You have a message you’re aching to communicate. Do you need a ghostwriter to help shape the manuscript? Or a good editor to fine tune and revise it? You’ve come to the right person. I have ghostwritten, revised or edited more than 90 books in my career and have more than 4,500 article bylines. You won’t find my name on any best-seller lists or the credits of any popular TV shows. But the point isn’t to boast about my name. I’m all about helping people to know yours. It’s what good ghostwriters and book editors do: stay in the background.
So what do authors whom I’ve helped say about my work? First-time author Eric Yuhasz, whose book releases in May of 2023, says: “Working with Ken was a fantastic experience! He was able to breathe life into my writing and actually make it feel like a book. Up to that point it was just words typed out on paper, but Ken made the words sing and dance.” Investment consultant Brian Catanella, whose two books I edited: “Ken is a true professional who works with care and is a tremendous resource to any author looking to hone their craft. He captures the essence of your writing while retaining your own unique personal voice.”
After I coauthored Winning the Food Fight—a book that followed the Emmy-award winning Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution on ABC—Pastor Steve Willis said, “Through his interviewing and research skills, Ken helped me shape the message of my book for a national audience. I am thankful for the ways he used his writing talent to assemble many of the real-life stories that will enlighten and inspire readers.”
I could go on, but you get the idea. A professional writer and editor can produce professional results. Everything starts with good writing—and editing—whether that is a letter to the editor, a short news story, or a 300-page memoir. Let me know if I can be of service.
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