Michael Levin Writing Experience

MICHAEL IS A GOOD GUY AND A FINE WRITER TO WORK WITH.
–ALAN MULALLY, FORMER CEO OF BOEING AND FORD

Outstanding Books for Outstanding Individuals.

The World’s Most Masterful Writing Partner

Do you want to write a book? Or do you want to write an outstanding book?

To us, there’s a big difference.

We only deliver outstanding books for outstanding individuals. We’ve been called ghostwriters, but that’s such a legacy term. We see what you need totally differently.

The outstanding individuals that come to us ready to write a book are looking for more than a ghostwriter – they just might not know it yet. Here at Michael Levin Writing Experience, we have a bold mission to turn outstanding individuals into respected authors. We do this by creating books that deliver thought leadership status, build family legacies and maximize business success.

If this sounds interesting to you, then let’s talk.

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“My co-author, Michael Levin, was the first person to realize that a book about the lessons from my time with coaches Tom Landry and Vince Lombardi could be a success. I enjoyed our interviews, and I respect his knowledge of football.”
Pat Summerall
Broadasting Legend
“Hiring Michael Levin to help me get a book out was the smartest thing I’ve ever done for marketing my business. Not only does it help build credibility and save us a ton of time in educating new clients on how we do things, he made the process of writing the book fun. I think clients are very proud to work with someone who has published a book, and they routinely give it to others that they think should work with us.”
Steve Morton
Financial Planner, Author, Ten Common Mistakes Retirees Make
“Writing a book with Michael Levin has been the single biggest accomplishment of my professional career and has elevated me to an elite status in my industry I couldn’t have reached so quickly without your help.”
TATE GROOME
CEO, COLTON GROOME & COMPANY

"From a very early age, perhaps the age of five or six, I knew that when I grew up I should be a writer. Between the ages of about seventeen and twenty-four I tried to abandon this idea, but I did so with the consciousness that I was outraging my true nature and that sooner or later I should have to settle down and write books."

George Orwell
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