Christopher Richards

You’re a business leader/owner with significant experience. When you engage me as your business-book ghostwriter, you’re hiring a partner to help you structure and articulate your ideas the way you want them presented. My initial objective is to draw out your ideas, interrogate them, and organize the good ones into a coherent outline. In the first stages, I’ll be asking you many questions. But to help you now, please consider the questions below on this page. Author and ghostwriter will spend time together (virtually), so fit is key to a successful outcome. And that’s why setting up a time to talk is the first step.

I’ve extensive business experience and have been ghostwriting business books for almost two decades.

You can learn more about business book ghostwriting in the FAQ section.

Business book questions

What is the problem you want your book to solve?

Where are you in the creative process?

Do you have an almost finished manuscript, or do you want to kick ideas around and see if they make sense for a book?

Why should readers read your book?

Who are your readers?

What do you want them to do?

Who are not your readers?

How will you stress-test your ideas?

How will you know when the project is finished?

How will you determine the book’s value?

Realistically, how much time can you allocate to working with your writer?

As a client, you’ll have to read and respond to written sections of the book on a schedule.

If you’d like to know more, just ask.