmental editor, and publishing industry consultant specializing in nonfiction personal and business memoir and biography, as well as fiction and nonfiction novel. In a word, Art specializes in storytelling. He has ghostwritten or developmentally edited more than 30 books over the past 10 years, as well as editing articles in art, law, and psychology.

After 30 years in scholarly and academic publishing, Art left “corporate” in pursuit of his true passion for writing, ghostwriting, and conceptual editorial development. As Editorial Production Director for the world’s premier publisher of psychology and the behavioral sciences, he has edited for publication literally hundreds of monographs, textbooks, and journal articles in psychology, education, literacy and curriculum studies, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, communication, and rhetoric; topic areas in which he remains highly conversant. It was a vibrant atmosphere in which there was something new to be learned every single day!

Highly versatile with respect to writing style, Art brings a highly collaborative and compassionate partnership approach to the author-ghostwriter relationship (your story matters!), and has demonstrated a unique capacity for becoming the voice, heart, and soul of the author, in precisely the way an Oscar-winning actor becomes the role. He is the author of Nine Reasons Why You Need a Great Editor for Your Book.

You may learn more about Art’s background at his website; or contact him at

Art studied Philosophy at St. Bonaventure University and NYU. His interests are in people and the great stories they have to tell.

Located In: Newton, New Jersey

Specialties: Nonfiction business and life memoirs, ghosting autobiography – bringing historical nonfiction alive with rich contextual content. “You sing the solo, I’ll provide the orchestra.” Fiction and nonfiction novel – providing a hybrid of conceptual editing and ghostwriting with diabolically imaginative story and character development.

Years of Experience: Editing 30+; ghostwriting 10 years

Memberships: Association of Ghostwriters; Kevin Anderson & Associates

Book Credits: Digital Context 2.0: Seven lessons in business strategy, consumer behavior, and the Internet of Things; 1825 Days of Hell: One man’s journey through the American Parole System; Branding Yourself After Age 50: Creating brand strategy for your life; Media Planning & Buying in the 21st Century; High Tech, High Touch Customer Service: Inspire timeless loyalty in the demanding new world of social commerce; United Spectrum: The unity and division of man and nature; and The Book of Zev (novel), Winner, 2017 Independent Press Award for Best Political Thriller.



Art is currently the featured writer on our Member Spotlight

Newton, New Jersey
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Over the past fifteen years, Bobby Crace has worked on projects that range from commercial and literary fiction to narrative and prescriptive nonfiction. His fiction solidified while studying under best-selling authors Paul Harding, Brit Bennett, and Amy Hempel. He teaches undergrad where he learned his greatest skill as a ghostwriter and editor: how to guide a person to their best work without appropriating their story to his vision. You can find links to his published fiction on his website

Bobby’s most notable work of prescriptive nonfiction work renders leadership principles from the behavioral study of values. His works in this area include Authentic Excellence: Flourishing & Resilience in a Relentless World published in 2019 by Routledge Taylor & Francis Group and Authentic Excellence for Organizations published in 2023.

Creative Nonfiction is another form Bobby Crace teaches and writes. You can find his more experimental CNF in literary journals like Mayday Magazine and Moonlighting by Lit Pub while his narrative nonfiction centers around members of the service industry, sports arena, and this past election cycle, policy platforms for several political candidates.

Understanding a person’s Why is key. Why is a person motivated to do what they do? Why of all the stories in the world do readers need to know this story? Once Bobby knows the Why, he can dive into that person’s voice and translate their meaning into story.

