Professional Writing and Editing

August 30, 2012

Looking for a Ghostwriter?

Entrepreneurs and professionals know that the secret to success is to be viewed as an expert in their field. It brings with it many benefits: publicity, exposure, and most of all, customers and clients. The easiest way to establish that expert status is to write a book.

I know that’s easier said than done. After all, most entrepreneurs and professionals aren’t gifted writers–they’re skilled business people, doctors, attorneys, professors, coaches, consultants-you get the picture. Even if they are gifted in the written word, they’re often too busy to find time to formulate, organize, and compose an entire book. Therefore, they put it off until they aren’t so busy, but that day rarely comes.

The truth of the matter is you don’t become a guest on Oprah, The Today Show, Good Morning America, or other media outlets unless you have the credentials that give you credibility. The easiest way to get credibility is to write a book related to your expertise. Your book is your tool–your key–to becoming an expert and becoming the go-to resource in your specialty. When that happens, you can set your own price and your own terms, enjoy multiple streams of income, and attract even more publicity.

You may not be a writer or have the time to devote to writing a book. If that’s the case, isn’t it time to invest in the services of a ghostwriter who can do it for you? Why wait another day, while the competition is doing what you haven’t done?

If you are looking for a ghostwriter, I’ll be happy to discuss your project with you. I’ve ghosted books for entrepreneurs, keynote speakers, coaches, consultants, doctors, attorneys, actors, and even Olympic medalists. I’m a published author and ghostwriter, with a #2 business bestseller and a few dozen books completed. Plus, you’ll find that my rates are very reasonable. While some ghostwriters charge $10,000 or more, my rates are a small fraction of that price.

If you’ve been looking for a ghostwriter you can afford, contact me. I’m experienced, published, and ready to help you become the expert you need to be.

Patti McKenna

Pattimck6@gmail.com

Editing Accolades

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I was privileged to be hired as the editor for an inspiring anthology that included contributions from bestselling authors. It was an honor to work on Defining Moments of Courage with Novalena Betancourt, Dean Kosage, and Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul), as well as the individual co-authors who shared their challenges and triumphs to inspire others in this beautiful book.

After the editing process was complete, I was thrilled to receive notification that the book had been accepted for publication by Tech Press Publishing, which is owned by Sharon Lechter, co-author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad. A publisher has an amazing impact on a book’s success, and Tech Press couldn’t be a better fit for Novalena and the co-authors of Defining Moments.

How does a book attract the attention of major mainstream publishers? It begins with a quality product – one that’s written well and polished through the editing and proofreading process.  Choose an editor who has the experience and past successes to take your book to the highest level. Ask for verification of their work. (You can see my verification at Amazon’s Defining Moments link, “Look Inside” to the copyright page where I receive credit. The author was also kind enough to include my short bio, alongside the co-authors’ biographies.)

I welcome you to contact me if you are in need of an editor or a ghostwriter. Together, we can produce a quality book that attracts attention.

To learn more about Defining Moments of Courage or to purchase this inspirational book, visit http://www.DefiningMoments.com or go to Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Defining-Moments-Courage-Dean-Kosage/dp/0985448407/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top#reader_0985448407

 

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