Having a traditionally published book is an excellent way of building your reputation and spreading your message. However, agents and traditional publishers demand a professional book proposal before they consider your work.
And writing a proposal involves serious publishing and writing know-how.
For a start, you need the inside track on what publishers and agents are looking for in a proposal (and it’s probably not what you think). Next you have to write it so it reads persuasively. And finally you have to craft the right kind of covering email so it’s opened in the first place.
The average non-fiction book proposal, including sample chapters, can be anything up to 20,000 words. That’s a lot of work.
This is where I come in.
I can ghostwrite your business book proposal for you including two sample chapters. Once you have that, you’re in the best position possible to go for that exciting deal.