Special Thanks From Key Clients
“You took my information, reorganized it beautifully and made it understandable even to those who knew nothing of the topic.”
“Your ability to focus on the key points of complex medical issues and explain them with simplicity and clarity is a literary gift.”
“Deciding to work with Nadine… was the best decision I have made in a long time. Her attention to detail, professionalism and writing skills are superb.”
“I just wanted to thank you for doing such an amazing job on my book, Healing the Addicted Brain.”
(Special Note – This book was a New York Times bestseller!)
Health Book FAQs
What can a health book do for me?
Writing a health book may be the best business decision you ever make. That’s because it can:
- demonstrate your expertise
- establish you as an expert in your field
- bring you new patients/clients
- increase your website traffic
- generate speaking engagements and radio/television appearances
- be used for profitable back-of-the-room sales at your speeches
Does my idea have to be supported by numerous scientific studies?
Not necessarily. Many new ideas are backed by a modest number of studies plus personal experience, then build from there. It’s perfectly all right to base your book on a combination of studies and your own experience with patients/clients.
Do I need a health book ghostwriter with a medical background?
If you’re writing for laypeople, a ghostwriter familiar with basic concepts of physiology, nutrition or your specific field should be able to handle the job. But if you’re writing for a scientific audience, you’ll probably need a ghost with advanced knowledge of your topic.
How do I ensure the book is accurate?
You are in complete control of the content. If something is inaccurate, simply tell the ghostwriter and he/she will change it.
Is it cheating to have someone else secretly write my book?
No. Your readers are interested in your ideas; they don’t care who selected the words or shaped the chapters. However, if you like, you can mention your ghostwriter in the Acknowledgement section.