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Book Writing Collaboration

Chris and Gena want to help you bring your book to life!

Writing Momentum

Wherever you’re at in the Writing Process, We’re Here to Help

For over 25 years, we have worked with authors at different stages in the book writing process. We love to help:

  • Speakers who have taught a message but need a ghostwriter to turn their words into a book. 
  • Writers who have an idea for a book but aren’t sure where to start. We can help you brainstorm, structure and outline your book so you can leap forward in your writing. 
  • Authors who have finished a draft of their book but need professional guidance to make sure their final manuscript shines.

FAQ

Yes. We can help you plan, outline, and write your book. We can work together through a mentorship program to get your manuscript right where you want it to be.

Collaboration depends entirely upon what you need. Most often we’re approached by speakers, pastors, counselors and other leaders who have a teaching or series of teachings they want to turn into a book. We can help you outline and structure your book and give you guidance and editing services if you want to write it yourself. Alternatively, many speakers give us their teaching material and hire us to ghostwrite their books for them. Either way, our goal is to make your book the best it can be.

And once your book is written, we can help you successfully self-publish it, too.

Currently, we focus on helping authors with non-fiction books for adults, fiction and non-fiction children’s picture books, and middle grade novels. For other genres, we’ve built relationships with other extremely talented editors and coaches we would be happy to recommend to you.

Absolutely. We have worked with many pastors, speakers, teachers and ministers over our 25+ years in the publishing industry. Working together on how-to books, theological books,  devotions, and memoirs is right in our wheelhouse.

Our prices depend on the project and how much attention a project requires. For instance, a completed book that only needs minor edits would cost less than a first-draft book that needs a deep edit. We’d love to talk to you more about your project so we can provide you with an exact quote.

When we start working together, we’ll provide you with a very fair confidentiality agreement. Ultimately, we’ll be working on your book, and we want to be 100% sure your idea and teaching is protected during our time working together.

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