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New York, NY

Brunella Costagliola is a ghostwriter, editor, speaker, freelance journalist, and author. She has ghostwritten books that have been published by some of the most prominent and successful publishing companies in the country, such as HarperCollins, and have won prestigious awards, including Nonfiction Authors Association Gold Medeal. Her clients include high-ranking military leaders, US House of Representative members, highly decorated CIA officers, celebrities, and everyday heroes and heroines. She has written articles for military-related magazines and newspapers. Brunella specializes in memoir, self-help/personal-growth, leadership, and historical fiction. She approaches every project with a profound sense of commitment and dedication and is eager to help clients discover and fulfil their book’s full potential. Her clients benefit from her ability to keep her finger on the pulse of the publishing industry, its many needs, requirements, and latest trends. Always striving to exceed readers’ expectations, Brunella is especially passionate about bringing to light marginalized and diverse voices or stories that have been lost in history amnesia. Brunella is the author of the award-winning, best-selling, and critically acclaimed children's book series, "A Stroke of Magic". She is the owner of The Military Editor® Agency, LLC. Her uncontrollable and constant need to travel derives from her childhood, which she spent travelling the world on a cruise ship thanks to her father, who was the commander. She was born and raised in Bacoli, a small coastal town in southern Italy and, when she wasn’t sailing the seven seas, her childhood playground was made of what was left of the marble-floored villas, mosaic-decorated baths, and temples left behind by Roman emperors. Mother to two children and proud military spouse, she was named the 2020 Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the Year on the base level. Brunella is the proud citizen of her two favorite countries: USA and Italy.


As ghostwriter, editor, or project manager, I’ve worked on 90 long-form projects, from keyword-targeted eBooks to painstakingly crafted best-sellers with high-profile authors.

What keeps me coming back is my passion for telling amazing stories. I believe in the value of legacy enshrined in durable works to last generations. As your writer, I will hear your message and conform it faithfully to the written word.


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Ventura, California

My professional and academic careers have led me to helping people tell their stories, especially as relates to crisis, collaborating with them to tell stories about adversity overcome and lessons learned. The root of all my writing has been telling stories of how people made viable their lives' purpose in the face of constant change. I've helped them make sense of their experiences and then craft those accounts in a way that can assist others. ​In over 30 years of writing and editing, whether they are top executives, workers on the front lines, your nextdoor neighbor, scholars, or the person who delivers the mail to you every day, I have helped each tell their stories.

Helping people tell their stories in long-form formats is my passion; I enjoy discerning an author's voice and helping them put their accounts down in book-length form.

I am a professor of public relations at CU-Boulder, in my 17th year in academe.  Previously, I had 15 years experience in professional public relations.

Specialties: Business, Crisis and Risk Management, Resilience and Trauma, Public Relations and Journalism
Years of Experience: 30+
Memberships: Arthur W. Page Society, the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), the Public Relations Society of America
Honors: Two-time finalist (2014, 2018) for the Tankard Book Award (AEJMC)

Ghostwritten Books: The Secret Source: An Insider's Secrets to Sourcing and Manufacturing Products (2022), The Girl Within: Healing a Broken Heart (2021), Divorce Storm: A Father's Story of Grit in Dealing with His Darkest Days of a Custody Battle (2021); Mr. Lee's Publicity Book: A Citizen's Guide to Public Relations (2017).

Books Authored: Communicating Climate Change: Making Environmental Messaging Accessible (2022), The Global Foundations of Public Relations: Humanism, China and the West (2022), Cases in Public Relations Strategy (2019), Public Relations and the Corporate Persona (2017), Crisis Communication and Crisis Management: An Ethical Approach (2017), and several others. See my personal website for more information.

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Denver area
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Nonfiction book collaborations, including New York Times best sellers THE WINNER WITHIN: A LIFE PLAN FOR TEAM PLAYERS (#15 BEST SELLING NONFICTION BOOK OF 1993); and SHOW TIME: INSIDE THE LAKERS’ BREAKTHROUGH SEASON (11 weeks in top 10, peak position #7), with NBA coach Pat Riley; as well as HAVE MERCY!: CONFESSIONS OF THE ORIGINAL ROCK ‘N’ ROLL ANIMAL w/ Wolfman Jack; TRUE THAI: THE MODERN ART OF THAI COOKING w/ Theresa Volpe Laursen and Victor Sodsook, (nominated for 1996 James Beard Foundation Award; and THE PORTABLE COACH w/ Thomas J. Leonard for Scribner (August ‘98); MULTIPLE GENIUS: THE AMAZING JOURNEY AND GREAT CONTRIBUTIONS OF DR. ALFRED H. KEIL, w/Dean Horn (M.I.T. Press, 2000); FROM BANGKOK TO BALI IN 30 MINUTES w/Theresa Volpe Laursen (Harvard Common Press, 2003); San Francisco Chronicle best seller THE NEURO REVOLUTION: HOW BRAIN SCIENCE IS CHANGING OUR WORLD, w/ Zack Lynch (St. Martin's Press, 2009) SIG, a memoir for Santa Barbara inventor and businessman Sig Wathne. (2014) It won a silver medal in the 2015 Beverly Hills Book Club competition.

