He is also an editorial and publishing consultant who helps individuals and institutions write and publish books of their own, often as a ghostwriter or book doctor, sometimes for major publishing houses such as Random House or Oxford University Press.
Tim has taught journalism reporting and law at major universities, including since 2006 at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York, where he is a visiting professor and writing coach.
He has also taught at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and NYU’s Carter Institute for Journalism, and is a frequent speaker at professional events for journalists.
He has served as an editorial consultant and writing coach for individual authors and for corporate clients such as Intel, Alcoa, Time Inc., Newsweek, Pfizer, Reuters, British Telecom, Brooklyn Brewery, Brown Publishing, Robert Marston Associates, the Steamboat Foundation and a number of Wall Street institutions.
Tim has helped hundreds of first-time authors get their books in print: biography, autobiography, corporate history, tribute books, novels and more. He can serve as a book coach to help you write and publish your novel or your personal, family or business history. If you need a writer or ghostwriter or book doctor, if you need a collaborator for a “with” or “as told to” book, if you have a story to tell, or if you’re looking for a speaker, please get in touch.
Projects for clients include books on how to be a whistleblower, basic investing for military personnel, international human rights, family law, the history of the Indus River Valley, a harrowing cross-country trip flying an antique biplane, linebacker leadership from a former Notre Dame player who went on to a marvelous business career, and the biography of a health-care tycoon who went on to become one of America’s leading philanthropists and art patrons.
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