Let's talk about your book
The one that’s been lodged in your soul like a sliver for a decade, and is starting to feel more urgent…
The one your friends and colleagues have been encouraging you to write for years…
The one your customers and audience have been asking for…
The one your agent or editor is starting to bug you about…
The one that — for whatever reason — isn’t getting written.
Whatever the reason you’re looking for a ghostwriter (or book coach), you’re in good company.
When I started getting inquiries about ghostwriting, I was honestly surprised at who they came from.
Why work with a ghostwriter?
- They didn’t have the time
- The book kept getting pushed down the priority list
- Spending long hours writing alone just didn’t spark joy
A collaborative process
Typically, once we nail down the book’s outline (you may have that already), we then schedule one or two 90-minute interviews a week.
(A typical book project lasts around 6 months from kickoff call to edited draft, with the interview phase lasting 6-8 weeks.)
For each call, I look over the outline and review any materials you might have on the topic (podcast interviews, blog posts, speeches, random notes). Then, I come up with a loose list of questions to guide our conversation.
More about my background
- Entrepreneurship, Startups, Founder Mentality, Small Business Ownership, Leadership
- Higher Education, Learning & Development, Corporate Training
- Psychology, Self-Improvement, Productivity
- Marketing, Sales, Growing a Business
- SaaS (particularly Cybersecurity, Edtech, Marketing Automation, and Business Intelligence)
Ready to talk?
Email me at jessie [at] jessiekwak.com and let’s chat.