Additionally: Grant writing with emphasis on education, health care, at-risk youth. CD-ROM scripts for Time-Warner, speeches for business leaders, including B.E.T. co-founder Sheila Johnson, pamphlet for Los Angeles Olympic Festival, many other advertising and promotional pieces. Other activities: lecture/performances on American Roots Music, entitled HOW TO GET THE BLUES: DIGGING AMERICA’S DEEPEST MUSIC.

1979-1985: Music Editor, then Editor-in-Chief for Alan Weston Communications, a Los Angeles publisher of magazines for college students. Also Director of Corporate Communications, responsible for ad copy, promotional and collateral materials, etc. Won 1985 “Maggie Award” (Western Association of Magazine Publishers) for best magazine in class. Freelance for Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, Rolling Stone, California Business, and other national and local publications.

1975-1978: Freelance for Willamette Week, Oregon Magazine, the Eugene Register Guard, The Music Gig, Music Notes of the Northwest, others.

Education: BS General Social Sciences, University of Oregon, emphasis on History, minors in English and Journalism. One year graduate study, English.

Excerpts from personal recommendations

"It was vital to the success of our projects that Byron take on great responsibilities so I could stay focused on my core concerns. He did this with tremendous dedication and follow-through. A strong asset to any team or organization that has use for his skills."

Pat Riley President, The Miami Heat

"As a writer, Byron Laursen is gifted in finding the right tone and style for a subject and transporting the reader into the material like few writers I've ever worked with or read. He brings to his work a high standard of professionalism, productivity, and clarity."

Dr. Beebe Bahrami, Ph.D. Editor in Chief,

Expedition Magazine University of Pennsylvania

Excerpts from book reviews

“Like a literary lion in GQ clothes.” Kirkus Reviews

“...a white-hot rock & roll epic that draws on elements of “The Buddy Holly Story,” “The Wild Bunch,” and “Barbarians at the Gate.” Los Angeles Times

“Reads like a collaboration between Mark Twain and Sergio Leone. ...a droll, infectiously enthusiastic raconteur...”

Kirkus Reviews

“...records the vicissitudes of a life in pop music with gusto and soul.”

New York Times

“Rock music fans will find inspiration.”

Publishers Weekly

“Full of extraordinary showbiz tales, the book is a wide-open door into the heart and soul of the most interesting and lovable rock & roll animal on the planet.” (Rating: A)

Entertainment Weekly

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Santa Ynez, CA
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Hi authors!

Are you looking for a big finance, business, leadership or entrepreneurship dork? That's me!

I've been writing business books for about 15 years, and was a staff business journalist for 12 years. Most recently, I've had two of my authors' books become Amazon bestsellers–check out Retirement Money Secrets and Twelve Skills: The guide to becoming a stronger leader and accelerating your career on Amazon for examples of my work.

My extensive reporting experience for Entrepreneur and Forbes inform my business book writing. I have two traditional print titles, one ghostwritten (How They Started: How 30 Good Ideas Became Great Businesses) and one bylined (The Pocket Small Business Owner's Guide to Starting Your Business on a Shoestring). I also wrote a 100-page bylined ebook for a Shopify company, Crowdfunding for Entrepreneurs.

My secret sauce? I've been an entrepreneur myself–I built and sold an online platform that helps freelance writers earn more, Freelance Writers Den (founded 2012). So I get the stresses of making payroll and fixing planes while flying them. I wrote more than a dozen ebooks as lead-generation pieces that helped build that business–so I also do some book-marketing consulting on what works and doesn't. Since selling my biz in '20, I've ghostwritten 10 titles.

Thinking of a memoir (or one that also unpacks business lessons)? I just ghostwrote my first one, loved it, and can't wait to do more.

Curious how the ghostwriter-author relationship works? Grab a free copy of my ebook How to Hire a Book Ghostwriter.

