Hello, I’m Christopher Richards, a veteran business book ghostwriter with almost two decades of specializing in ghostwriting business books for business leaders, entrepreneurs, and consultants.
You already know why your business book will be a wise investment for your organization. You know what you’re doing. You’re a business expert with significant business experience. But you don’t have time to focus on writing your business book.
Perhaps you want to tell your corporate history, communicate your vision for the future, address an unmet need, show your thinking in detail, or use the ghostwriter-author collaboration to lay the foundation for your next leap forward.
As a business book ghostwriter, my job is to make writing your book as easy, painless, and effective as possible. The collaborative ghostwriter-author relationship is flexible and confidential. You can write as much or as little as you choose. If you just want to talk, I’m happy to manage all of the writing. You can find more in the Q&A section about ghostwriting business books.
Effective business writing is aimed at a specific audience. It’s a good idea to write down your one-sentence purpose. Who will be the primary readers for your business book? Who do you want to influence? What value do you want to communicate? What do you want your readers to do after reading your book? And then there is the tough question: Why should readers read your business book? I know, it’s a blunt question, but one you need to answer.
You may not know all the answers to these questions in the beginning, but they form the basis of our initial discussions.
Many business books are still read decades after they are written. Your book is an investment, so think about the long-term value to you and your organization.
Completing your book requires continual attention, discipline, and time. You don’t have to go it alone. You have other things to do.
If I can help you, please contact me here, and thank you for visiting.