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Our Writers

Creative Copywriters / Memoir Ghostwriters / Developmental Editors / Writing Coaches

Available

15-40 hours

Developmental/Line Editor, Writing Coach, & Academic Writer

hourly rate: $65

Tyler Jacobson is a ghostwriter, copyeditor, and writing coach based in Los Angeles. Trained in the Cultural Studies program at Claremont Graduate University, he prides himself on versatile, interdisciplinary writing. Previous projects have included supporting a dissertation on cosplay and identity, workshopping a conference presentation on the role of compassion in medical ethics, and critiquing the influence of genre expectations on scholarly production. No matter the topic, Tyler is able to get to the heart of a writer’s vision and ensure that their message is communicated clearly. He also carries a special love for projects that push disciplinary boundaries. When not writing, Tyler is also an accomplished acrobat, contortionist, pianist, and model. He is eager to help you express your own passions!

Available

15-40 hours

Memoir Ghostwriter, Developmental/Line Editor, Writing Coach, & Academic Writer

hourly rate: $68

Ashley C. Lanuza is a ghostwriter, author, and editor. Her debut poetry collection, My Heart Of Rice, rose to the #1 bestseller list for Asian American literature on Amazon in its first week. She loves to hear about stories that use introspection and vulnerability to persevere. Ashley’s concise writing portrays trials and tribulations with detailed imagery and a flair for the dramatic. She currently freelances with New Degree Press and Kevin Anderson and Associates. In her free time, Ashley enjoys traveling as often as possible (or when the pandemic permits)! When she isn’t writing or fulfilling her wanderlust, she loves spending time with friends and family, trying out new food, or going on hikes near the Pacific Palisades. Schedule a call with Ashley and share your story— she’s all ears.

Available

15-40 hours

Creative Copywriter, Memoir Ghostwriter, Developmental/Line Editor, & Academic Writer

hourly rate: $85

Cheryl Laughlin is an award-winning screenwriter, multi-genre copywriter, and memoir/nonfiction ghostwriter based in Northern California. She's wired for words and amp'd to tell your personal and business stories. She writes industry and personal columns for Script Magazine, Stage 32, and Women You Should Know, while her own memoir garnered Top 25 in Roadmap Author's Write Start Competition. Her client pitches have been picked up in national media such as USA Today, Nylon, Good Day Sacramento, Woman's Day, and Woman's World. Cheryl blends her collaborative work style to create impactful communications. Discover her Beautiful Mind techniques to uncover your story's true voices and connect to universal themes that will resonate with readers and media alike. Work overview at linkedin.com/in/cheryllaughlin/.

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Available

15-40 hours

Creative Copywriter, Memoir Ghostwriter, & Developmental/Line Editor

hourly rate: $75

Brian is a Chicago-based writer who has helped tell the stories of international child stars, Irish Dance World Champions, and depression-era farmers. Whether you’re a small business or an inspiring individual, he seeks to use his creativity to amplify your voice. Brian’s background in playwriting and his experience as a developmental editor have given him the skills to unlock the most authentic and engaging version of your story. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from NYU’s Tisch School of The Arts Department of Dramatic Writing.

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Limited Hours

5-10 hours

Memoir Ghostwriter

hourly rate: $200

Amy Suto is a TV writer, published author, and memoir/nonfiction ghostwriter based in Los Angeles. She’s ghostwritten memoirs and nonfiction books for business coaches, former Olympians, Silicon Valley CEOs, and inspiring individuals all over the world. She is also co-authoring a poetry book with an organization that was awarded a Congressional Medal of Honor for their work in the poetry space, and writes personal essays for publications like The LA Times. In her memoir work, Amy blends her entertainment background and interview skills to get to the heart of your legacy. As a seasoned storyteller, she knows how to engage an audience and structure a book so that it can have the biggest impact. 

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