81% of Americans want to write a book. Only a tiny fraction of those get written. Only a tiny, tiny fraction of those get published. Only a tiny, tiny, tiny fraction of those get read by more than a few dozen people.
- Lots of good books never get written.
- Lots of good books never sell.
- As an industry insider, I know why.
As your ghostwriter, I have one goal:To shape your book so it will fly off the shelves! So people you don’t even know will buy it.
Maybe your book is still just an idea in your head. Or a collection of social-media posts and blogs. A stash of back-of-the-napkin insights. An unfinished manuscript buried under your stack of to-do’s.
You keep telling yourself that someday you’ll settle down and write that book, find an agent, and get it published. But deep down you know that’s never going to happen…. In fact, you wouldn’t know where to begin.
Now imagine someone who can take your material and turn it into a marketable literary property—that’s right! Not just a good read, but something that can find its way into bookstores and people’s hands because it speaks to a real need among readers today.
A need that only you can fill.
Every book—and every author—is unique, so I tailor my services
to your needs. You’ll get the help your book deserves. Together, we’ll turn your dream into reality.
Whether you’ve had an unusual (or unusually successful!) career, found a great way to clean house or clean up the planet, raised kids your own way, saved lives or salvaged relationships, climbed to great heights or engineered serial failures, I can help tell your story. Or someone else’s: the grandmother who held a disparate family together, the gifted artist history overlooked, the person who changed your life forever.
HOW IT WORKS:
Ghostwriters are fast filling the gaps once occupied by agents, editors, and publishers: turning authors’ ideas into page turners. Think of me as your confidante, co-creator, writer behind the author (you!), editor, packager, and general marketing prepper. Full-service provider from conception to completion and beyond.
Lois Nesbitt, Ph.D.