Robin Colucci helps world-class experts write world changing books.
Her clients have been published by “Big 5” and other top publishing houses and others have self-published. Many have won awards, received outstanding book reviews, and/or become bestsellers on Amazon, USA Today, and The New York Times bestsellers lists.
Clients come to her for help to write a substantive book that supports their aims. Whether professionals, top scientists, CEOs, astronauts, Nobel laureates, or non-profit founders, Robin’s clients see that to write a book and get it published can help open doors to new opportunities, expand brand awareness, deepen brand loyalty, gain greater recognition and influence, and enhance credibility.
Robin has real-world publishing experience.
Her first job out of college was working with a New York Times bestselling author who mentored her for three years on what it takes to develop, pitch, write, publish, and promote a book. She helped research, write, and edit three books in three genres during her tenure, one fiction, one academic text, and one mass-market nonfiction book.
Just before becoming a book writing coach, Robin was an acquisitions editor for an independent publishing house. Put in charge of selecting works for publication, Robin realized that subject-matter experts need help to move their book projects from start to finish.
Before that she worked as journalist, reporting for a mid-sized metropolitan newspaper, and has researched and/or written freelance articles for The Washington Post, The New York Times Magazine, and Newsweek.
Robin is a member of the Forbes Business Council. She has a BA in Journalism from George Washington University and studied Spiritual Psychology at University of Santa Monica. Her book: How to Write a Book that Sells You: Increase Your Credibility, Income, and Impact, is available on Amazon.
Specialties: Book writing coaching. Concept development. Manuscript critique. Ghostwriting. Literary agent matchmaking. Book proposals and manuscripts for health/fitness/medical/nutrition, science, personal development, environmental, political, tech, business books, and memoir.