Ghostwriting Services

Reasons to write a nonfiction book: establish your authority as a subject matter expert, promote your business or service, share your ideas as a thought leader. If you've got the content but need help with the writing, contact me today!


From initial planning to polished, publishable manuscript, I will write, shape, and refine your content with precision and vision.



The Process


Some clients only have an idea for a book. Others have created a rough draft or outline. Through telephone interviews, emails, and a collaborative writing and rewriting process, I will produce a manuscript that reflects your voice and vision. I do not attach my name to the finished manuscript unless requested.


Ghostwriter Rates


My upfront fee is $9,000. For books that are particularly short, or for which the client has already done quite a bit of the writing, the fee is negotiable. 


I am always available to clients to answer questions, address concerns, and brainstorm ideas. I often provide publishing and marketing advice to clients free of charge after delivering the final manuscript. 


Client Confidentiality


I provide my clients with the utmost confidentiality. I never share details of specific ghostwriting projects. However, samples of my writing are available upon request. 


What My Clients Have Said


"I really hope we can work together again. I will continue to thank you for the life of this book! I couldn't have done it without you."

--Author of #1 Best Seller (Internet)


"I want to take the opportunity to say thank you for your great help in making my book become a reality."

--Author of #1 Best Seller (Business Consulting) 


"We’re grateful for Jeffrey Miller, who helped us with our manuscript. We could not have developed this book without you." --Author of #1 Best Seller (College & Career)

To request ghostwriting services or for more information, send me an email at jeff @ (no spaces) and I will get back to you within two business days. Thanks! Find me on LinkedIn HERE!

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