SUMMER SPECIAL for GHOSTWRITING YOUR BOOK
SUMMER SPECIAL for GHOSTWRITING YOUR BOOK
It’s summertime… halfway through the year. Don’t let it end without finally writing the book that you’ve been talking about and dreaming about for so long. The world needs your wisdom!
Elizabeth Ann Atkins can write your book quickly with her special talent as a “literary chameleon” who channels your voice and personality so that your book reads as if you wrote it.
This best selling author of 33 books and CEO of Two Sisters Writing & Publishing has written books for government leaders, executives, physicians, global humanitarians, and many others who have an inspiring story and wisdom to share.
Please note, price listed above is for DOWNPAYMENT ONLY. See below for more information.
"Elizabeth is a brilliant, brilliant writer, a very classy lady,
and I couldn't be happier with the book she wrote for me."
— Roy S. Roberts
Former General Motors Executive,
Philanthropist & Civic Leader, and
Author of "My American Success Story"
Elizabeth’s Summer Special for Ghostwriting a 400 page book is as follows:
Regular price: $300 per page x 400 pages = $120,000.
Summer Special price: $250 per page x 400 pages = $100,000.
This includes unlimited interviews with you as as well as phone interviews with up to 12 individuals whom you deem important for the book. Additional interviews are $200 per hour. Research at libraries, archives, online, etc, is $50 per hour.
To begin, a 33% downpayment is due. Book is divided into four sections and 25% of balance is due upon delivery of each section.
PLEASE NOTE: Price listed on total cost for this service is for the downpayment only: $33,000.
A written, signed Agreement details scope of service, timeline, compensation, and other factors.
Interviews begin immediately upon signing the Agreement.
Publishing is a separate contracted service.
Here is Elizabeth’s Resume.
Best-Selling Author and TV Host with 30 years of experience as a Journalist, Author, Educator, Speaker, and Actress has chameleon-like ability to write from diverse “voices” in fiction and non-fiction. Also tailors written and spoken words to inspire with innovative ideas—in person and via multimedia channels.
Guest on Oprah, Montel, NPR and many national television and radio programs.
Author of God’s Answer Is Know: Lessons From a Spiritual Life by Elizabeth Ann Atkins, a memoir chronicling and teaching spiritual awakening.
Authored and published more than 20 books as co-creator of Two Sisters Writing & Publishing.
Co-Host of “MI Healthy Mind” TV show about wellness in mind, body, and spirit.
Nominated for Pulitzer Prize by The Detroit News and received 2014 Society of Professional Journalists award for Best Feature Writing in a magazine.
Acting debut in film, Anything Is Possible, nominated for 2014 African Oscar; second role in the international film The Andrea Doria: Are the Passengers Saved?
Outstanding Achievement Award received from Wayne County in December 2010.
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York. Master of Science. 1991. Studied reporting and writing, majoring in broadcast news and international reporting at the United Nations during the Persian Gulf War. Thesis focused on mixed-race Americans. Worked as copy clerk at The New York Times.
University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Bachelor of Arts. 1989. English Literature. Served as reporter/editor at The Michigan Daily for three years.
College de Rivière-du-Loup c/o Michigan State University Québec, Canada. Summer 1984. Studied French language and culture.
Two Sisters Writing & Publishing and Atkins & Greenspan Writing. Founded in 2016, Elizabeth joined sister Catherine M. Greenspan to write and publish their own novels, non-fiction books, and journaling workbooks, as well as to ghostwrite and publish books for accomplished, diverse individuals with “against the odds” stories. Clients include a former mayor, the former president of the American Red Cross, physicians and surgeons, and a double amputee soldier-turned-triathlete-motivational speaker. Two Sisters also published their mother’s memoir, The Triumph of Rosemary: A Memoir by Judge Marylin E. Atkins, currently being developed into a screenplay.
TV SHOW HOST
MI Healthy Mind TV Show (January 2015 to present) Co-hosts weekly, 30-minute, award-winning television show that shatters the stigma around mental illness, addiction, abuse, and other difficult topics. Visit MIHealthyMind.com.
God’s Answer Is Know: Lessons From a Spiritual Life by Elizabeth Ann Atkins, a memoir chronicling Elizabeth’s life and teaching spiritual awakening. (May 2019) Please visit GodsAnswerIsKnow.com. Ranked on Amazon Best Sellers List with five-star reviews.
PowerJournal: A 28-Day Challenge by Elizabeth Ann Atkins and Catherine M. Greenspan. This workbook teaches how to combine meditation with journaling to transform from the inside out. Please visit PowerJournal.Life.
PowerJournal for Weight Loss: A 28-Day Challenge by Elizabeth Ann Atkins and Catherine M. Greenspan. This workbook teaches how to finally address the emotional causes of using food as a “drug of choice,” kick the habit, and get healthy and happier. Inspired by Elizabeth’s 100-pound weight loss and super healthy lifestyle centered on meditation with journaling. Please visit PowerJournal.Life.
Let the Future Begin by Dennis W. Archer and Elizabeth Ann Atkins (December 2017) Memoir by former Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer who laid the foundation for Detroit to become the come-back city of the millennium and who became the first person of color elected president of the 400,000-member American Bar Association.
