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For you aspiring or experienced authors — especially those of you who, like me, HATE to be edited — meet editor extraordinaire, Christopher Murray. Chris "got" my book right from the start and was an amazing collaborator, organizer and advocate for my ideas. I would rehire Chris on my own in a heartbeat. Hire Chris and put your next writing project (book, ebook, articles) in the hands of a supremely insightful editor and best friend your writing ever had.

– David Newman, author of DO IT! MARKETING®

 

Why can’t I get this book written?

You have great ideas for a book, but you find yourself struggling to convert them into well-organized chapters.

Or perhaps you have a half-written book that you cannot quite seem to finish.

Or you may have a general theme or concept in your mind and are looking to take the first step in writing a book.

Whatever your need, hiring a professional book editor will help. Even if you have written scores of speeches and articles, writing a book is a different type of project—one you’ve probably never encountered.

I’ve edited and ghostwritten more than 50 books on a wide variety of topics from leadership, strategy, and marketing
to social topics such as suicide prevention and ecology. 

I’ve worked with a wide variety of authors, from the prolific and always inspirational Brian Tracy to first-time authors
who want to create a highly effective marketing tool for their ideas and services.

In every case, we work together until there is a completed, well-written, and edited manuscript that fulfills the author’s expectations and aspirations.

Writing a book is an adventure. I can be your experienced guide on the journey.

Please contact me at Chris@ChrisMurrayEditor.com for a conversation about your book. 

All the best,

Chris


More Testimonials:

Chris Murray has been a valued collaborator on two of my books. A talented writer and merciless editor, Chris helps me to express exactly what I want to say in clear, cogent and compelling language. I have referred him to various clients who have all been delighted with his professionalism and care.

– Rafael Ramirez, author of DESIGNING INTERACTIVE STRATEGY and PRIME MOVERS

As our content editor for this latest book on leadership, Chris made sure we were emphasizing the points we wanted clear and ensured that the whole project read smoothly. I look forward to working with Chris on all of my future books.

– Mary Kelly, author of WHY LEADERS FAIL

Chris has a keen eye for language and pacing, and no tolerance for ambiguity. He is very attentive to details and very respectful of the meanings I may have tried to convey. Being a non-English native writer, his expertise was of huge value to me! I count on him for my second book, which I'm currently writing. His editorial skills and his insightful qualitative comments on the text were a vital contribution to the success of my first book, Action Reflection Learning, and I am happy to recommend him as a writer and editor.

– Isabel Rimanoczy, co-author of ACTION REFLECTION LEARNING and BIG BANG BEING!

Chris Murray made Better! better, seriously. He took what could have been an amateurish first attempt at a book and helped mold it into a #1 bestseller. He called me out on a couple of my missteps. And when I made the Journalism 101 mistake of burying the lead, he unburied it and dialed in the tone for the rest of the book.

– Terry Lancaster, author of BETTER! SELF HELP FOR THE REST OF US

Chris' contribution to my manuscript for No More Pointless Meetings was significant. As a first-time author with a book contract in hand, I recognized the need for professional editorial input. While the content was solid, the presentation of that knowledge needed polishing. Chris provided that. The breadth and scope of his experience working with publishers and authors in the business book field enhanced the manuscript. The maturity of his insight is impressive: it encompasses both publisher production requirements and a keen understanding of editorial structure. It was a privilege to work with a master of the writing craft.

– Martin Murphy, author of NO MORE POINTLESS MEETINGS

Chris was vital in shaping the final structure and tone of my book, Confessions of a Serial Entrepreneur. Within days of joining the project, he understood who I was and what I was trying to say. I continue to work with Chris on my current projects. I value his insight, his listening skills, and his frank evaluation of my ideas. More than just an editorial consultant, he has become a trusted advisor.

– Stuart Skorman, author of CONFESSIONS OF A SERIAL ENTREPRENEUR