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#1 national & WSJ bestseller
NYT bestselling series, million+ copies sold
NYT bestseller from producer’s of NBC’s The Office
WSJ and USA Today bestseller
Our consultants are available to discuss all aspects of your project with you, including planning, preparation, concept generation, organization, development, style, tone, writing, editing, formatting, publishing, and more!
Our consulting process is flexible and customizable to your needs and preferences. Consultation sessions generally take place by phone or video call, but can also include in-person meetings if necessary or just written feedback.
Once you’re happy with the content of your book, we can help you determine which publishing options work best for you and make your published book a reality!
Absolutely. In general, we strive for continuity when matching consultants with clients. It is also possible to have the same consultant on multiple projects, which helps to build positive working relationships and foster consistency within your body of writing. Of course, if for any reason you would prefer to work with a different consultant, we’re happy to assign a new one.
Will a Reviewer Implement the Changes They’ve Suggested, or Will I Have to Do It Myself?
It all depends on what review and consultation services you’ve ordered. We can provide you with comments and suggestions that you choose to implement yourself, or we can make the edits to the content for you. Our goal is to support you to produce the best possible content through customer service that exceeds your expectations.
Can You Help Me with the Publishing and Marketing for My Book?
We know that the publishing industry can be daunting, especially for first-time authors, so we offer consultation and comprehensive support for traditional, hybrid, and self-publishing outlets. Most of our all-inclusive ghostwriting packages include an original and customized query letter or book proposal free of charge. This invaluable marketing tool will be used to promote your book to literary agents and publishers. Not sure how to find a reputable literary agent? We’ve got you covered—we’ll provide you with a list of genre-appropriate agents to whom you can send your query letter or proposal!