Choose me to write your book proposal or develop your manuscript, and here’s what you get.
One-on-one collaboration with a book proposal and development specialist.
As many conversations, emails, and texts as it takes to create an exceptional proposal or manuscript.
Access to some of the finest line editors and proofreaders in the industry, professionals I have personally vetted and culled from the thousands hawking their wares on the internet.
Regular updates on our progress.
Perhaps best of all, I’ll deliver to you a stellar book proposal or manuscript—within our agreed budget and deadline.
Right around now, you probably want to know what this will cost you.
Every client, every project is different, so I don’t set a fixed price for writing or developing a book proposal or manuscript.
Instead, let me show you some client scenarios to give you a sense of not only what the price tag is, but what value I deliver.
A prominent surgeon’s book: he considered taking a sabbatical to write it, but the cost in terms of lost income would have been over $30,000 per month, not to mention the professional cost of stepping away from his practice. He paid me $12,000 per month to work with him and has now fulfilled his long-held dream of authoring a published book.
A social entrepreneur’s memoir: in the 2 years since publication, 10,000 copies have been sold. Or to put it another way, 10,000 people and their friends and family are now fully invested in the mission of her organization, emotionally and financially. My fee was $95,000—$9.50 spend per new supporter. That per-supporter figure drops all the time, the more people read her book.
A business coach’s motivational story: 11 corporate clients signed up to work with him after reading his book, generating revenue of $220,000. That’s a 3x return on my $75,000 fee for writing his manuscript. And that’s just a start: the book keeps on delivering new clients, year after year.
Every client and their book is unique, so contact me to find out more about packages and pricing.
I live and work not far from San Francisco. In fact, I consider myself a Bay Area local. If you're in the area, give me a shout and let's meet for coffee.
If we can’t swing a face-to-face meeting, just shoot me an email about your project, or click on the link to message me now. Really, what do you have to lose?