Ghost Writing Services
Author of three of her own books: Business Manners in South Africa, Surviving the SA Media and Conquering Communications, Marion’s first love is writing, whether telling her own stories or ghost writing other people’s. She has ghost written/edited:
Saving my Sons – A Journey with Autism – Ilana Gerschlowitz’s families’ journey with autism
My Way – the story of Mary Holroyd – entrepreneur and owner of Weigh-Less
Farming, Finance and Runaway Cows – the story of Jerome Yazbek and Farmsecure
The Art of the Arrow – How Leaders Fly – Nick Cristelis
Within the first minutes of my initial meeting with Marion to discuss her ghost writing my book, I knew I’d found the right person. Without her expert guidance ‘Saving my Sons’ – A Journey with Autism’ would never have been written. She gave me the confidence I needed and created the framework for this book which has revolutionised autism treatment in South Africa.
Marion grabbed hold of my thoughts, ideas and experiences and converted these into a page turner that has received rave reviews from countless readers nationwide and which is now on the South African best seller list.
Marion’s ability to tell a story and give advice, training and direction on tackling the media was also an added bonus. Her dedication and passion to tell the story went beyond the call of duty and she’d immerse herself into hours of research to understand and uncover the most important key messages needed in the book.
My families’ journey with autism would have remained untold without her incredible writing skills. Words cannot express our gratitude to Marion for all the hours she laboured over the chapters of the book, polishing and editing the manuscript. It’s been an honour and privilege to have her ghost write the book and we have achieved more than we ever imagined possible.
Ilana Gerschlowitz, CEO, The Star Academy.
Marion turned out to be the ‘missing link’ to getting my book, ‘The Art of the Arrow – How Leaders Fly’, completed and published. She was a third positive third force around me, challenging, advising, suggesting, editing and reviewing. Her presence motivated me to keep going through the inevitable periods of doubt that are part of writing a book, especially for first time authors. Her suggestions were always spot on. I also know that because of her recommendation my book was accepted by the first publisher it was presented to. I would not hesitate to recommend her to anyone needing assistance with writing, no matter what their situation is.
Nick Christelis, Global Management Consultant.
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