Entertainment Project Management Marketing/Branding/Agent Access

Yes, I’m a Ghostwriter and Editor, but I have an additional skills that can help you. I am also a skilled Marketer, Promoter, and Entertainment Project Manager with agent access.

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Once I have ghostwritten your book, then what? Most clients do not have a clue about how to get their books published or marketed. For nonfiction books, you need a book proposal, query letter, marketing analyses, synopsis and promotional/branding plan. Fortunately for you, I am skilled in all of these areas and can write an outstanding book proposal and marketing plan for you. My proposals get the attention of top literary agents and publishers. Many of my book proposals have won six-figure advances for my clients. And I do have contacts with top NY, U.K., and Hollywood literary agents and publishers.

Could your book be turned into a movie? Several of the books I have ghosted are being turned into Hollywood and Indie films. So, after I help you find the correct agent and publisher for your book, the next step is exploring entertainment companies and movie studios. I can write your screenplay and then find the right entertainment company for you whether it’s Warner Brothers Entertainment Group, Summit Studios, Sony Pictures or an independent movie production house.

Screen Shot 2013-06-16 at 7.28.09 PMAs an Entertainment Project Manager, I can spearhead all of the additional projects needed to launch a cross-platform branding, marketing and promotional campaign to make your book a bestseller and possibly, a movie. These additional projects can include digital media, television, motion pictures, animation, interactive entertainment (games), graphic novels and more. I’ll also help you build a presence through Social Media including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinedIn, StumbleUpon and more.

I will coach you and provide assistance throughout the entire publishing process. I am just a phone call away at 615-279-8144 to give you the support you need.


“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”

~Ralph Waldo Emerson

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