Jennifer Locke is a ghostwriter who specializes in business books for entrepreneurs and thought leaders. Jennifer has been writing fiction since 2011, and she brings this fiction writer’s approach to her work with her clients. Jennifer has a special talent for finding the sweet spot between “head and heart:” she works in close collaboration with her clients to define their grand vision and dreams for the book, and then find a pragmatic route to bring that dream to fruition.
Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators
She earned a master’s degree in existential phenomenological therapeutic psychology from Seattle University and worked in the field of mental health and social services for over a decade. That experience pairs perfectly with her work writing, editing, and book coaching—these vocations are about helping people clarify their thinking, claim their narratives, and express themselves effectively. She is an author with Chronicle Books, W. W. Norton & Co., and Mountaineers Books, and I have done work for Weldon Owen, Amazon Publishing, Nat Geo Kids, Deloitte, and the City of Seattle. She loves to help those who want to self-publish, those who wish to pursue traditional publishing, and those who plan to keep their story for personal use.
11 years’ experience writing for MLB Hall of Fame athletes, Fortune 500 CEO’s, social justice leaders, and more over 15 books and countless articles. He specializes in telling stories that go beyond sports and helping to amplify the voices of leaders who are fighting for a better world.
Nonfiction that makes the world a better place. Finding humanity in sports stories and serving as a microphone for leaders fighting for change.
Having Master’s degrees in English and Education, he taught writing and literature at the University of New Orleans, St. Mary’s Dominican College, and Delgado Community College. During his years as a college instructor, he published short stories and poetry in literary journals, was editor of Gold Newsletter, and wrote promotional literature for Tulane University’s Graduate School of Business. He also wrote articles for Figaro, a weekly newspaper in New Orleans. Later, he began a full-time career as a ghostwriter and started off writing romances before moving on to memoir, true crime, and an occasional novel.
Memberships: National Association of Independent Writers and Editors, Association of Ghostwriters
Samantha, an award-winning published author, an editor, ghostwriter, and writing coach. If it’s nonfiction, she has probably tackled it at some point in her publishing career of 30+ years. But she thinks she found her true calling in helping people tell life stories: memoirs, biographies, and the histories of families, businesses, and institutions. She has an English degree from Cornell and extensive experience in books, magazines, tech journals, trade publications, newsletters, and newspapers. In addition to memoir, she is knowledgeable about art history, cooking, parenting, travel, and Judaica.
David R. Stokes has authored, ghostwritten, and collaborated on more than 40 books, including several highly regarded works of fiction and nonfiction and two screenplays. His own latest book is about President John F. Kennedy’s GHOSTWRITER, the man behind the 1956 Pulitzer Prize winning book, Profiles in Courage. It will be published in late 2020 by Lyon’s Press and titled, JFK’S GHOST: Kennedy, Sorensen, and the Making of Profiles in Courage. One of my own books, THE SHOOTING SALVATIONIST: J. Frank Norris and the Murder Trial that Captivated America (Steerforth/Penguin/Random House, 2011), a narrative non-fiction thriller set in the 1920s, became a Wall Street Journal best-seller. BOOKLIST, in a starred review, said: “The book is engagingly written, in an immediate, you-are-there style, and the story is as compelling and surprising as any Grisham thriller. Top of the line.” This book has recently been revised and enhanced (30,000 words of new material) and re-released as APPARENT DANGER: The Pastor of America’s First Megachurch and the Texas Murder Trial of the Decade in the 1920s and is under review as a potential television miniseries.
She is a certified Ghostwriter and owner of Ghostwriter Global where her brand tagline is “Better Books for a Better World”. Her goal is to make the world a better place by writing books—like yours—that remind, teach, unite, and empower. She has written for various ghostwriting companies, edited multiple books, articles, and papers, written many articles and blog posts in the health and environmental fields, mentored authors, written book proposals, and currently help teach the internationally-respected Ghostwriting Professional Designation Program.
Thomas Lee is a former business columnist at the San Francisco Chronicle and author of “Rebuilding Empires” (St. Martin’s Press), his book about the future of big box retail in the digital age.
Joel Mark Harris graduated from the Langara School of Journalism in 2007 and is the co-founder of the marketing company Kipling Media. Joel is an award-winning journalist, novelist, screenwriter and producer. His first novel A Thousand Bayonets won an Editor’s Choice Award and the Pinnacle Achievement Award for Best Thriller. He has also written a non-fiction book On Copywriting. He has ghostwritten numerous books in all types of genres including true life crime, business, memoir, and self-help. He has helped hundreds of business owners scale their business and increase their visibility.
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