Whose Story Counts?
That’s right. You have a personal or business story to tell that will connect with a general or niche audience. And you are very likely the only person capable of telling it. Story is not mere entertainment, it is nourishment.
“You have expressed the soul of our company!”
— Sue Chen, CEO of Nova Health products
My keen interest in people and their stories was sparked by my tenure as a reporter and editor for several newspapers, including the Los Angeles Daily News. My transition to ghostwriting began when I was hired by a real estate developer with a dark family secret. Other projects followed — a Hindu physician at Brown University, an international brand designer with offices in Beijing, a life coach with an interest in Vatican affairs, and a solar architect whose innovative company recently went public.
“Douglas is a very knowledgeable about the field of publishing. He worked closely with me, consulting on all aspects of my book. His ideas are innovative and creative. I easily give him my highest recommendation. He has been an absolute pleasure to work with!”
— Sandra Dupont, therapist for teens, MA, MS, MFT
Through the years I have written extensively for people who lack the time and skill to create a book or other forms of content — blog articles, web content, etc.
My father was a musician. Music was the language of my formative years. I found my song in words. Learn more here: http://www.authorwithguitar.com/
I’m also a Writers Guild of America member and co-write of three hour-long TV pilots for ABC and CBS. Is your story a TV series or a film?
“We can only begin by thanking you for all you have done for us! Your professional yet friendly personality makes working with you a pleasure.”
— Sergio Briceno, CEO, CaseCruzer
Location: Los Angeles
Specialties: Non-fiction: business, financial markets, self-help, memoir. Music. Fiction: suspense, crime.
Years of Experience: 20+
Memberships: Writers Guild of America, Association of Ghostwriters
Honors: Writing awards from arts councils in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Michigan. Plays performed in New York City, and in regional theaters, including the Old Globe in San Diego.
“The descriptive power of his words … was exceptional.”
— Midwest Book Review
Author of:The Memory Songbook, The Lake That Stole Children, The Cancer Assassin, Story Force, How to Create a Book (two volumes), Burning Hope (coming soon)
Magazine Credits: Articles and feature stories for clients of public relations firms led to over 600 publishing events over three years, including Television Week, Latino Entertainment, Government Security News, Log Homes Illustrated, Home Theater and Infrastructure Magazine.
Please request your FREE copy of Story Force: Finding Your Emotional Tipping Point by contacting me via email.