There are thousands of good writers out there, so why hire me?
I have an extensive background in publishing (both book and magazine) so understand the process from the ground up - I innately know what makes something readable, what entices the reader to enter your world and react positively.
"Very good writer with loads of great ideas, excellent research skills, and a delightful sense of humour. Mike is a pleasure to work with. Carolyn Camillieri (Editor and Writer).
“I’ve always thoroughly enjoyed working with you. You just seem to “get” the relationship thing, and how beneficial loyalty can be to all parties. Also your openness, honesty and transparency virtues serve you well.” Gerhard Aichelberger (Printsmith Group)
"Mike is an excellent "people manager" and has dynamic ideas. Not only that, his sense of humor and true interest in people make him a creative thinker who can "move" ideas to finished products very smoothly and efficiently." Robert McCammon (New York Times bestselling author).
"Mike is great. He is always positive, open to new ideas, writes well, and is also a very good speaker." Georgina Camilliery (Publisher, Page One Publishing).
"Mike’s experience as a writer both on and offline is second to none." John Espley (Director of Marketing and Communications, Accent Inns).
I am a member of the Association of Ghostwriters and have ghostwritten numerous books. I can help you with every aspect of bringing your book to market, from conceptualization and research, to writing and editing.
If your website doesn't have a blog, then it probably needs one. If you have a blog, but your last post was more than 14-days ago, you need the services of a ghostblogger - lets talk!
Comment from New York Times bestselling author Robert McCammon for Mike Wicks' book Fire From The Sky: Diary Over Japan
As an avid reader of military history, I found [Mike's book] Fire From The Sky: A Diary Over Japan to be both a treasure-trove of information and a stirring--and often startling--look at the air war over Japan in World War II. What comes across in this book is not only the dedication and heroism of a B-29 bomber crew, but also the harrowing circumstances of life and death in the air. Truly a remarkable book, told by a remarkable Everyman who found himself with a job to do that now, in the light of the passage of time, seems like an incredible and mind-boggling achievement. This book richly deserves its Silver Medal Award.