I got into book ghostwriting by way of journalism.
After spending a decade in NYC media working for outlets like the New York Daily News, New York Post and ABC News, I was burned out.
I was tired of Facetiming with my then 2-year-old son on train rides home because it was his bedtime and I'd missed his entire day. This was in 2019, before a global pandemic made WFH (Work From Home) a popular work option.
So, with family and flexibility in mind, I settled on becoming a professional ghostwriter for my new career.
As it turned out, book ghostwriting requires many of the skills I've developed and sharpened over the course of my career: an investigative journalist's tenacity, the flair of feature writing, the curiosity to dig deeper and explore the story, and the project management chops to keep books on track.
My unique blend of skills has made me extremely sharp at uncovering a book's message and writing unique, reader-focused books that adhere to the highest journalism standards.
I have written or ghostwritten 25 books on topics such as leadership, business, sports, ancestry, politics, tech, true crime, personal finance, addiction, safety, ethics, gender identity and disability inclusion. A handful of those books have been best-sellers.
I’ve also published books on my own, including a biography about baseball star Ken Caminiti, "Playing Through the Pain," that received a starred review from Publishers Weekly and was nominated for a CASEY Award as one of the year’s best baseball books.
I live outside of New York City with my family. In my free time, I enjoy watercolor painting and collecting baseball cards and am a longtime fan of the Texas Rangers, which (finally!) won the World Series in 2023.
You can learn more about my work experiences and review my writing samples below.