Business book ghostwriters for hire

We can write your business book for you. We understand how to represent the business world in plain language that will reach and impress your most important audiences.

Whether your goal is to tell the story of your company or to teach a business process, your book must communicate clearly and effectively. That takes strong writing skills.

We have those skills.

We have the experience.

We can make it happen for you.


The best business books combine three key aspects. First, they use clear and direct language that is easy to read. Second, they are professional in what they say and how they say it. Third, they find compelling ways to explain things, often using stories to illustrate key points and milestones.

Our ghostwriters have the skills required to make your business book a success. Just fill in the form on this page for a free quote on writing your book.

Please note – when you hire a business writer from THGM Writers, they will be like part of your team. We want you to succeed.

Why hire a business book ghostwriter service?

There are several reasons people hire a ghostwriter for their business book. Here are some of the reasons entrepreneurs have hired us in the past.

Tap or click to read more reasons to hire a professional ghostwriter.

Business people are busy.

Books take time to research. Books take time to organize. Books take time to write. Most business people are busy juggling contracts and employees and regulators and suppliers. They don’t have time to write a book while running their business.

Writing a book is a labor-intensive project. It takes a lot of work and it takes a lot of focus and it takes a lot of time. Few entrepreneurs have time or attention span to write, nor the freedom to set aside large blocks of time to focus.

If you are a busy entrepreneur, why not outsource your book to a professional writer who can do the work for you?

You need to get started already.

If it’s hard to find the time to write a book, you’ll find it even harder to get started. The writing begins only after the outline is prepared and the information is organized. Few business people have the time or focus even to get that organized.

If you can’t get organized, why not outsource your book to a business ghostwriter?

Business people hire ghostwriters for their expertise.

No matter how good a business person you are, you are probably not a writing expert. That’s OK. You are also not an expert plumber, graphic designer or accountant. That’s why you hire staff and outsource tasks.

Get the talent you need to write your book. Outsource the work. Hire a professional writer to put together the manuscript for you.

How to find a business ghostwriter for hire

A good business writer isn’t hard to find. Several of our writers are well-versed in business writing. For a free quote to ghostwrite your book, tap or click the red button on this page.


Why write a book for your business?

The reasons people write a business book are as varied as the business they run. Here are a few popular reasons:

  • to tell the company’s story
  • as a sales tool, to pre-sell clients
  • to educate clients, improving their experience
  • to teach clients, because that’s your business
  • to position a company in the public eye (branding!)

Why your business needs a book?

Tap or click to read more on why write a business book.

Write a book to tell your company’s story

Any company that has been around for a while has a story to tell. The telling is usually a matter of pride. You are proud of your company’s history and success, and a book is the perfect way to express that pride.

Pride is good for business.

When you cultivate pride among your employees, they work harder. They become more dedicated. They work with pride. The company’s success becomes personal.

When you express pride to your customers, they are impressed. They feel like they are dealing with a substantive company they can trust, a company that knows what it’s doing. They buy more easily. Indeed, the company’s success might even become personal for your customers, especially if you’ve cultivated a brand around which they can wrap their pride.

When you cultivate pride among anybody, you get more cooperation. Whatever you want done becomes easier when people are impressed with your success over the years. You’re not a fly-by-night operation; you are here to stay.

Write a book to pre-sell clients

History might not be your approach. You might prefer a business book that subtly makes the case for your services. You might want to highlight success stories, so that clients see the value in hiring your company.

This approach works well with high-end products and long sales cycles. You can give the book to leads early in the sales cycle, then refer to parts of the book at future sales calls. Even if no client reads the book – even if you hand out a thousand copies and not one gets opened – the book has done its job by making everything you say more credible.

Write a book to educate your clients

Nothing makes your company’s job easier than educated clients. When they understand the process, the variables, the possibilities and the limitations, it saves you a lot of headaches.

It also saves you a lot of time.

And it saves you money.

A book that educates your clients can greatly increase the ROI on all your projects.

Write a book to teach your clients, because that’s your business

A lot of business books are written by coaches, consultants and public speakers. Their job is to teach clients.

A book is a tool you can use to reach your clients and reinforce the messages you deliver in seminars and workshops, in training sessions or in some other venue.

Write a book to position your company in the public eye

Your company’s reputation is important. It’s not just about branding. There are certain images you want to maintain. Those might include:

  • a good place to work
  • a pillar of the community
  • a responsible company

Being seen as a good place to work makes it easier to recruit top talent. In fact, the more positive the image of your company in general, the more people will want to work for you. The results can be impressive:

  • less turnover to manage
  • increased employee loyalty
  • better talent applying for jobs
  • lower recruiting costs
  • greater worker productivity

Yes, theirs good ROI on a book that positions your company as a great place to work.

Being seen as a pillar of the community makes it easier to deal with local government. There are fewer protests to contend with and more photo ops with municipal politicians. Zoning issues are easier to resolve, and sometimes there are tax benefits, as well.

Being seen as responsible goes a long way to reducing the costs of proving that you are. If you are seen to be deeply concerned about worker health and safety, about the environment and about the community, regulators will take more interest in some other company that seems shifty and defensive.