Then, if you'd like to hop on a Zoom and see if we're a fit to work together, email me at and let's set up a time.

May your book become a reality and change the world for the better --


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Carolyn amplifies the impact of the worldshakers and changemakers who have a message and need a book to get heard. During her 15+ years in the publishing industry, she has worked on everything from how-to to memoir to TMI. Business allegories are all very well (and she’s written her share of those), but she finds the greatest joy in building the books that change lives, solve big problems, and make the world a little better.

In addition to her work as a ghostwriter, Carolyn serves as a developmental editor and publishing industry consultant for those who need guidance to get from manuscript to published masterpiece.

If you are a Badass, a Problem-solver, a Do-Gooder, a Philanthropist, a Superhero, or a Prodigy, she wants to help you share your story.

For more information on Carolyn’s services and rates, testimonials, and the tale of how she escaped the Ivory Tower and found a new life as a wandering ghost, visit her website at: 

For interviews, podcast appearances, and more samples, go to LinkTree:

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Santa Fe, NM
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What's Stopping You From Finishing Your Book? 


Take the Official Quiz from Author & Speaker, Ghostwriter, Author Coach, and Editor, Carrie Glenn, to find out...


How Likely You Are to Finish Your Book... Even If You Can't Write:


Get the insight you need to inspire getting your book to PUBLISH!




2                              8                              7/40

Amazon Bestsellers             26,000-60k-Word Books                    Self-Published        

(No, it's not NY Times,                            One full-length novel and                               Seven self-published,   

          but my authors and I                             one full RE Investing book                      40 book projects altogether!     

         are very proud. No Key                         Quick-read business, mindset                         Novels, shorter books,            

word stuffing. No random                         self-help, marketing, and                                  PDF freebies and        

    categories.)                                                teen mindset.                                              product add-ons.



Plus, scripts, speeches, lesson plans...


Take the Quiz HERE:


And a few creds:

  1. ESSAY: "Sound the Rebel Yell: Stopping the Big Take in Jason Reynolds’ 'The African-American Special'” used by Dr. Janet Sylvester, Harvard Extension Professor as an example of an excellent essay (yeah, I know ).
  2. Entering the Harvard Extension Creative Writing Program.
  3. Written and produced a full-length thriller play with solid "loved it" or "hated it" reviews (the topic was provocative).
  4. 8 Years’ experience working with 40 authors to pen their stories...from quick freebies to full-length novels and business books...and everything in between. I've also worked with dozens more editing, critiquing, and helping to develop their books.


How likely are you to get your book published? Take the Quiz to find out:


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Charles Daly is the co-author of Make Peace or Die: A Life of Service, Leadership, and Nightmares, which was featured on Jocko Podcast. He is the ghostwriter behind Privy's The Ecommerce Marketing Handbook.  

He has worked as a developmental editor on bestselling military memoirs including From Lawyer to Warrior and Civil: Life After the Foreign Legion. His work has appeared in The Boston GlobeWe are the Mighty, Kōkatat, and Thought Catalog. He lives in a cottage on the west coast of Ireland with his wife, a Swiss crime novelist, and their cat, Serge.

“This is the kind of book I love—a true-life memoir of a man who lived (and is still living) a multi-dimensional life of war, love, family, and service … and who writes about it like a bandit.”

- Steven Pressfield, bestselling author of The War of Art and Gates of Fire on Make Peace or Die


Do you have a great story?
Have you been told you should write a book?
Do you want to position yourself as an expert in your field?

Send me a brief description of your project, and I’ll let you know if I can help (and point you in the right direction if I can’t).


Tell me your story. I’ll put it on the page and capture your voice.

You write the book, I edit it. Get fresh eyes on your work and feedback to make it better.

We develop an outline and project roadmap. I support you through the writing process.


Before we start writing, we develop a roadmap for the project and an outline for the book.
We’ll also talk about audience, positioning, and your goals as an author.
You can use this information to start looking for publishers.
If you’re going the traditional publishing route, I’ll help you create a book proposal.

