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Hello, I’m Christopher Richards, a business book ghostwriter. After 17 years of ghostwriting business books for business leaders, I’m now changing my offering to help you write your book in one of two ways.

Option 1

Book planning: I can work with you to structure your thoughts into a coherent and comprehensive whole. The objective is a complete outline of every chapter in detail. This is your master plan for your whole book. Here is my six-part method for writing non-fiction business books: 1 plan, 2 organize, 3 collect, 4 draft, 5 edit, and 6 clean up.

Planning and organizing are essential first steps because not everyone has enough “relevant” content for a business book. It is better to find this out sooner than later. So what to do? There are a number of choices. Perhaps you want to write something in the style of the Harvard Business Review 20-Minute Manager Series, a short e-book. Or, repurpose your content into some other medium. No matter what you do, your content must interest your readership. Albert Einstein said that everything should be as simple as possible, but no simpler. The same goes for business books. A business audience wants clarity. They want news they can use, something practical that they don’t yet know.

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Option 2

Hiring a skilled ghostwriter is your most effective option to manage all six steps. But finding the right one isn’t always easy. And competent business book ghostwriters often have a waiting list. What matters is a good fit between you the author and your business book ghostwriter. A bad business book hastily conceived is much worse that no book at all.

I’m no longer taking on full-length book engagements but please talk to me, because if your project seems a good fit, I can introduce you to a trusted colleague who will write your business book for you.

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