Do good. Be seen doing good. Make sure that all your audiences get a copy of your book.

How to find a business book writer for hire

For your free quote on ghostwriting your business book, tap or click the red button to the right.


Examples of books we have written or edited

Although many of our clients prefer us to remain anonymous, here are some samples of books in a variety of genres, both fiction and non-fiction, that we have written or edited and are at liberty to reveal.

  • Historical fiction book cover - Asim

    HISTORICAL FICTION: ASIM: Servant of Two Masters, by D.W. Smith. In 1453 Turkey, Mehmed the Conqueror has just defeated the Byzantine Empire and a new era called the Ottoman Empire is ushered in.

  • Self-help book cover - Sun will rise
    SELF HELP BOOK: Breast Cancer; The Sun Will Rise, by Pamela S. Barron. Breast cancer survivor Pamela Barron describes life with metastatic breast cancer and continuous chemo treatment for seven years.
  • Fantasy book cover - War of Staffs
    FANTASY BOOK: War of the Staffs, by Kathryn Tedrick and H.P. Stephenson. A fresh new series for all those who love dragons, wizards, elves, dwarves and mayhem.
  • Memoir book cover - Nobody
    MEMOIR: Amazing Adventures of a Nobody, by Leon Logothetis. A personal tale of travel and adventure in the real world.
  • Business book cover - Sit Crooked
    BUSINESS BOOK: Sit Crooked and Speak Straight, by Stephane J. McGrane. A primer for anyone wanting to conduct buisiness susccessfully in the Arabian Penninsula.
  • Kidlit book cover - Gooseneck Putter
    CHILDREN'S BOOK: The High-tech Gooseneck Putter, by Samuel DiMatteo & Kristin Johnson. Meet Sami DeMani, a Canada gander with a legendary golf game. He’s on track to win the prestigious Waterfowl Tour — and put his nemesis, the ruthless Pete Swan Lake, in his place once and for all.
  • Autobiography book cover - Missing Cub
    AUTOBIOGRAPHY: The Missing Cub, by Darcy Fast with Jonathan Kravetz. A baseball autobiography.
  • Society book cover - Biracial Bondage
    SOCIETY BOOK: The Biracial Bondage, by Joe Bama. Exploring the struggle of biracial people and couples, as seen through the eyes of both white and black people.
  • Fantasy book cover - Eradonis
    FANTASY BOOK: Eradonis: Legend of the Black Rose, by Narisha Rajnandan. First in a series of books featuring sorcery and magic spells.
  • Biography book cover - Vesta Sithole
    BIOGRAPHY: My Life With an Unsung Hero, by Vesta Sithole The post-humus biography of the Reverend Ndabaningi Sithole, a hero of the Zimbabwean struggle for independence.
  • Religious book - Genesis One Code
    SCIENCE, RELIGION: The Genesis One Code, by Daniel Friedmann. Calculations demonstrate a clear alignment between the times of key events described in the creation narrative in the Book of Genesis with those derived from scientific theory and observation.
  • Science fiction book cover - Time Craft
    SCIENCE FICTION: Time Craft, by Mark A. Ely. A time-travel story of adventure and scientific imagination.
  • Christian book cover - Guide You
    CHRISTIAN BOOK: He Will Guide You, by Dr. John Diomede. A guide for Christians to your relationship with the Holy Spirit.
  • Children's book cover - Flying Cowboys
    CHILDREN'S BOOK: Flying Cowboys and Confetti Rain: Dreams of a PBR Bull, by Debbie Felkins Tamez. An endearing story of a bull and a racoon and their adventures on the road to fame.
  • Historical fiction book cover - Asim
  • Self-help book cover - Sun Will Rise
  • Fantasy book cover - War of Staffs
  • Memoir book cover - Nobody
  • Business book cover - Sit Crooked
  • Kidlit book cover - Gooseneck Putter
  • Autobiography book cover - Missing Cub
  • Society book cover - Biracial Bondage
  • Fantasy book cover cover - Eradonis
  • Biography book cover - Vesta Sithole
  • Religious book cover - Genesis One Code
  • Science fiction book cover - Time Craft
  • Christian book cover - Guide You
  • Children's book cover - Flying Cowboys

Best business book writers for hire

Our business ghostwriters are for hire and at your service. If you are looking for help completing the story of your enterprise, please fill in the form on this page.


  1. I am looking for a ghostwriter; how do I find a good business writer? (ANSWER: You have already found several top-quality business writers just by being here. Just fill in the form on this page to get started.)
  2. Will a book help grow my business? (ANSWER: Yes, every business has a story to tell. Told strategically, that story will position your business for success.)
  3. How much does it cost to write a book for my company? (ANSWER: A manuscript of 50,000 words typically costs over $10,000. Please fill in the query form on this page for your free quote.)
  4. Can I afford to hire a book writer? (ANSWER: Writing a book is a lot of work and it is not cheap. The long-term ROI for business book writing is usually well worth it.)
  5. Is THGM Writers the best professional book writing service I can find? (ANSWER: *blush* We try to be modest, so we’ll let our clients answer that question. Read what they have to say.)