I ghostwrite authority-building books for entrepreneurs, thought-leaders, speakers, and coaches.
Having worked in marketing and social media for 20 years, I understand business, just like you. I also have an uncanny knack for capturing your voice when I write on your behalf. One of my clients recently said: ‘My book sounds just like ME!’
The combination of my marketing expertise and writing skills prove to be a powerful combination when it comes to your book. I’ll make sure it achieves what it needs to for your business, basing it on the right strategy – the one that will skyrocket your reputation – and delivering transformational value to your readers. You can be sure it will leave its footprint on your industry.
Here is a selection of the books I have ghosted:
- Survival of the Smartest, SRA Books, October 2016
- HR: Disrupted, Practical Inspiration, January 2017
- Other books (too confidential to list) are on topics as diverse as business, phobias, and personal development.
If you want to understand my bottom-up philosophy on starting the book that turns you into a sought-after expert, my own book The Business Book Outline Builder explains all.
Here are a couple of recent testimonials from my many happy clients. More are available on my website.
‘Working with Ginny has been a fantastic experience. If you are looking for a ghostwriter who ‘gets’ your voice, shares your enthusiasm for your book, offers great professional expsertise and advice about the whole process, then Ginny is who you should contact.’ -Lucy Adams, HR consultant.
‘As a publisher, knowing we have a writer who will deliver great quality work, on time and within budget is a massive benefit, and Ginny has ticked all these boxes. However, it was Ginny’s author care that put the icing on the cake. From the start she listened carefully to my client, made her feel looked after, and ‘got’ her voice very quickly. Despite being penned 100% by Ginny, the resulting book reads throughout as if it had been written by our author.’ -Sue Richardson, publisher.
Visit my website: www.marketingtwentyone.co.uk
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