A few clients I've worked with


A lot of books suck. But yours doesn't have too.

You want to nail your book.

But you don't know what to do, where to start, or—worst case scenario—how to write a compelling sentence.

Actually, scratch that.

Worst case scenario is that you can't download Microsoft Word, your computer catches fire, and suddenly your ex-girlfriend starts egging your house.

Crafting books can be hard. But here's the thing: the process itself is simple.

You take a set of ideas, refine those ideas until your brain start melting, and then, bake in just enough marketing before it starts smelling like a sales letter. 

Easy to say, of course, but hard to do.

And that's where I can help.

Whether you have ideas and just need it written down (ghostwriting), you have a manuscript and need brutal feedback (editing), or you have a concept and have no idea how to land the goddamn plane, I can get you there.

I've been lucky enough to work with a few people (from #1 New York Times bestselling authors, to a few friends who just needed help). Sometimes I worked on something small, like a one-and-done marketing project (say, a Slideshare). Other times, I created full books from scratch. 

Either way, crafting and marketing your book should be fun (and oddly terrifying).

It should blend art and positioning without sacrificing both.

It should take vague ideas and get you obsessing about them so they get better (not worse).

And most of all, they should be true. True to reality, true to yourself, and above all, true to the reader. 

If you need something I can't deliver (let's say, you need a Spanish translation for your book on hot yoga), I'll let you know.

If you're interested, send me a quick note below and we can hop on a free call. We can work out price depending on the project. 

I don't bite (unless burgers are involved), and I'd love to see if it's a good fit. 

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