Over the years, Writer For Hire Pat Kramer has collaborated with several authors on books they wrote. Some of these have been in the style of memoirs, recounting personal experiences; others have been about specific topics in which they had expertise.
An example of the first category would be “The Rebel and the Rabbi’s Son” by Izzy Eichenstein, with whom Pat worked in finalizing the book that recounts his early upbringing in a secular Hassidic dynasty in Chicago and his heart-rendering choice to leave the “fold” which led to his being shunned by his large family and entire community.
Another example is the “book – style” memoir “Born in Basra,” which Pat collaborated on with psychotherapist Bushra Rothstein to us as a teaching tool for her practice; a book on the history and practice of planting desert gardens, ghostwritten for a doctoral candidate; and essays on the healing postures of yoga, written for a therapeutic practice.
Another style of book is for teaching purposes, such as this Pet Grooming Manual that Pat created for a Los Angeles based pet grooming business. Similarly, “Restaurant Blues” is a guide to restaurant owners that Pat helped author with a well-known and successful restaurant owner and consultant. She also co-wrote chapters of Management Consultant Dick Dadamo’s book on building and maintaining successful business endeavors.
Pat has also authored training guides for managers and employees including the ones she wrote for FAMIMA, one of Asia’s top retailers, when they launched their their convenience store brand in America.
Over the years, Pat has worked with a diverse group of authors, some who you would recognize and others who were aspiring writers, providing not only ghostwriting but also media pitching, press release writing and distribution, social media marketing and outreach for speaking engagements.
If you have an idea for a book and you need help making it happen, please contact Writer For Hire Pat Kramer and get your book out to your chosen audience.