Ghostwriting is a lot like being a doula. Only for books.

It involves a close, long lasting relationship culminating in the birth of something new. My job is to make it as easy as possible for you.

The wonders of technology (namely recording software and phones) makes the whole process painless. Provided you can talk about the book you want to write.

And when it’s all said and done – after the all labor and love that goes into writing a book – YOU get all the credit.

Neat, huh?

Introducing The Treasure of Toys: Tips and Tools for Connecting with Children (available here!) – my first full book. It’s a collection of stories, exercises, and lessons spanning Mary Morgan’s career as a family play therapist. It’s the culmination of a lot of hard work and love. Enjoy!

Here’s the bonus chapter from Gary Sirak’s The American Dream Revisited. Gary and I chatted for an hour or so. We talked out exactly what he did and didn’t want his bonus chapter to be. I recorded the whole thing. Next I used the interview as source material. Then I did all the work and he got all the credit. The win-win of ghostwriting.