If you've never written a book and you'd like to learn, there's no better way than through the collaborative process.
We begin, as with the ghostwriting process, by organizing the book's major ideas in a narrative arc that satisfies the reader's innate need for storytelling. Then we work together on a detailed outline of each chapter through a method I call Hook, Line and Sinker.
Outline in hand, your job is to start the writing phase by producing rough first drafts for me to edit and provide supplemental research. It's a fulfilling process for both parties, but, as with a ghostwritten manuscript, the finished product is yours and yours alone.