In addition to being a world traveler, lover of food and all around adventurer, I am a ghostwriter. I write nonfiction and business books. I'm looking forward to ghostwriting an increasing portfolio of travel, adventure and culinary-themed books. Have you ever read a book written by a ghostwriter? Chances are you have. Many authors hire writers, like me, to help craft their stories and bring their concepts to life. I contributed to this wonderful culinary-themed book: The Last Night on the Titanic, Unsinkable, Drinking, Dining & Style. I highly recommend this book. Learning about the history through a culinary lens informs us in a way, a factual description that does not acknowedge the attention paid to the dining experience ever could. I serendiptiously met award-winning food journalist Veronica Hinke, at an outdoor summer party. When she told me about her then soon-to-be published book, I remembered a friend who was a descendant of a woman who survived the sinking of the Titanic. Scott remembered the stories his great aunt told of surviving the Titanic when she was a young newlywed. Both she and her husband survived. When the Titanic was found, Scott's great aunt joked that she 'wanted her wedding gifts back.' I introduced Veronica to Scott and she was able to include this story in her book. She generously cited me in the credits for assisting with this research. Ghosts are in the shadows and are often not listed in the credits. It's very rewarding to me to help publish quality books. I love the work I do. See testimonials here.