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I’ll ask you questions about the goal, scope, and timeline of your project as well as what you’ve already completed (if anything). We’ll get a feel for each other’s communication style and decide if we are a good fit. If you like, I'll send you sample chapters from a similar project or write a unique sample for a small fee.


I’ll write up a detailed agreement for your book that includes a project timeline, payment structure, description of deliverables, and legal protections for both of us. If requested, I’ll also draw up an NDA for your specific project. Once you agree to the terms, a 20% deposit of the total project cost will be due to reserve my services.



Reach out to me through my contact form and tell me a little bit about your project. If I have space in my calendar, we will talk more about your ideas over email. If it seems promising, I will schedule a free consultation to speak with you over the phone or Zoom to see if we are a good fit to work together. 

I'm interested . . .

Once research is completed, I’ll create a detailed book outline that includes a table of contents, chapter details, and any relevant research. We’ll meet again to discuss the outline and you’ll have time to make amendments. I may also experiment with voice during this stage and submit a few sample paragraphs.


I will get to work writing each section of your manuscript based on the outline. I’ll send you the first 25 pages to make sure we are all happy with the style, tone, and structure. I will then complete a first draft and meet with you to discuss revisions. I will send you the second draft (with your revisions completed) for a final round of feedback. 


Final Draft

Your final draft will be polished, proofread, and properly formatted. You will retain full ownership of the material (including all copy and sales rights) and may profit from it in any way you choose. I will not collect any royalties from the final project. 

Let's work together!


I’ll start the research process which may involve conducting interviews and reviewing relevant industry publications. Most books require 8-12 hours of one-on-one interviews and/or demonstrations. During this period, I may also ask for samples of your writing or books that contain a similar style, structure, or voice.

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