Back in the day, the ghostwriting and developmental editing of nonfiction books was a different universe than it is today. Technology brought the Internet, ebooks, blogs, websites, and the democratization of information (more or less).
I started my career by writing and editing nonfiction books–the kind that involved large advances and first came out in hardcover a year after the date of submission to the publisher.
Though I’m sure that scenario is still a reality for some writers, both authors and audiences simply no longer want to wait that long for their next book to hit the market. And some parts of the audience don’t even want to buy physical books anymore.
These days, I develop ebooks and various other collections of words currently referred to as content. This includes grant writing and other funding proposals. And I have a large network of writers I can refer you to for the perfect match for your project.
Feel free to contact me at email@example.com and put writing in the subject line.