Ghost·write



to write (something, such as a book) for someone else using that person's name.
- Merriam-Webster definition -

I can be your ghost. I can be your voice. I've specialized in collaborating with business executives, scientists, doctors, nutritionists, academics and other experts putting their words into easy-to-read language for the lay public. At the same time making sure that the work is faithful to the voice of the principal author.

New York literary agent Judith Weber very kindly said, "Not only is Malcolm a thorough-going professional, but he has that rare ability to re-create a subject's voice and to accommodate a variety of personalities, essential traits for a valued ghostwriter."

Rob Shreeve, Founder and Managing Director of Richard Branson's Virgin Publishing in the United Kingdom, noted, "(Malcolm) has also written books in his own name and ghosted (and much improved) others' work…and produced some of the best-crafted sales copy I've ever seen."

Being a ghost often means not taking any credit for the words that finally land on a page. And that's OK. Therefore much of my work with successful and high profile individuals on four continents has been subject to Non Disclosure Agreements. Agreements which I obviously respect.

However, I have authored and co-authored books under my own name which you will find below. Click on the book covers to find out more.





"Malcolm transformed my clunky prose into something readable. He can help anyone write a book."
B. Jacqueline Stordy, PhD, co-author, The LCP Solution: The Remarkable Nutritional Treatment for ADHD, Dyslexia & Dyspraxia.
 
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