This is the fun part! Once we have our chapter outline, it’s time to sit down and record the interviews that will become the content of your book.
Then, I brew some coffee and start crafting your first draft!
Using our interviews, I develop a writing style that captures your authentic voice.
When the first 25 pages are ready, I’ll send them to you to make sure we’re on the same page (pun intended). You can use these pages as part of your book proposal.
After a few dozen more coffees, your first draft is ready.

STEP 3: DRAFTS 2 & 3
In drafts 2 & 3, we use the raw material from draft 1 to craft your book with the magic of editing.
Then it’s time to prepare for publication!


Start your book project with a writing plan you can believe in. I offer outlining and feedback sessions to help you refine your book idea and generate an outline and project roadmap.  Book a Project Pathfinding session here


Clients have told me I excel at the aspects of writing and editing that can't be taught. I catch details others miss, and I have an ear for capturing original voices. Having worked with survivors and veterans, I have experience supporting authors with difficult and painful stories to tell.


Send me a brief description of your project here


I also do thought leadership ghostwriting for select B2B clients and founders. 

Cape Cod, MA/ Ireland

Charlotte found her calling at age eight when a teacher labeled her a born writer, then misplaced it upon motherhood. As a journalist, she reported facts vs. fake news. At thirty-eight, she shredded the dystopian novel she wrote when she was still wide-eyed. After stints in marketing and financial planning, she rediscovered her gusto ghostwriting for the time-deprived and collaborating with authors whose flow hit a log jam. Her addiction to words that inspire, empower, enlighten, and entertain is eclipsed only by her passion for precipitous canyons and the magic of tide pools. Meares, aka Lisette Moss, blossoms in the desert Southwest with her long-time photographer partner and their two agile Aussies.

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Tucson, Arizona
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Chet is a Chicago-based author, entrepreneur, musician, and ghostwriter. He ghostwrites for a variety of clients, including business thought leaders, influencers, Hollywood personalities, and people in the entertainment industry. His clients have appeared in print and on-screen in places like the New York Times, ESPN, Netflix, Bravo, INC, Forbes, Mixergy, Huffington Post, Variety, and CBS. His creative strengths include ghostwritten creative nonfiction books, book proposals, feature-length screenplays, long-form ghost blogging, keynote speeches, and copywriting. Chet is a classically trained creative nonfiction writer. He is a magna cum laude graduate of Wabash College where he received a full-ride academic scholarship to study Creative Writing and Philosophy. During his undergraduate degree, he studied the art of Creative Nonfiction abroad at the University of Oxford at St. Catherine’s College. Additionally, Chet spent time as a script consultant for a production studio in Hollywood, while studying Creative Production and Screenwriting at UCLA. As a ghostwriter, he’s had the thrill and pleasure of shape-shifting into the following roles: a celebrated southern California real estate tycoon, a former politician sharing the effects of the modern political machine, a digital marketing maverick who transforms average business owners into celebrities, a female serial entrepreneur whose built enough 7-figure businesses to count on two hands, a promising Hollywood star turned recovering crystal meth addict, a NYC nightclub owner with more tattoos than a tiger has stripes, and the list continues to grow year after year. Ghostwriting is all about collaboration. It is a deeply personal, bespoke service crafted for you to express yourself as elegantly as possible. Chet works alongside you to help showcase your story and spotlight your experience, ideas, and expertise. As a seasoned ghostwriter, he helps his clients to express themselves using the magic of the written word to help them transcend their previous limitations as writers. From pithy to witty and satirically sardonic, he has what it takes to craft a compelling narrative in a variety of authorial voices. Whether you are a first-time author, a CEO, or a career professional looking to get an edge in your industry, Chet can help to bring more clarity to your work and refine your message before sharing your mission with the world. Location: Chicago, IL Specialties: Chet specializes in the following genres: creative nonfiction, memoir, true stories, biographies, autobiographies, business thought leadership, “bizoir,” spirituality, Hollywood confessionals, self-help/therapy, non-fiction book proposals for traditional publishing deals, and feature-length screenplays. How to contact Chet: Website: Email:

Chicago, IL
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An experienced print, digital, and television journalist, Clare Nolan is known as a creator of award-winning projects and a media strategist. Since earning an M.B.A. in 2018, she now specializes in business writing and enjoys collaborating with experts on innovation, leadership, change management, digital transformation, technology, economics, finance, talent development, D.E.I., and the future of work.

