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How to Write a Book with Content You Already Have

February 24, 2020
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Are you interested in writing a book, but a little overwhelmed by the size of the project? If you’ve been working in your industry for a long time or you have your own business, you’ve probably already created a lot of content that could be a great starting point for a book. When you look at it this way, becoming a published author seems a lot less intimidating.

 

Amelia Forczak is passionate about helping authors write and market their books. As the Founder of Pithy Wordsmithery, she works with clients across a range of industries to help them build their thought leadership, leveraging their authorship to grow their businesses. Amelia’s background in both ghostwriting and marketing gives her a unique perspective in the industry. She understands what it takes to write a book, as well as what it takes to market one. In a world where authors are responsible for driving their own book sales, Amelia offers sage marketing advice for non-marketers. Amelia is the ghostwriter of seven published books, including four best-sellers. She has served as a content strategist or editor for many other successful books and best-sellers.

If you’re not sure how to take your book from concept to completion, a ghostwriter or developmental editor can help you transform your content into a polished manuscript. Tell us about your idea below, and we’ll match you with a ghostwriter who can bring your vision to live.




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