AMANDA IBEY is an experienced nonfiction ghostwriter and collaborator who has worked with multiple New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling authors, as well as dozens of thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, business executives, global consultants, health and wellness experts, life coaches, therapists, and influencers.
Working with her clients at all stages of development, from concept and idea formation to ghostwriting from the blank page to book doctoring, Amanda has a clear mission: to help her clients share their genius with the world, and in the end, leave their readers feeling enlightened, empowered, and inspired.
Amanda’s collaborators include NYT bestselling author, Keith Ferrazzi (Leading Without Authority, Currency); WSJ bestselling author, Todd Herman (The Alter Ego Effect, Harper Business); NYT bestselling author, Pedram Shojai and Nick Polizzi (Exhausted; Trauma; and Conscious Parenting, Hay House); global business leader, Shawn Vij (Moral Fiber, foreword by the Dalai Lama, Wiley); and human-energy expert, Ari Whitten (Eat For Energy, Hay House). Amanda has also ghostwritten articles for Harvard Business Review, Inc., Bloomberg Business Week, CEO World Magazine, and strategy + business.
Amanda writes on wide-ranging topics including leadership and development; entrepreneurship; personal growth and self-help; spirituality; religion; and health and wellness.
CONOR KELLEY is a seasoned ghostwriter, author, and contributing writer. He has ghostwritten 20+ books across a variety of genres, including memoir, business, sports, young adult, and adult fiction. His client list includes a true crime author, a formerly incarcerated Hollywood actor, Superior Court judges, Fortune 500 CEOs, Hall of Fame athletes, a physician, a travel writer, and more. Conor was an acquiring editor at The Quarto Group and an editor at two literary magazines. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from New York University where he studied under bestselling authors like Joyce Carol Oates and Zadie Smith. His own bylined work can be found in The Stranger, Bellevue Literary Review, Hippocampus Magazine, Tri-City Herald, Telegraph Herald, and others. Conor has taught writing at the University of Washington. He is based in Seattle.
DANIEL WEIZMANN‘s writing has appeared in the LA Times, Billboard, and UK Guardian, as well as several books including Too Cool, Hardcore California, Turn Up the Radio!, and Drinking with Bukowski. He’s the as-told-to for DeeDee Ramone’s autobiography, the editor of Timothy Leary’s last collection, and the author of several volumes of Price Stern Sloan’s Mad Libs. Most recently, Weizmann co-authored Game Changer, by Michael Solomon and Rishon Blumberg (Harper Leadership, 2020). He is also the editor of Running Remote by Liam Martin and Rob Rawson (Harper Leadership, 2022). Daniel’s debut mystery novel, The Last Songbird, is slated to be published by Melville House in May ’23.
Bestselling author DEBRA OLLIVIER brings together a unique skill set as an experienced writer, thinking partner, story strategist, developmental editor and book coach. She is the author of the national bestseller What French Women Know (Penguin) and Entre Nous (St. Martin’s Press), a former Acquisitions Editor for Parallax Press and Contributing Editor for Salon Magazine, as well as a former Managing Editor for HuffPost. Her work has also been featured in the bestselling anthologies Mothers Who Think (Villard) and Because I Said So (Harper Perennial), in addition to Harper’s Magazine, The New York Times and other national media. She works collaboratively with a wide and eclectic array of authors to bring compelling books and book proposals to market, often guiding from initial concept to publication. Along the way she helps individuals tap into the “deep think” and leverage the true story or message that needs to be told.
LIZ MORROW is a ghostwriter and book proposal expert specializing in personal development, memoir, lifestyle, and business. Her proposals have sold for six figures to Big 5 publishers and her manuscripts have been published by the likes of Hay House, HarperOne, HarperCollins Leadership, HarperHorizon, and Baker Books.
Some of her notable collaborations include Jeff Goins, Pat Flynn, Stu McLaren, Whitney English, Grant Baldwin, Steve Chou, Ray Edwards, David Molnar, Mike Foster, and Sarah Williams. Liz helps subject matter experts and people with compelling stories, identify their goals, clarify their message, and write books that connect with wide audiences.
NICOLA WHEIR is a #1 New York Times Bestselling Author with over 6 million copies of her own books in print and over 20 years experience in the publishing and entertainment industries. She has the insider experience, marketing savvy, agent and editor relationships to help you turn your Big Idea into a Big Book. Recent successes have included Bright Line Eating and its 3 follow-ups, as well as the novel The Lobotomist’s Wife and the February, 2023 Jeopardy answer: Make Space for Happiness.
NORA ZELEVANSKY is the author of novels Competitive Grieving, Will You Won’t You Want Me? and Semi-Charmed Life, and co-author of nonfiction book, Roll Red Roll: Rape, Power, and Football in the American Heartland. Her notable projects also include The Soul Solution and Raising Hell, Living Well: Freedom from Influence in a World Where Everyone Wants Something from You.
Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, ELLE, Town & Country, the Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal and Vanity Fair, among others. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, two kids and enormous cat, Waldo.
Nora’s expertise and interests include: Book doctoring, memoir, memoir/self-help hybrid, narrative fiction, fashion/beauty/wellness, travel, women’s empowerment/gender issues, social justice, self-help, family history, business/tech, Holocaust/Jewish experience.
PAUL FAIR is a ghostwriter, co-author, and editor who’s worked on over 40 titles with Big Five publishing houses and independent presses such as Scribe Media and ForbesBooks. Titles range from Better Great Than Never by Olympic-gold medalist Lindsay Dare Shoop to the Wall Street Journal bestseller Buy Back Your Time by serial entrepreneur and SaaS Academy founder Dan Martell. Working primarily in prescriptive non-fiction, Paul’s worked with economists and financial experts, co-founders, serial entrepreneurs, billionaires, doctors, and even a White House staffer and a spy. He specializes in finding the intersection of creative storytelling and analytical framework so that authors can share their expertise with their audiences.