In addition to writing novels, for several years I’ve also provide two services to the industry: Ghostwriting and Transcriptioning.
Ghostwriting – Books, articles, web content
I’ve ghosted articles that have appeared in the New York Times, Huffington Post, Psychology Today, American Horticulture Society Quarterly, Ms. Magazine, and more. Non-fiction books that I’ve ghosted have gone on to become New York Times Bestsellers and have won multiple awards. I tend to write in the “self-help”, “personal development” and “motivational” genres, but also write in pop culture/media studies and have a background in Microbiology and Horticulture.
On average, web-content I’ve ghosted has increased web-traffic 400%. References upon request.
Please contact me for rates.
Transcriptioning – IDIs, Focus Groups, Radio Programs and more
Transcriptioning–not to be confused with court reporting, aka “strict verbatim” with all the coughs, “uh” and “um” pauses left in–is a crucial part of many industries, allowing for accurate reporting, field testing, and data dissemination. If you have a popular podcast or radio program, it allows you to expand your audience to those who may be hearing impaired, and give your followers the opportunity to better study your words.
I specialize in market research and have worked with companies like Pepsi Cola, Audi, Volvo, L’Oreal, Oregon Public Health, the American Pediatrics Association, and many more.
Standard Transcription: Phrasing and sentence structure is exact, but stutters are cleaned up in the transcribed document, making it easier to read. $1.75* per audio minute.
I guarantee a 48 hour turnaround time, during normal business weekdays. Files submitted on Friday can be expected returned by Tuesday of the following week. Rush jobs can be scheduled, and are $3.00 per audio minute.
* BITC, noisy backgrounds such as restaurants, arenas, etc., add $.50 per audio minute.
If you require my services, please contact me and we can arrange a file drop either through FTP or Dropbox.