Have you wanted to write a book for years? Have you imagined how a book could grow your business or help you transition into a new career?

But … does the thought overwhelm you? Have you been putting off writing a book because you lack the time, bandwidth, or skills? Are you hoping to find someone to interview you, capture your unique voice, and write your book for you? If so, a ghostwriter is the solution–and Portland can help.

Portland’s a gifted storyteller who’s written for a variety of clients like Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health and for thought leaders, life coaches, therapists, healers, and health experts in private practice.

She can ghostwrite your:

  • Essay
  • Article
  • Blog Post
  • eBook
  • Full-length book

What can you expect if you hire Portland as your ghostwriter?

  • She’ll write confidentially.
  • She’ll interview you to gather material for your book.
  • She may also interview clients or others you recommend to collect stories for your book.
  • She may do research to locate stories for your book or other needed information.
  • She may spend 1 -2 months writing a short eBook.
  • She may spend 4 -6 months writing a full-length book.

Her fees range from $.50 to $1.00/word, depending on the complexity of the material and the amount of research and interviews required. Extensive research may increase the per-word fee.

Portland’s a fantastic ghostwriter. I needed an eBook for my business and knew I didn’t have the ability to do it myself. Portland did an amazing job coming up with the structure of the book, which I was clueless about. She interviewed some of my clients to fill the book with compelling stories and generally helped me get my message out there in a clear and easy-to-read way. She’s great to work with all the way around.

Name & Book withheld due to confidentiality

Portland brings to each story a genuine curiosity, an open mind, and a sharp investigative instinct. But what takes her coverage of wellness and mind-body healing to the next level is her willingness to be vulnerable, to immerse and expose herself in pursuit of the essence of a story. Whether she’s profiling a renowned spiritual teacher or practitioner, unpacking the complexities of an alternative health approach, or sharing her own experiences—or, frequently, all three at once—Portland has the rare ability to translate nuanced and intangible concepts in thoughtful, down-to-earth ways that intrigue skeptics, newbies, and insiders alike.

Tresca Weinstein

Features Editor, Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health