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Scott Doyle

Scott Doyle - Ghostwriter

Los Angeles, CA, United States

Whether I'm writing about business or investing or philanthropy, a strong narrative is key. Stories shape the world. Let me shape yours.

Overview

Under my own name I’ve published fiction, book reviews, and features. As a ghostwriter I’ve co-written a book about investing geared toward Millennials; reviewed business books about the changing nature of work; interviewed Twitter co-founder Biz Stone; summarized medical studies; written a paranormal romance novella; and created taglines for a new restaurant. I have edited and critiqued fiction and nonfiction manuscripts; crafted grant proposals for a community nonprofit arts initiative; and helped high school students write a book.

I believe every project has a core narrative: one which is its spine, muscle, and heart. My first job is to find that narrative, simplify it, streamline it, polish it. That initial process (which often resembles an archeological dig) usually involves interviewing the client, looking at any rough writing they've produced (the rougher the better, in my book), or both. Then I build upward and outward from that core. This approach not only ensures that I capture the essence of the project, but that I am true to the client's own unique voice.

Services
Languages
English (US)
Fiction
Literature
Non-Fiction
Business & Management Health & wellbeing

Work experience

Ghostwriter, Editor

Self-employed
May, 2011 – Present (about 6 years)

• Ghostwriting about finance, business and entrepreneurship for clients including Knowledge@Wharton, the online business journal of The Wharton School.
• Collaborated with Jason Kirsch on "The Millennial Advantage: How Millennials Can (And Must) Be the Next Great Generation of Investors"
• Thought pieces on investing and habit-formation for clients including Jason Kirsch, founder of Grow
• Editing and manuscript consultation on both non-fiction and fiction projects

Portfolio (1 selected work)

The Millennial Advantage: How Millennials Can (And Must) Be the Next Great Generation of Investors

Jason Kirsch CFP®

Jason Kirsch has good news and bad news. The bad news is that the 2008 Financial Crisis dealt a severe blow not just to our economy, but also to the financial health and readiness of many Americans. Nest eggs and home values plummeted in value. Millennials just starting out entered the tightest job market in years. The economy has since recovered, but not as robustly as we would all like. The ... read more

Jason Kirsch has good news and bad news. The bad news is that the 2008 Financial Crisis dealt a severe blow not just to our economy, but also to the financial health and readiness of many Americans. Nest eggs and home values plummeted in value. Millennials just starting out entered the tightest job market in years. The economy has since recovered, but not as robustly as we would all like. The ... read more

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