Previously, Clare enjoyed a 25-year-long career as a documentary film journalist, writing and producing more than 65 films for prominent broadcasters including CBS News, Discovery, and National Geographic, where she was a staff writer and producer for many years. Traveling the globe to tackle topics ranging from architecture, history, and public policy to the wonders of the natural world, Clare worked with renowned scientists, astronauts, and veterans, and became known for her emotional storytelling. Her collaborators include Dr. Robert Ballard, the undersea explorer who found the wreck of the Titanic, the Apollo astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins, William Anders, and Charlie Duke, the former Senator and the 2008 Republican nominee for President, John S. McCain, and the 1992 Vice Presidential candidate James Stockdale.

Clare is the co-author with artist Steve Maloney of the art book/memoir, Take Me Home Huey: Honoring American Heroes Through Art. Take Me Home Huey is the moving story of Maloney's mission to honor Vietnam veterans by transforming a shattered medevac helicopter that was shot down on Valentine's Day 1969, into a sculptural memorial to honor those who served. The book documents, through stunning photographs and Maloney's narrative, how the artwork evolved from a wish to honor Vietnam service members into a touchstone for solace and connection among veterans, including some with PTSD.

Her international experience spans 25 countries including China and India.

New York City, New York

I am a medical, health and wellness ghostwriter and part-time health coach. I have been writing professionally for 14 years and researching and writing about medicine for nearly two decades. I delight in helping doctors and other wellness professionals to fulfill their dream of sharing their work and expertise with the world through the written word.

My portfolio includes 19 health and wellness-related books, 8 of which I ghostwrote and the remainder of which I either authored or co-authored.  Topics I have written about include: integrative medical solutions for cancer, Lyme disease, environmental illness, chronic fatigue, depression, anxiety, and insomnia; as well as nutrition and spiritual wellness. In addition, I recently self-published a personal memoir entitled, Encounters with My Beloved in Heaven in honor of my late husband who passed away in 2020.

One of my ghostwritten books was published by a large trade publisher (Da Capo Lifelong Books), while most of the others were published by small or independent presses. Two of my recent ghostwritten books, including The Cancer Revolution and Hope for Cancer: 7 Principles to Remove Fear and Empower your Healing Journey have received five-star ratings on Amazon, while my own recent books, such as  New Paradigms in Lyme Disease Treatment have averaged 4.5-star ratings.

My writing experience also includes a position as former Editor of the Alternative Cancer Research Institute (ACRI) (2011-2018) and Pro Health's Lyme disease website (2016-2019), where I regularly contributed original research and wrote articles on cancer and Lyme disease. I also hosted monthly podcasts for ACRI, in which I interviewed a total of over 100 integrative/holistic cancer doctors.

Over the years, I have also edited several medical books for BioMed Publishing Group.

Prior to writing professionally, I authored a number of short travel narratives in which I shared about my cultural experiences in over 50 nations worldwide. I also wrote a Christian fiction novel which garnered the attention of a large Christian publisher (River Oak) but which ultimately, I did not publish.

My passion is to help others to be healed and whole: in spirit, soul and body, by sharing the work of brilliant medical professionals, health gurus and evangelical Christian thought leaders through books, blogs, articles and other media.



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Centennial, Colorado

I’m Cornelia Protchett Amiri, here to guide you on your journey to a published fiction author. I offer 22 years of proven, professional experience with over 40 published works to my name. I’ll work with you to transform your ideas into captivating novels whether you want to author an alluring romance, an enchanting fantasy, a laugh-out-loud comedy, or an adventurous, dramatic, or family-based historical fiction novel.

As a seasoned writer in the world of traditional and indie publishing, I’ve authored my own novels and ghostwritten ten books, infusing life into others’ dreams. 

My service includes meticulously crafted revisions, help in navigating the seas of the literary world—experienced advice and guidance for submitting to agents or self-publishing, and a finished manuscript proudly bearing your name, ready to charm publishers, agents, or multitudes of spirited and loyal readers of indie genre fiction.

