Levin will work with CEOs and business leaders to bring their personal success stories and business philosophies to life.
(Vocus/PRWEB) March 01, 2011
New York Times best-selling author Michael Levin has joined forces with Brown Books Publishing Group as Editor-at-Large of new business book division. Levin has written, co-written or ghostwritten more than ninety books, including seven national best sellers. A number of his published works have been optioned for film or TV by Steven Soderbergh/Paramount, HBO/Darren Star, Disney and others.
Teaming up with Brown Books, Levin will work with CEOs and business leaders to bring their personal success stories and business philosophies to life. He will lend his writing expertise to select authors' projects with editing, coaching and ghostwriting services.
Levin's partnership with Brown Books is in direct response to the increasing demand from professionals coming to Brown with an idea for a book to enhance their business brand in the current sluggish economy.
Some of Levin's published titles include Giants with Pat Summerall of the New York Giants; Rules of Engagement with Chad Hennings, three-time Super Bowl winner with the Dallas Cowboys; Where's My Fifteen Minutes? How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Media Age with famed Hollywood publicist Howard Bragman;The Sticking Point with Jay Abraham, America's leading marketing guru; and Making Jack Falcone with Joaquin Garcia, the true story of the FBI agent who infiltrated the Mafia.
The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, New Yorker, Washington Post, People Magazine, Publishers Weekly, Library Journaland many other leading review publications have all sung the praises of Levin's books.
In addition to writing, Levin is a seasoned speaker, having presented seminars on creativity for the NBC and WB Television Networks and as a faculty member at UCLA and New York University. He also speaks on topics targeted to those interested in learning more about the publishing industry, including:
- How Books Really Happen The Truth about Publishing from A (for Agent) to T (for Trade Publishing)
- Is Ghostwriting Legit? Publishing's Not-So-Little Secret: Why Authors Never Write Their Own Books Any More
- Fortune, Fame, Freedom, Referrals and Fun The Five Reasons Why You Should Have a Book
For further information contact Michael Levin at publishing(at)brownbooks(dot)com.