Have A Ghostwriter Tell Your Story With Laura Schaefer
December 27, 2019
You have a story. Laura can teach you how to tell it. With clarity. With authenticity. With power. I’ve known Laura for 18 months and quickly discovered how deeply empathetic she is, her capacity to listen to what’s not being said, and how enormously witty she can be. In a society full of copycats, Laura stands head and shoulders above other ghostwriters because she’s genuinely interested in writing your story, displaying your authentic brand, in your voice.
Sure, she was a straight “A” student in high school and her class’ valedictorian. During her undergraduate studies, she was heavily involved in editing the University of Wisconsin’s The Daily Cardinal. One of the first books she published landed her an interview in New York City on Good Morning America. Laura has written novels including The Teashop Girls, The Secret Ingredient, Littler Women, Notes to Self and pieces for websites Match.com, Business.com, Entrepreneur.com and a variety of content for countless businesses, events, and individuals. She’s good. She knows the industry. She can help you find your authentic voice.
In this podcast, we talk about her process for bringing a new book to fruition, how her most engaged clients ensure she’s able to write a great book for them, and the differences between traditional publishing, self-publishing, and hybrid publishing. We talk about the pros and cons of each publishing option, the qualities a good ghostwriter should possess, and her how-to guide “Write Your Book In 6 Easy Steps”.