Course curriculum

  1. 1
    • Intro

  2. 2
    • 1.1: Who is your ideal client?

    • 1.2: Interview Red-Flags

  3. 3
    • 2.1: Setting The Price

    • 2.2: Pricing and Delivery Expectations

  4. 4
    • 3.1: Choosing Your Recording Style

    • 3.2: Recording Schedule

    • 3.3: Fact Checking

  5. 5
    • Choose the Genre

    • Style and Flow

  6. 6
    • The 10-page check-in rule!

    • Giving your client clarity about the voice in the book!

  7. 7
    • Writing Timeline

    • Balance before delivery!

    • Changes and correction period

  8. 8
    • Pros and Cons

    • Boutique publishing?

    • Setting expectations!

    • Marketing help

Are you ready to become a ghostwriter?

Ghostwriting can be a career!

Do you enjoy writing? Is helping people high on your to-do list? Are you good with one-on-one conversations? Can you type well? Is it easier to write for someone else than it is for yourself? If you answered YES to most of those questions, ghostwriting might be for you! I started ghostwriting at the age of 23. Actually, I started in grade school when I charged $5 to write love letters for my friends to give their girlfriends. After I realized that most people struggle with putting their thoughts on paper I decided to fill a void in the marketplace. The first book I wrote was for a former NFL player. I did it for free. The next book I charged $1,500. Then $5,000 for a WNBA Champion, and then $10,000 for Olympic Gold Medalists, NFL Champions, and countless others. Ghostwriting is real, but it's a very niche market. Not many people know about it, but it's a dream job for a lot of passionate writers and storytellers. The writers who write books for major publishers earn 6-7 figures, and some earn lifetime royalties as well. The earning potential is endless, but you have to create the plan that works for you and build from the ground up. Even if you ghostwrite one book a year, it's extra income, more experience, and one client leads to another. It's not about being a perfect writer. A great editor will help you fine tune the book. If you can convey the message without losing the reader, you have what it takes. Most people just want to get a book out, and aren't too picky about it. A book is a lead-generating tool for business professionals, and it's a legacy builder for others. There are many reasons people want to become an author, and in this course you'll learn how to identify those reasons and deliver a book that will last a lifetime. If you enjoy helping others, and you like to write, ghostwriting is for you. This is a great way to add another stream of income while using your gift. I look forward to seeing you in the course to hear my story and how I built a successful ghostwriting business, and I'll also share why after over a decade I'm passing the torch to you. See you inside!