Ghostwriter and editorfor the food & hospitality industry
The food system is at a pivotal point
The next 30 years will be crucial for our planet.
The world population is expected to grow to 9 billion and global warming is getting closer to the point of no return.
At the centre of these challenges there’s food, how it’s produced, distributed and consumed.
While technology is changing the food system for the better, now more than ever we need leaders and experts to help us get to the 2050 appointment on time.
That’s where you come in
You’re a food industry veteran or a thought leader who wants to write a book that can make a positive difference in the world. Maybe you have an innovative idea or an inspiring story, or you want to educate consumers and other members of the industry.
The problem is, you don’t know where to start to write a book, or you completed a draft that needs to be edited to get to the final version of the manuscript.
If that’s where you’re stuck, here’s how I can help.
I’m multilingual ghostwriter and editor who combines language skills, experience in the corporate world and knowledge of the food industry. 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 10 years of work experience in supply chain management for a large corporation
- Four years (and counting) as a full-time freelance writer for the food industry
I know how to communicate effectively to any intended audience, whether it’s foreign language students, corporate executives, or anyone in between.
If you’re planning / thinking of working with / looking for a ghostwriter and editor for your book here’s what you get by working with me:
- Strong work ethic
- A skilled writer with a great love for his craft and who’s constantly working to improve it
- An approachable and easy-to-work-with professional
- Strong knowledge of the global challenges of the food system
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Ghostwriting and editing samples
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 to highlight the parts of the text that needed to be fixed. I would warmly recommend his expertise for any editing job.
Latest articles from my blog
Charlie Arnot is on a mission to rebuild trust in the food system. Writing a non-fiction book was the perfect way to let the world know how to do that.
In this interview Eric Eichinger talks about how his biography of Eric Liddell was written, and his quest for a movie deal in Hollywood.
For many authors, writing a non-fiction book is a frantic short-term experience. But sometimes books move forward at a slower pace. They are side projects of the persistent kind. Like The Glass of Wine by James and Penelope Shackelford.
in this interview, Sarah Krieger talks about her experience of co-authoring Weight Loss Surgery Cookbook for Dummies.