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Gini Graham Scott, Ph.D. is a nationally
known writer, consultant, speaker, seminar, and workshop leader,
specializing in business and work relationships, professional and
personal development, and social trends.
She has published over 50 books, writes
scripts and TV pilots, produces indy films, and helps clients write,
publish, and promote their own books and films.
She has had extensive media and PR experience.
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BOOKS AND PROPOSALS
Besides writing her own books, Gini Graham Scott
writes books and proposals for clients on a wide variety of topics.
she has written books and proposals for corporate executives, company owners,
and speakers who want their own book. Topics have included business,
work, self-help, psychology, law, marketing, memoirs, and novels.
She can work from your rough draft, notes,
tapes, transcripts of talks and workshops, and interviews with you by phone
or in person. If you need help organizing your material or deciding what
to write about and how, we can set up a
for you with Dr. Scott.
If you need additional research, we have a
team of research assistants who can help with that.
We can assist you with self-publishing, finding
a publisher for your book, or promoting your book through our affiliate:
PR and Network Connection.
Most of our clients remain anonymous, since
we have ghostwritten their books. Here are four clients who published
is a book about Capria's search for justice as a former prison
guard in upstate New York. Once he thought I had it all -- a wife,
who was the daughter of the Commissioner of Correction, two kids,
a part-time job as a security guard, and the support of the prison
guard's union when he fought to improve their conditions. But he
angered a captain with his efforts to help the guards. When he
was injured by a prisoner in a battle over a blanket, the captain
turned that incident into a vendetta to bring him down, and he
almost lost everything. Eventually, his struggle turned into a
lawsuit, as he fought to overcome his injury and rebuild his life.
BETRAYAL tells his story.
Deborah A. Quinn
CONQUERING THE DARKNESS:
One Woman's Story of Recovering From a Brain Injury (Published by Paragon).
The book is about a woman who struggled back from a brain injury to
become successful. As a press release describes the book:
"Once living a fairy tale life as a happily
married and financially secure woman, a car accident led Debbie Quinn
to almost lose everything. She had to struggle to learn how to function
again, while others seeking to grab her business and fortune saw her
as easy prey. This book chronicles her recovery, the obstacles she
faced, and the process of creating a new life for herself. Now, living
in Florida, she is the owner of her own business, Ingenuity Products,
which is involved in financing, developing and marketing a golf ball
retriever and other golf accessories. She is also active in helping
brain injury patients and their relatives through sharing her own tips
Dr. Luann Linquist
(Published by Jossey-Bass). Written by a psychologist, this
is a book about the affairs that occur outside a marriage and the
reasons they occur. The book features stories drawn from cases
and offers suggestions on what to do if one discovers a mate is having
Sam Brown and Gini Graham Scott
(Published by Paladin) is based on interviews with 8 investigators,
specializing in different types of investigations. It
provides a look at the role of the private investigator in American
marriage, business and industry. The book features interviews with
top private detectives and it highlights some of their most interesting
cases and the techniques they used in their investigations. Areas covered
include surveillance, going undercover, using public records, doing
interviews, high-tech devices, criminal defense, and working with attorneys
and the police.