Ghostwriter and editor for thought leaders
Now more than ever the world needs thought leaders that foster progress with fresh ideas.
And thought leaders need professional writers that translate their ideas into books.
If that’s you, I can help.
I’m an experienced non-fiction ghostwriter and editor who helps experts and opinion makers write books to make their ideas accessible to the widest audience possible.
Here’s how we can work together.
You have the ‘fire in the belly’ to make your ideas known to the world, but you don’t have the time to write, or don’t know how to do it. First, I’ll help you organise those ideas into a well-structured outline. Then I’ll record our conversations and write the book with your own voice. I’ll be the writer behind the scenes, but you will unmistakably be the author.
You have already written a draft, but you need a professional eye to fix inconsistencies and structural issues. I can improve your manuscript with thorough developmental editing, copy editing and proofreading.
Here’s a hard truth: publishers won’t even look at your book proposal if you don’t have a platform. It can be many things: a blog with a large readership, social media followers, frequent speaking engagements, etc. In other words: a wide audience. I can help you build that by developing a content strategy, ghostwriting and editing articles, or writing social media updates.
I’m multilingual ghostwriter and editor who combines language skills and experience in the corporate world, and knows how to communicate effectively to any audience, whether it’s foreign language students, corporate executives, or anyone in between.
Here’s my background at a glance:
- A degree in Literature Studies
- A Master’s degree in teaching language to foreigners and four years as a full-time language teacher
- Almost ten years of work experience in supply chain management for a large corporation
- Five years (and counting) as a full-time B2B freelance writer
If you’re looking for a ghostwriter and editor for your book here’s what you get by working with me:
- Strong work ethic
- A skilled writer who has a great love for his craft and is constantly working to improve it
- An approachable and easy-to-work-with professional
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I can’t thank Andrea enough for the editing work he did on the treatment of our documentary. Although he wasn’t familiar with the topic, he really improved our script, giving it flow, cohesiveness, and keeping the original tone of voice. He was very approachable and communicative during the whole process. He gave us constant updates and was very quick in highlighting the parts that needed to be fixed. I would warmly recommend his expertise for any editing job.
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