The Enemy Within by Michael Wood, MD and Elizabeth Ann Atkins. This suspenseful novel takes a chilling look at the obesity epidemic as terrorists poison fast food and plot to take over America and the world. (May 2019)
The Making Point: How to Use Your Breaking Point for Success by US Army Master Sgt. Cedric King. After losing his legs in an IED blast in Afghanistan, Cedric becomes a motivational speaker and triathlon competitor. With Forewords by Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz and Actor Gary Sinise.
Confessions of a Plastic Surgeon: Shocking Secrets about Enhancing Butts, Boobs, and Beauty by Thomas T. Jeneby, MD. This flamboyant, Ivy League-trained, board certified plastic surgeon shares bizarre stories and an insider’s look at the fascinating world plastic surgery. (Release TBD).
Biography Writing memoir for prominent auto executive. (Release TBD).
My American Success Story by Roy S. Roberts (2015) Wrote memoir for highest-ranking African American in global automotive industry.
Husbands, Incorporated (2014) Wrote fictional, provocative trilogy about a revolutionary business that provides marriages and adventure for women around the world.
Jesus, This is Jimmy (October 2012) by the Reverend Jim Holley, Ph.D. Revised and expanded inspiring memoir for prominent Detroit minister.
Fat Family, Fit Family: How We’re Beating Obesity and You Can, Too (Plume/Penguin Books, March 2011) by the Morelli Family. Wrote memoir for contestants on NBC’s prime time show The Biggest Loser.
My Blue Suede Shoes: An Anthology (Atria/Simon & Schuster, March 2011) Wrote novella about women becoming empowered to escape abuse.
The Death Bond Conspiracy (2009) by P.A. Corky Gillis. Wrote suspense novel.
Click! 10 Truths to Building Extraordinary Relationships (McGraw Hill, Jan. 2008) Writer for networking guru George Fraser.
Other People’s Skin: An Anthology (Atria/Simon & Schuster, October 2007) Wrote novella about women becoming empowered about racial identity.
Going Full Circle: From Life to Death to Life (January 2007) Wrote memoir for quadriplegic CEO of a record company.
Twilight (Forge/St. Martin’s Press, 2002) Romantic thriller set in Brazil and Los Angeles and co-authored with Billy Dee Williams.
Dark Secret (Forge/St. Martin’s Press, 2000) Romantic thriller about biracial woman “passing” for white in Detroit, New York and Virginia.
White Chocolate (Forge/St. Martin’s Press, 1998) Romantic thriller about a mixed-race reporter’s love defeating hate in Detroit and Los Angeles.
Fox 2 News Metro Detroit. 1997 to 2002, Writer for morning, 5, 6 and 10 p.m. TV news.
The Detroit News 1991 to 1995, Race Relations articles nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Covered crime, courts, education and features.
Freelancing The New York Times, Ebony, HOUR Detroit, HOUR Home, HOUR Bride, Essence, BET.com, Ms., BLAC Detroit, a Presidential Tribute for Rosa Parks, and a celebration of Congressman John Conyers, Jr.
Internships San Diego Tribune (1990), and Lansing State Journal (1989).
Formerly represented by The American Program Bureau, Elizabeth speaks and teaches about race and writing at colleges, corporations and conferences, including: Columbia University, University of Michigan, NAACP, Beaumont Hospital, PowerNetworking, 100 Black Men of America, Gannett, Comerica Bank, National Association of Black Journalists, DaimlerChrysler, GM and the American Library Association.
Elizabeth taught English and Journalism at Wayne State University, Wayne County Community College District and Oakland University from 2004 to 2006. Classes included Honors English/Women in Literature, Poetry, Creative Writing and American Literature. She taught Toastmasters public speaking classes until Summer 2009. She continues to host workshops on “How to Write a Book and Get Published.”
Elizabeth’s first movie role is a wealthy orphanage owner in the uplifting feature film Anything Is Possible, released in theatres and on DVD in 2013, as well as globally in Brazil, China, Poland, Africa, and many other countries. In 2016, she played a 1950s journalist in a dramatic shipwreck survival story in Italian with English subtitles: The Andrea Doria: Are the Passengers Saved?
EDITOR & WRITING COACH
E. Lynn Harris January to July 2009. Worked as line editor for several novels by this New York Times Bestselling Author.
Walt Douglas Spring 2009. Edited memoir of auto dealer and community leader.
Clients From 2008 to present, Elizabeth coaches clients how to write books.
MARKETING & PROMOTIONS COORDINATOR
Team Wellness Center (February 2015 to August 2016) Marketed and promoted all activities via media, social media, and email. Created and wrote documents, then oversaw printing and dissemination, including press releases, monthly newsletter, website content, brochures, sign, flyers, and more. Coordinated and planned events and promotions: annual Recovery Conference and Luncheon, NAMI Walk, Team Wellness 5K Run/Walk, Bocce Tournament, Golf Outing and more. Worked with Marketing Assistant. Conducted clinic tours. Arranged for outings such as Sunday Market and Flower Day at Eastern Market, health fairs, and other events. Attended conferences to network, market, and promote programs.
The Wayne County Health Department (September 2009 to October 2011) Emergency Preparedness Communications professional organized and publicized mass vaccinations for H1N1 flu pandemic. Also visited the CDC and spoke at a Homeland Security conference, and worked with local law enforcement for emergency preparedness.
Elizabeth served as president of the Detroit Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists, as well as newsletter editor for the Romance Writers of America’s Metro Detroit chapter.
Elizabeth cultivates a spirit-centered lifestyle with daily meditation, journaling, natural foods, exercise, and time in nature. She loves reading, traveling, learning, and laughing.