Ed Robertson is a versatile, reliable award-winning writer, editor and book doctor who divides his time between ghostwriting and collaborative editing for print media, and creating, producing and distributing audio content for broadcast and other media.
In the world of print media, Ed has a proven track record for delivering dynamic, marketable content for book and magazine publishers, literary agents, leading companies and executives, radio broadcasters, and individual authors. His published works as an author, editor or ghostwriter cover various genres (including memoirs, history, popular culture, narrative nonfiction, business/how-to, political commentary, and some fiction), while he has worked with a wide range of media outlets, from large publishing houses to Print on Demand companies. Equally adept at capturing the voice of male and female authors, Ed has worked with professionals from various industries, and is particularly drawn to stories about people who have overcome obstacles to achieve success in life and career.
Ed’s book collaborations include Voice of Reason by National Radio Hall of Fame nominee Ronn Owens; The Ethics of Star Trek, an engaging blend of pop culture and classic philosophy that he co-authored with Indiana State University professor Judith Barad; the memoirs Keep on Keeping On, Unfulfilled Dreams: The Story of a Father and a Son, Compromised: A True Story About Taking Back a Stolen Childhood and Once Upon a Time: Elvis and Anita; such business/how-to titles as The Perpetual Paycheck and The Next Step in Successful Selling; and The Case of the Alliterative Attorney, a behind-the-scenes history of the Perry Mason television series.