If you are indie publishing, I can offer all services needed to get your eBook on line with all major distributors and your print book in your hand and distributed through Amazon, Ingram Sparks, and Draft2Digital. 

Turn the page to your next adventure, let’s converse. Connect with me, at or 832-588-1970. Your story awaits. 

Memberships: Association of Ghostwriters How to reach Cornelia: For more information, reach out to me at or my website Her Amazon Author Page: Her Books:

  • Hostage
  • Moonless Night
  • Rare Finds
  • Love AI Style Series:
    • Code of Love
    • Code of Misconduct
    • Code Name Love
  • Druidry and the Beast Series:
    • The Wolf and the Druidess
    • The Dragon and the Druidess
    • The Bear and the Druidess
    • The Lynx and the Druidess
  • Dancing Vampire Series:
    • Dance of the Vampires
    • Vampire Highland Fling
    • A BonnieVampire Dancer
    • Vampire Waltz
    • Vampire Valkyrie Sword Dancing
    • Some Vampires ShimmyPeace Love Music
  • Back To The One I Love
  • Pendragon's Obsession
  • Starry Conquest
  • Brass Octopus
  • To Love A London Ghost
  • Timeless As Magic
  • Timeless As Stone
  • Timeless Voyage
  • I Love You More
  • Moon Goddess Wife
  • Queen of Kings
  • A Fine Cauldron of Fish
  • The Warrior and the Druidess
  • Druids In the Mist
  • Hostage
  • The Scottish Selkie
  • The Celtic Vixen
  • The Celtic Fox
  • The Ghost Lights of Marfa
  • Reach
  • Forged of Bronze and Iron: The High Kings
  • A Boomer Chick's Bingo Card: A Year Of Covid-19 and Other Changes
  • Need Fire
  • Cogs and Kismet
  • Swords and Roses
  • Druid Hearts
  • Kismet On Wings
  • Rare Finds
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Houston, TX
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Hi, there! I’m Cyn, ghostwriter, writing coach, and fiction fanatic.

My entire business is making up stories. It’s what I live for, what I think about 24/7, and what wakes me up every morning, excited to get to work! In short, I LOVE WRITING NOVELS!

Since 2009, I've released 11 YA novels with major publishers (Random House, Harlequin, and Sourcebooks), and I've ghostwritten over 100 of them, in all genres, for both children and adults.

Ghostwriting with me is a unique experience. I believe that writing a novel should be fun and creative, so I don’t take myself too seriously. I do, however, take the process and deadlines VERY seriously, working toward one ultimate goal: Making your book the absolute best it can possibly be. I want our collaboration to put you at ease. I know that not every writer needs the same, cookie-cutter approach, so I’m flexible and fun to work with, and never too busy to answer your questions. I also specialize in achieving YOUR voice, making this book unique yours. I’ll work with you at every stage of the process to make creating your vision as enjoyable as possible! I take on only 1-2 projects a month, and I only accept if I think I can do your work and your vision justice. That's what I strive to do every day-- to give my clients exactly what they want, when they need it. Contact me today to see how we can create something amazing together.

Location: Philadelphia, PA  Specialties:

  • Fiction of all genres, for all ages, including:
  • Children's Books
  • Chapter Books
  • Mid-grade Books
  • Young Adult Novels
  • Thriller/Suspense
  • Fantasy (High/Urban/Paranormal)
  • Mystery
  • Historical
  • Women's Fiction
  • Romance

Years of Experience: 15


  • RWA


  • FAIRY TALE (2009, Delacorte)
  • SLEEPLESS (2010, Delacorte)
  • STARSTRUCK (2011, Delacorte
  • TOUCHED (2012, Delacorte)
  • DEAD RIVER (2013, Delacorte)
  • DROWNED (2014, Harlequin TEEN)
  • UNNATURAL DEEDS (2016, Sourcebooks)
  • ALONE (2017, Sourcebooks)
  • THAT NIGHT (2019, Sourcebooks)
  • YOU WON'T BELIEVE ME (2023, Sourcebooks)

Anthology Contributions:

  • DEAR BULLY (Harper Collins)
  • LIFE INSIDE MY MIND (Simon & Schuster)

How to contact Cyn: For a free consultation, contact me at or visit my website at

Philadelphia, PA