Nancy Wurtzel of Thousand Oaks, California writes:
“I have a client who is interested in writing a book on brain health, targeted to Baby Boomers. My idea is to take the book in an entirely different direction so it will stand out from the dozens of other books that have already been published on this subject.
“We need a ghostwriter to help us refine the book concept, and write a great outline and a dynamite pitch letter to publishers.
“I can provide direction, and the physician I work with is bright, funny and reasonable. He can supply all medical information and research that will be needed—he simply does not have the time to pen the book word for word.
“Can your Hounds explain the best way for us to find a ghostwriter who’s a good fit for this topic? Any tips and resources they could provide would be greatly appreciated.”