I'm Alice Sullivan, a full-time memoir ghostwriter.

I specialize in ghostwriting quality memoirs, personal stories of hardship and triumph. I'm particularly drawn to social or cultural stories with unique personality, books like No Reservations, Hillbilly Elegy, Educated, and one of my favorites Eat, Pray, Love.

These books tell personal stories that reflect universal truths.

Some of my clients include professional athletes, CEOs, speakers, musicians, and even reality TV stars.

A few notables include Shaquille O’Neal, Manny Pacquiao, George Foreman III, Dave Ramsey, Michael Hyatt, Lee Greenwood, Pam Tillis, Dr. Josh Axe, Thomas Steinbeck, Tony Jeary, and Judge Andrew Napolitano. I played a small part in helping these authors and others produce 11 New York Times bestsellers.

What does it cost?

I charge $75,000 to ghostwrite a memoir.

My fee is a bargain if you consider the time and energy required for researching, writing, and editing, not to mention the savvy needed to dig deeply into each story, to uncover new insights, and to connect the dots of a lifetime of seemingly unconnected events, then put it all together in a book readers can’t put down.

If hiring me to help write your world-class memoir sounds like fun—it is—then email me now. Don't wait. My schedule can fill up fast.

What do you have to lose?

(615) 406-5683

Let me share just two reasons to choose me as your ghostwriter.

The first is trust.

"Little did I know what was about to take place when I trusted Alice Sullivan with my manuscript. She took my feeble attempt at penning a memoir about my son’s drowning and created a masterpiece.”
—Angelia Waite, Author of Bomb Pops, Blow Dryers, and Butterfly Kisses

The second is quality.

"Alice was hand-picked by my long-time book partner to help shape my 40th book. Her flexibility, speed, and commitment to quality were extraordinary."
—Tony Jeary, The RESULTS Guy

Writing your memoir is one of the most important and meaningful experiences of your life. Don't trust just anyone to join you for the ride.

Before you call another writer, contact me and let's see if we are a good fit.

You'll be glad you did.

I take on very few ghostwriting projects each year. Why? Because the fewer projects I commit to the more time I have to spend with you and your story.

I schedule projects months, and occasionally years, in advance.

Drop me an email, tell me about your story, and ask about my current writing schedule.

While you're here, take a peek at a few memoirs I've recently written or edited.

The Rise
by Danette May

Living Without Reservations
by Barbara Singer

by John Clauson

Kick Start
by Tom Thompson

by Michael Tetteh

Bomb Pops, Blow Dryers, and Butterfly Kisses
by Angelia Waite

A Renaissance Redneck in a Mega-Church Pulpit
by Randy Elrod