I spent years working on deadline in high-pressure situations, writing crisp, clean copy and relying on my interview and research skills to uncover the deeper story. And as a news editor, I became adept at capturing and preserving other people's voices. I rely on all of those skills as a book ghostwriter.
I've written or ghostwritten 20 books, taking projects from ideation and outlining to a completed draft. I rely on interviews, recordings, essays and research in my ghostwriting. I can write about pretty much any nonfiction topic, including leadership, business, sports, politics, tech, true crime, personal finance, addiction, safety, ethics, gender identity and disability inclusion.
My ghostwriting has helped my clients to build their speaking and media platforms, get their stories told, and inform, entertain and inspire others.
The first step to writing a book is getting the foundation and framework in place. What is your book about, and how will it help readers and impact their life?
Getting into a rhythm of meetings (cadence) and delivering fresh content (synchronicity) helps to keep projects on track.
Relying on conversations and other materials helps me keep the project in your voice and ensures that the writing sounds like you.
I have deep experience with both avenues and can help guide you forward in the publishing process, whichever path you choose.
“Drawing from almost a decade of interviews with Caminiti’s teammates and coaches, Good’s narrative is decidedly unsparing, but it offers crucial context to the ‘steroids era’ that led Caminiti to go public about his usage and to call out hypocrisy in a sport, where, he alleged, ‘at least half the guys [were] using.’ This is a must-read for baseball fans.” - Publishers Weekly starred review